Conveyancing Quotes


Fixed Fee & No Obligation Residential & Commercial Conveyancing Quotes

Purchase and/or Sale Conveyancing Quote

Purchase*

If you’ve found your dream home you’ll need a house buying solicitor to do the legal conveyancing work. As soon as your offer is accepted the estate agent will want to know which conveyancing solicitor you have instructed. It’s important to get organised quickly as the legal process takes a minimum of 6-8 weeks and sometimes longer. You are advised to have searches done on the property and these can take anywhere between a few days and a number of weeks and are dependent on the speed of the local authority.

Here at Conveyancing Expert we provide quick and simple online quote so you know exactly the fees and disbursements you can expect to pay when buying a new home. Get your no obligation quote today.

Note * Please note that this has stamp duty implications.

Purchase and/or Sale Conveyancing Quote

Sale

You’ve accepted an offer on your home and now your estate agent wants to know which conveyancer you have instructed. Instructing us early in the process can help you get moving quicker. The legal aspects of selling a property is complicated with lots of legal work to be undertaken, getting organised early helps speed the process along.

We can provide a fast no obligation quote for the sale of your property online now. See exactly the fees and disbursements you will pay, with no hidden fees.

Purchase and/or Sale Conveyancing Quote

Sale & Purchase*

For a smooth move from your old to your new home appoint Conveyancing Expert to undertake the conveyancing on both the sale of your old property and purchase of your new one.

Buying and selling is an exciting time but if you have emotional ties it can be quite a challenge. Our team are sensitive and respectful and will allay any worries or fears you have as well as support you through what may be a stressful time. In addition to dedicated support you can be sure of a competitive quote for your sale and purchase.

Note * Please note that this has stamp duty implications.

Remortgage Conveyancing Quote

Remortgage

A re-mortgage is the process of paying off one mortgage with the proceeds from a new mortgage using the same property as security. There are many reasons why you might be thinking of re-mortgaging but the main reason is likely to be to save or raise money.

A re-mortgage involves a certain amount of legal work and that is where our expert conveyancing comes in. Whatever your reason for re-mortgaging we will be with you every step of the way, representing your needs and making sure you get the very best deal possible.

Choose us to handle your re-mortgage and you will have complete confidence that your solicitor can act for your lender and there will be no such delays.

Transfer of Equity Quote

Transfer of Equity

A transfer of equity is the addition or removal of a person to or from the deeds of a property. This could be creating a co-owner, taking someone's name off the deeds, or transferring it to another person all together.

The most popular reason someone might want a transfer of equity (stamp duty may apply) is due to separation, divorce, or leaving a property. There are a number of other situations in which you might transfer equity, for example, if you have married/moved in and want to co-own the property, or if you want to transfer ownership/part-ownership of the property to a child or family member. We can also advise you on other aspects of transfer of equity such as stamp duty.

A transfer of equity can be fairly straight forward and the conveyancing can be low cost, as long the terms and conditions are clear between the parties involved. Let one of our expert conveyancers help you complete a transfer of equity seamlessly by filling out all the required information on the next page.

Commercial Properties Lease Conveyancing Quote

Commercial Properties Lease

A good commercial property lawyer (solicitor) is the person best placed to review and negotiate a commercial property lease on your behalf. Even when heads of terms have been agreed, there is a lot that a good commercial property solicitor will do for you when acting for you.

We have extensive experience in working on behalf of landlords and tenants in the public, private and charitable sector, who own and occupy a diverse range of commercial properties. Our team often draft and reviews leases that vary in complexity.

We can help with:

  • Drafting and negotiating agreements for lease and leases
  • Advice on and drafting of deeds of assignment and licences to sub-let, underlet and alter
  • Rent deposit deeds
  • Rent reviews
  • Service charges
  • Lease renewals
  • Lease variations
  • Termination of leases
  • Remedies for landlords and tenants around obligation difficulties
  • Break clauses
  • Rights of preemption
Ensuring you have the correct advice is essential. Conveyancing Expert are experienced and knowledgeable in all areas of commercial property law.