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We know how stressful and expensive moving home can be and we are here to help your next move go smoothly by providing you with a free, instant conveyancing quote.

 

All our quotes are fixed fee meaning that all of your legal fees are included. We also offer a ‘No Move, No Legal Fee’ guarantee so if for any reason your property transaction falls through there is no charge for legal fees.

Whether you’re selling or buying a property, we can provide you with an online conveyancing quote from specialist property legal experts and licensed conveyancing solicitors who are dedicated to providing you with a fast, smooth and cost effective conveyancing transaction.

What is conveyancing?

We define conveyancing as the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The key stages are exchange of contracts when everyone knows the transaction will proceed and completion when everyone moves.

There is a lot of legal and administrative work to do before we can exchange contracts and complete.  While the conveyancing process is fairly similar for each transaction, each transaction will be different. So while all the conveyancing solicitors in the chain carry out those legal and administrative checks,  it can be quite stressful.

What does a conveyancing solicitor do?

Your conveyancer will carry out a range of administrative and legal work to help your house purchase go smoothly. Their responsibilities include: 

  • Checking the house title and organising searches for the property

  • Understanding your requirements and timescales

  • Working with the seller’s solicitors to progress the transaction

  • Making enquiries on the buyer’s behalf to iron out any outstanding issues

  • Checking the mortgage offer and dealing with special conditions

  • Reporting to you and providing key information and documents

  • Arranging dates for exchange of contracts and completion

  • Preparing for completion

  • Preparing a financial statement so you know what funds your conveyancer needs for exchange and completion

  • Submitting a tax return and transferring funds for the required stamp duty

  • Registering your ownership with the land registry

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