At reallymoving.com we aim to help our customers at every stage of the buying and selling process. Read our extensive library of conveyancing guides for advice and knowledge every step of the way.
Find out about the implications of the Mortgage Market Review and how it may affect your eligibility for a mortgage.
Need to find a conveyancing solicitor in London? We give you guidance on what to look for when searching for a conveyancing solicitor in London, including feedback from our users
'Disbursements' are the extra costs that your solicitor will need to pass on to you at the end of the buying or selling process.
All homeowners looking to move will have to undertake conveyancing, the legal and administrative work associated with buying and selling a house....
Getting in touch with a property solicitor and sorting out conveyancing for your house sale or purchase can be daunting for many homeowners. We list 4 questions you should ask.
Information and calculators to work out your Stamp Duty requirements.
reallymoving.com discusses what exactly a listed property is and what the implications are when buying a listed building.
Confused between freehold and leasehold options? We give a brief run down on the differences and what this means to you as a buyer.
For many home movers conveyancing is a grey area. There are numerous conveyancing myths which confuse people when buying and selling a house.
Check out how much your property lawyer is paying for your business. Their referral fee will probably be added to your fee!
Confused about who to choose to manage your conveyancing?
reallymoving.com describes the remit of the Solicitors Regulation Authority & the framework solicitors must always adhere to.
reallymoving.com explains the necessity of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers to regulate the work of UK property lawyers.
Improve your understanding of conveyancing & solicitor fees to avoid any last-minute financial hitches with your house move.
Let reallymoving.com help you understand the concept of a no sale-no fee agreement with your property lawyer.
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