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We provide instant conveyancing quotes from up to 4 expert solicitors or Licensed Conveyancers who can organise the conveyancing for buying, selling or remortgaging your property.

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The price was relatively low compared to other quotes obtained. The solicitors always answered the phone when we needed to contact him and the process of remortgage went fairly smoothly and on time.

Hayley on 10/06/2024

We provide homeowners with cost-effective conveyancing solicitors quotes emailed direct to you in seconds.

Conveyancing is the legal work associated with buying and selling a house. It is an extremely important aspect of the moving process.

Conveyancing solicitors usually cost between £400 and £1500 including searches.

However, the costs vary depending on the price of the property and the solicitor involved.

Compare conveyancing quotes to get the best prices and make sure the costs are broken down so you can see how your money will be used. Let us help you ensure it goes as smoothly as possible with a reliable and competitive conveyancing quote from property solicitors or licensed conveyancer experienced in providing conveyancing services.

How do you get conveyancing quotes?

To get conveyancing quotes, you can use our quote form above to get a comparison of different quotes. You can also ask for recommendations, or directly contact UK conveyancing firms for a detailed quote based on your specific needs.

How can I reduce my solicitors' fees?

To reduce solicitors' fees you should compare quotes, ensure all paperwork is in order, and consider a fixed-fee service to avoid unexpected costs.

Do conveyancing solicitors charge if the sale falls through?

This depends on the solicitor's terms. Some offer a 'no sale, no fee' service, while others may charge for the work done up to that point. 

Can I do my own conveyancing?

Yes, you can do your own conveyancing, but it's risky. Conveyancing involves complex legal work, and a mistake could be costly.

Is it better to use a solicitor or conveyancer?

The choice between a solicitor or conveyancer depends on your personal needs. Solicitors can handle more complex legal issues, while conveyancers specialise in property transactions. 

What takes the longest in conveyancing?

The searches and enquiries stage usually takes the longest in conveyancing, as it relies on external parties and thorough legal checks.

What is the quickest conveyancing can be done?

The quickest conveyancing can be done in around 8 weeks, but this is rare and depends on the simplicity of the transaction and the efficiency of all parties involved. You can compare the time it takes by getting quotes using our form above. 

*Average saving was calculated using customer feedback collected from Jan 2021 - May 2023.

Our Solicitors practising in England & Wales are required to comply with regulations regarding Referrals, introductions and separate businesses, sections 5.1-5.3 of the SRA Standards and Regulations, and our Licensed Conveyancers with the CLC's Disclosure of Profits and Advantage Code. Solicitors practising in Scotland are required to comply with the Law Society of Scotland Practice Rules 2011; and all our solicitors practicing in Northern Ireland must adhere to the Solicitors Practice Regulations, as amended in 2018. We only work with professional and experienced conveyancing solicitors, who may contact you directly. We quote the conveyancers' fees along with any disbursements, expenses and Stamp Duty/ LBTT / LTT which may apply to your transaction.

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