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Amorys has a large residential conveyancing department and has acted for clients buying and selling their homes or buy-to-let properties in Sandyford and the surrounding south Dublin area for in excess of 30 years.   We advise on all aspects of a residential conveyancing transaction from the moment when heads of terms are received from the estate agent to when client’s interests are registered in the Property Registration Authority and either your title deeds are handed back to you or your lending institution.

We also have a wealth of experience dealing with banks in relation to re-mortgaging properties and title rectification issues.

We pride ourselves on offering excellent personal service at some of the most competitive rates in the Sandyford and wider Dublin area. Contact us now for an estimate of our fees and outlay in the purchase or sale of your home or property.

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