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Using our conveyancing fees calculator, you can find a conveyancing solicitor to help you with your move. We offer all inclusive fixed fee conveyancing quotes, direct from UK regulated solicitors and licensed conveyancers. Simply enter a few details into the conveyancing quote calculator below to instantly compare conveyancing fees and save yourself time and money when searching for a property solicitor.
Finding a Conveyancing Solicitor
When you have an offer accepted on a house you will immediately be asked for the contact details of your conveyancing solicitor. Your solicitor or conveyancer will handle all legal aspects of the transfer of ownership of the property and will handle important aspects such as contract handling, giving legal advice, carrying out searches, dealing with Land Registry and is also responsible for transferring the funds to pay for the property.
It is for this reason it is important that you find the right conveyancing solicitor to work for YOU. Whether you are buying, selling or remortgaging a property, you want a conveyancing expert that can handle your residential conveyancing in a timely and efficient manner. Before you decide to instruct a solicitor ask yourself what is important to you:
- Communication - Find a solicitor that you can communicate with. Nobody is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, but can you contact your solicitor? Do they return your calls? Can you communicate openly with your conveyancing solicitor.
- Speed & Efficiency - Find a solicitor that is going to get you to exchange as quickly and efficiently as possible, with your best interests and timelines taken into consideration
- Price - Find a solicitor that is reasonably priced for the service and quality they are providing. Do you want cheap conveyancing, but you are quite prepared to maybe sacrifice some quality and communication? Or pay a fair and reasonable price for your conveyancing, but maintain good communication and quality conveyancing standards.
- Service & Quality - Find a solicitor with a good reputation and good feeedback on their service. Research the firm of solicitor or licensed conveyancers online. Read other people's opinions on their service and their quality. Make an informed decision based on the facts
Your solicitor or conveyancer should ensure that you have all the information on how much the process will cost including charges for stamp duty (only applicable on properties over £125,000), bank transfer fees, land registry fees, disbursements and the cost of any additional work to complete your conveyancing transaction.
Not enough time to Find a Conveyancing Solicitor?
If you are busy, then why not let our experienced conveyancing advice team help you find the right conveyancing solicitor for your move. Give them a call on 0330 043 1202. Provide them with a few details about your transaction and they will compare the conveyancing market for you and find your the best solicitor to handle your move.