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Conveyancing process (legal services) Property sale Solicitors fees
Do you know what your UK conveyancing fees for selling a house are? You can choose a local Licensed Conveyancer or local Property Conveyancing Solicitor when you want to sell your home or buy to let property. It's worth comparing the conveyancing costs, Solicitors fees for your property sale transaction with other Property Lawyers selling costs online. You can do that using the Homebuyer Conveyancing quote calculator. We help you to move. Save money fast and time using our price comparison service. No hidden fees.
You need to be aware of hidden costs that some companies suddenly advise after the event. Conveyancing Solicitors that quote the legal fees only do so for a reason. Disbursements add up and can literally add £500 onto your legal fees! Our selling Conveyancing quotes are fully inclusive.
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You should aim to get a Local Conveyancing Solicitor that can also act for you when you buy your next home. When a Property Lawyer manages both property transactions, sale and purchase, then you can often negotiate a saving. Our quotes are detailed and we ensure that you get a call from the Conveyancing Solicitor before you instruct. This gives you peace of mind that the quote represents what you need to ensure that you become the legal owner of the property or indeed that a home that you have sold is no longer yours. You may wish to read our quick guide to finding a sale Conveyancer
Our sale conveyancing fees calculator, quote comparison system aims to tell you clearly what the costs are when selling a house. We do not use average legal fee costs. Our Solicitors are more than happy to explain the costs involved in the selling home process and the home buying process. Choosing a local Conveyancer helps you to discuss issues face to face if required and that any papers that need signed can be actioned promptly.
Cheap Conveyancing sounds good but we would ask that you consider the phrase 'you get what you pay for'. We want your home to sell easily and we want your chosen new house to become your home. Use the online best comparison conveyancing fees calculator below to help you find your sale Conveyancer.
The Home selling process
Once you have accepted an offer on your home you instruct a solicitor to act for you.
They will ask for 2 forms of identification.
A Property Information Form which is where you detail about your home, and an additional form detailing your fixtures and fittings that are included in the offer.
1. Prepare and Send Pre-Contract Package
The instructed Conveyancing Solicitor sends a contract package to your buyer's solicitors, which includes:
- The Land Registry Title
- Your contract for the sale of the property
- Your completed Property Information Form (PIF)
- Your completed Fittings and Contents Form (F&C)
2. Obtain a Mortgage Redemption Statement
The instructed Conveyancing Solicitor will contact your mortgage lender requesting any title deeds and a redemption statement.
3. Answer Enquiries
The buyer's Conveyancing Solicitors will review the contract package and the instructed solicitor will answer any enquiries.
4. Sign Sale Documents
The instructed Conveyancing Solicitor will arrange for you to sign the sale documents.
5. Exchange Contracts
The instructed Conveyancing Solicitor will contact the buyer's Solicitor to exchange contracts, confirming that both you and the buyer have signed and dated the contract. At this stage, you and the buyer are legally bound to the completion date. Signed contracts are then exchanged by post and the buyer's deposit is received from their solicitor.
6. Prepare for Completion
The instructed Conveyancing Solicitor will obtain a final redemption statement from your mortgage lender and details of your estate agents' commission.
The full purchase price (minus any deposit already paid) is received by your instructed solicitor on the day of completion, and the new owners can move in.
The instructed solicitor redeems your mortgage, pay sale costs, and the remaining balance is sent to you.
8. Post Completion Matters
Post-completion formalities is handled by your instructed solicitor.
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