Compare Fixed Fee Residential Conveyancing Quotes Directly from Property Solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers
It is important that when you are looking for a solicitor to help you with your residential conveyancing, that they offer you a fixed fee quote. This way you can budget for your move and know the exact legal fees you will pay if you are selling your property, buying a property or remortgaging your property. A fixed fee quote is an all inclusive quote that is offered by a solicitor or conveyancer, without any hiddens extras or added charges that you need to know before choosing the right conveyancer for you.
Calculate and Compare Fixed Fee Conveyancing Quotes | Fixed Price Conveyancing so that YOU can Budget
Using our conveyancing fees calculator, you can obtain fixed fee quotes direct from solicitors and licensed conveyancers. Simply enter a few details about your property transaction above and within 3 simple steps you will be presented with a list of solicitors that can help you with your conveyancing requirements. All of the fees that you see are fixed cost, fixed price and are specially negotiated directly with the listed solicitors and conveyancers. You cannot obtain these prices by going direct and you will end up paying more for your conveyancing.
Hourly v Fixed Fee Conveyancing
It's very unusual these days to see solicitors or conveyancers undertaking conveyancing cases that operate on a per hour charge. Most of the time conveyancing is carried out on a fixed fee basis with charges being agreed before instrcution.
Cheap Fixed Fee Conveyancing Quotes - Beware of Hidden Extras
Quite often some firms will advertise that they offer cheap fixed fee conveyancing quotes, but be aware that this can sometimes be a very good selling technique to gain your interest. Quite often you will be presented with a very low legal fee or words to the effect of "Conveyancing from £99". Again please look into the details of this type of conveyancing quote and make sure that the quote is fully inclusive of all charges (legal fees, ID checks, searches, disbursements, land registry fees) and that the quote being offered is on a fixed fee basis. Along with your fixed fee quote, you will usually get a calculation for any stamp duty (SDLT) that will be due if buying a property.
No Sale - No Fee Conveyancing - Ask your Conveyancer if it's included in your Fixed Fee Conveyancing Price
Some of our solicitors and conveyancers will offer "no sale no fee" guarantees included in their legal fees. This means that if your property purchase or property sale were to fall through for whatever reason, that you won’t be liable for the legal fees and will only have to pay for third party costs which have already been incurred.
When you take away a quote from our network of solicitors, you can arrange a callback and discuss the fixed fee quote and to see if the solicitor offers you a no sale no fee guarantee included in the price.
Fixed Cost Conveyancing - Fix your Price with a Conveyancing Solicitor Online Now
All of the quotations that are displayed online using our conveyancing costs calculator, are fixed cost conveyancing quotes. This means that the price you see, is the price you pay. No hidden extras, No additional disbursements, No added extra charges and definitely no unexpected hidden conveyancing costs.
We have negotiated some excellent conveyancing fees with our nationwide panel of solicitors, so that we can provide you with a conveyancing expert that is fair on price, but still provides a great conveyancing service. With a fixed price conveyancing quote, you can budget for your move and calculate your total cost of moving more accurately. Our conveyancing quotes, will also calculate the amount of SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) that might be due to HMRC, when purchasing a property in England and Wales.