Conveyancing Explained

Conveyancing is the process of legally transferring home ownership from you, the seller, to the buyer. It starts from making an offer, and finishes when you hand over the keys to the buyer. Understanding it will help ensure you don’t suffer any nasty surprises.

Who does the conveyancing?

A solicitor or conveyancer usually conducts the conveyancing process.

We advise that our Vendors instruct solicitors as soon as we begin marketing the property. From our experience it saves valuable time and creates critical early momentum.

We have negotiated preferential terms and unique service standards with leading UK solicitors. Your dedicated conveyancing specialist will prepare your file for no initial fee. And...if the sale doesn’t complete they will not charge a penny - No Sale No Fee!

“By being ready at an early stage we have a valuable head start”


• No Initial Payment

• No Hidden Charges

• No Sale No Fee


* Leasehold properties have a £100 + vat supplement

* If required, electronic fund transfers are charged at £49 + vat

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