Moving Advice : Conveyancing

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.

Moving Advice Articles

  • A guide to the conveyancing process of buy to let properties

    ‘Buy to let’ is a commonly used term to describe when you buy a property with the sole intention of renting it out.

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  • Average conveyancing costs

    If you are buying, selling or re-mortgaging your property and employ a conveyancing solicitor to act on your behalf you need to be aware of the average conveyancing costs involved. To help make the process easier reallymoving.com have provided a breakdown of the average conveyancing costs that you need to consider.

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  • Conveyancing fees

    Fees can quickly mount up when buying a house – from broker’s fees and mortgage arrangement fees to the costs of a survey – and it’s important as part of your financial planning to ensure that you understand how much you’re likely to have to fork out at each step of the home-buying process. Working out conveyancing fees can be particularly challenging, as many online conveyancers advertise headline rates that bear little relation to the final amount you have to pay.

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  • Online conveyancing

    If it’s your first time buying property, “conveyancing” is one of those jargon terms whose meaning may not be immediately obvious when you first come across it. Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring a property from one owner to another. In practical terms this procedure is carried out by a solicitor or licensed conveyancer – a property lawyer who, alongside the estate agent, the mortgage lender and the seller’s own solicitor, forms a vital part of the home-buying process.

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  • Solicitors fees explained when moving house

    Improve your understanding of conveyancing & solicitor fees to avoid any last-minute financial hitches with your house move.

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  • Difference between Licensed Conveyancers and Conveyancing Solicitors

    reallymoving.com provides a brief outline of the differences between Conveyancing Solicitors and Licensed Conveyancers.

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  • What is gazumping? Is it legal?

    If you’re looking to buy a new home – and particularly if you are a first-time buyer – you may be wondering what ‘gazumping’ is and if it’s even legal. Our guide will help you find out.

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  • What are Conveyancing Disbursements?

    'Disbursements' are the extra costs that your solicitor will need to pass on to you at the end of the buying or selling process.

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  • No Sale No Fee Conveyancing Explained

    Let reallymoving.com help you understand the concept of a no sale-no fee agreement with your property lawyer.

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  • Guide to conveyancing solicitors in Scotland

    If you are moving home in Scotland, we explain the role your property solicitor will take and give you advice on how to get the most out of the Scottish conveyancing process.

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  • Conveyancing Checklist for Buyers

    Improve your understanding of the conveyancing process & the tasks your property lawyer completes when buying a new home.

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  • Conveyancing in London

    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

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  • A Guide to Stamp Duty

    Information and calculators to work out your Stamp Duty requirements.

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  • Building regulations

    An overview to building regulations

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  • Buying a listed building

    reallymoving.com discusses what exactly a listed property is and what the implications are when buying a listed building.

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