Enter a few details about your sale, purchase or remortgage into our conveyancing fees calculator below. You will be presented with very competitive, fixed fee conveyancing quotes that you can take away, compare and consider in your own time.
After consideration you can instruct the Conveyancer to act for your property sale, purchase or remortgage. They will send out a Client Care starter pack to you. Please complete the questions and send this back with your ID. In the meantime discuss with the Conveyancer what is best for you in paying money on account so that they can progress with your transaction.
If you are buying a property your selling agent will send a memorandum of sale, The property information will confirm the full address, price agreed, and any additional information that was agreed with the purchase such as chattels e.g. the curtains to be included in the purchase price.
Your Conveyancer will request a contract pack from the seller's solicitors and will raise the appropriate enquires.
Your Conveyancer will now order the appropriate searches that they discussed with you when they went over the quote.
You should have received a mortgage offer from your lender. Please check that your Conveyancer has a copy.
If enquiries have been replied to and your conveyancer is satisfied that they can progress you can either pop in to sign some key documents or request that they are sent by post.
Transfer deed, Mortgage deed, completion statement, report on title and the all important Contract.
Your Conveyancer will discuss with you what deposit is required, when it is required and how it should be paid.
At this point your Conveyancer is ready to exchange contracts with the other sides Conveyancer / Solicitor. Before they do this they will discuss a completion date with you that either you are proposing or the other sides conveyancer is proposing.
Get ready to send your deposit monies to your Conveyancer client account – They will advise when!
Your Conveyancer will get your authority to exchange (Last chance to pull out) so take your time and check that you are making the right decision. Any balancing monies will be required before completion often received from your lender – The Conveyancer will check that the monies tally so that you can get to completion or indeed discuss any shortfall.
On the day of completion your Conveyancer transfers your funds to the other side’s solicitors.
Once completion takes place you will be able to collect the keys. This is often handled by the sellers sales agent.
Your Conveyancer will arrange for your Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to be paid to the UK Government. Currently properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that are more than £125,000 will attract a Stamp Duty Tax. You can check and calculate your Stamp Duty (SDLT) online here.