Free Online Conveyancing Quote Calculator
Our online conveyancing quote calculator will give you a quote for our legal fees. The conveyancing fees calculator will also give you an estimate of the other fees you’ll need to pay.
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Free Online Conveyancing Quote Calculator
Our Free online conveyancing fees calculator can help you to establish the conveyancing fees that will be involved if you are selling your property or buying a property. Here at AWH, we aim to provide all our clients with accurate and transparent quotes before you decide to get started. If you are happy with your online conveyancing quote, then you can instruct us, and our expert covnveyancing solicitors can begin.
What is conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the preparation of the documents and the legal processes that are involved in renting, selling and buying property. Whether you need to remortgage a property or are looking to buy or sell, then expert conveyancing solicitors and licensed conveyancers can help make the process as straightforward as possible.
Why do I need a conveyancing solicitor?
Conveyancing experts have a great deal of experience in the handling of legal documentation. There is always the risk of hidden costs or legal loopholes when you are having to complete a number of different processes, so it is helpful to get a professional to make things simple. This is the case whatever the value of your property.
How long does conveyancing take?
It is difficult to put an exact time frame on the conveyancing process, especially considering the fact that conveyancing includes a number of different scenarios, including selling a property and purchasing a property. For an example, the step-by-step process of a house purchase generally goes as follows:
Before the exchange
- You instruct us to act on your behalf and our property solicitors will get started.
- You make an offer on a property, and the seller will hopefully accept.
- If they accept, your solicitor will carry out all of the relevant searches on the property and contact the seller’s solicitor to request a draft contract and the other relevant documents.
- During this time, it is wise to organise the house survey and buildings insurance.
The Exchange of Contracts
- At this point, you and the seller both sign copies of the contract and agree to a completion date.
- The contracts are now exchanged. At this point the sale is legally binding and you must have buildings insurance in place.
- You pay an exchange deposit to the seller
- After the exchange, your solicitor will lodge an interest with the land registry.
- Your solicitor will receive mortgage funds from your lender and then, on completion day, your conveyancer transfers all outstanding money to the seller’s solicitor.
- Once the seller’s solicitor confirms the money has been received, the property is then yours.
After the sale
- Your solicitor will register the transfer of property with the Land Registry
- If you owe it, you will have 30 days to pay your stamp duty bill. Your solicitor will usually arrange this for you.
What is the solicitor fee for conveyancing?
There are a number of different variables that can have an impact on your conveyancing fees. These could be:
- The overall cost of your property
- The location of your property
- If you’re buying and selling at the same time
- The complexity of the property transaction
Our free conveyancing fees calculator works to calculate conveyancing quotes and give you an estimate of costs. A consultation with one of our experts will then confirm all definite conveyancing costs.
Buying and selling property doesn’t need to be over-complicated with legal paperwork. After using our free conveyancing quote calculator to calculating your conveyancing quote, get in touch with us today to receive expert help with all your property needs.
Alongside the expertise of an estate agent, our conveyancing solicitors can help you throughout the whole conveyancing process. We are regulated by solicitors regulation authority. Based in the Northwest, our specialists are especially well placed to help with property in Blackburn and Manchester, although we can help with regulated conveyancing all across England and Wales.Get in touch