Conveyancing Advice

What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing involves the legal transfer from the seller to the buyer.
In Law it is the transfer of the legal title from one to another.
A system of conveyancing is usually designed to ensure that the buyer secures title to the land together with all the rights that run with it.

Who is it done by?
Conveyancing is usually doen by a solicitor or a licensed conveyancer.
The conveyancing market is highly competitive with a vast number of firms offering a similar service and prices can vary vastly.
Your estate agent may recommend you a conveyancer but this can be more expensive as it tends to be commission based.

What does it involve?
Your solicitor or licensed conveyancer will:
– Carry out property searches which include local authority searches, water authority searches, flood risk, checking the title register, environmental search, chancel repair search etc.
– Conveyancing for your Mortgage.
– Signing of contracts.
– Exchange of contracts.
– Will carry out completion. This means the conveyancing is complete.

In addition your solicitor or licensed conveyancer will pay stamp duty on your behalf. They will also send legal documents after they have been sent to the land registry.

Why compare quotes?
With our solicitors and licensed conveyancers you can rest assure they are regulated and competitively priced.
We aim to save you money and at the same time not compromise on service.