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Buying a house can be both exciting and daunting. We can assist you through the buying process and take some of the load off your mind.

We complete the searches on the property, check the legal rights and any burdens that come with the property. We ensure no stone is left unturned and guide you through the process.

Once you have found the house you want to buy and your offer is agreed and accepted, it is time to instruct a solicitor to deal with all the legalities. The Conveyancing Solicitor will handle the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property, this includes submitting local searches with the relevant authorities to determine if anything might affect the costs or your enjoyment of your home.

They’ll also conduct further enquiries to determine property boundaries, rights of access and whether any disputes are presently ongoing, correspond with the seller’s Solicitor, apply to the Land Registry to record transfer of ownership and handle any other legal issues that require addressing.

The Conveyancer’s job is to protect your interests throughout the whole house buying process. We are transparent through the process and provide you with a detailed breakdown from the beginning. We ensure you are supported at all times through the conveyancing process.


Whether you are selling your home and purchasing another property, selling a probate or moving abroad, once you have accepted an offer, it is time to instruct a conveyancing solicitor.

Your conveyancing solicitor will take care of the necessary paperwork and liaise with the buyers solicitors. They will prepare the draft contract and liaise with the buyers solicitors. They will ensure all the pre-contract enquiries are dealt with promptly and there is an early exchange of information.

Your Conveyancing Solicitor will ask for instructions to exchange contracts and an agreement of the proposed completion date, which is when you move.

On completion day, your solicitor will notify you the property has now been sold and the keys should be handed over. Your solicitor will redeem the existing mortgage on the account and pay the estate agents.

Following completion the buyers solicitors will deal with the registration of the new ownership. Your conveyancing solicitor will deal with all the formalities and ensure the process is as smooth as possible whilst ensuring your interests are protect.

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Conveyancing Pricing

Please contact our offices to discuss your conveyancing matter and we will provide a free no-obligation quote.

Our fees assume that:

  • This is a standard transaction and that no unforeseen matters arise including for example (but not limited to) a defect in title which requires remedying prior to completion or the preparation of additional documents ancillary to the main transaction
  • This is the assignment of an existing lease and is not the grant of a new lease
  • The transaction is concluded in a timely manner and no unforeseen complications arise
  • All parties to the transaction are co-operative and there is no unreasonable delay from third parties providing documentation No indemnity policies are required.


Additional disbursements may apply if indemnity policies are required

  • There is no agricultural land included in the mortgage
  • There are no special features such as overage/clawback or the land being subject to unfulfilled planning obligations
  • The property is being mortgaged with vacant possession and there are no third parties in occupation
    The lender does not require separate representation
  • The title is a single registered title
  • The borrowing is from a mainstream lender
  • There is no agricultural land included in the mortgage​