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Compare Sales Conveyancers
You should compare sales conveyancers to make sure that you are getting the best price. Our comparison website is easy to use and will show you valuable feedback on every conveyancer. Once armed with this information you can make an informed decision on which one to choose.
Our panel of house conveyancing firms and property solicitors are all top in the field of property transactions. They can provide expert assistance to help with the purchase and selling of a home. We also have conveyancers who cover re-mortgage and equity transfer services. We can help no matter where you live in the UK or where the property is located.
Our aim is to help you find a company that will make your property transaction run as smoothly as possible. Buying and selling a house can be a stressful experience and we want to help elevate some of this. We also aim to save you money at a time which is going to be one of the most expensive of your lifetime.
All of our property solicitors and conveyancers are fully qualified and verified. They are all part of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This is a regulatory body which regulate the conveyancing sector.
Why Use House Conveyancing Services
Three reason you should use our services are:
- Save money and time.
- Fixed transparent prices with “no sale, no fee”.
- Fantastic service with an easy to use comparison website.
Our comparison website is designed to make finding a quote simple and easy. We are certain that you will get the best possible prices for conveyancing work. You home is your most precious possession that is why you should use an expert. This way you will not come into any problems and it will make the whole process a pleasurable one.
You will be presented with a wide array of conveyancers once you submit your information. Our panel of property solicitors is second to none and you will be able to pick the one best suited to you. If you prefer to deal with a local solicitor or want a cheaper nationwide one, you will find it with our comparison tool. Do not be fooled by estate agents or property developers forcing their conveyancing firms on you. Most of the time they are being paid a referral fees for this and are not advising in the best interests of the client. Also, you could encounter a conflict of interest if the conveyancer is friends with the selling agent.
Fixed Price “No Sale, No Fee” Conveyancing
All our conveyancer charge a fixed price which is on a “no sale, no fee” basis. That means that you will know exactly the amount it will cost from the outset. If the transaction were to no go ahead for any reason you would not have to pay the fee. You will however have to pay the disbursements which are for things which the solicitor has had to pay out for. These can include things such as searches and surveys. By using this form of fee it gives a huge incentive to the conveyancing firm to ensure that it is a successful transaction.
Sales Conveyancing Process
When you are selling a house there is less of an issue with administration when compared to purchasing one. You will need to hire a conveyancer to carry out this complex work for you. It is possible to do the work yourself but any problems may come back and haunt you. The whole process can take on average 1 to 4 months. That is why it is important to get organized before you put your house on the market. You can instruct a solicitor before you market your home and this way they can start getting the documentation needed together. There will not be a charge for this and it will mean that they can create the contract needed to sell the property. The main thing which delays a property transaction is the administrative process.
The Process of Selling a House
When you are selling a house the administration duties are less than when purchasing. A sales conveyancer will have to carry out the tasks below in order to complete the transaction:
Sales Contract: The seller’s solicitor will exchange details and particulars to the buyer’s solicitor relating to the sale.
Title Deed: The deeds of the property will have to be obtained and sent to the lender. This is returned to the seller’s conveyancer at a later date.
Property Information Form: This has all of the information which the draft contact contains. The buyer’s property solicitor and you have to check and approve the details.
Questions and Answers: The seller’s solicitor will receive questions on the property regarding information on utilities, tenure and what is included in the transaction etc. The length of time the sale takes depends on the amount of enquiries and information needed to be sent off for. Once both parties are happy with all the answers to the questions the process can move onto the next stage.
Draft Contact: If you instructed your solicitor early enough they should have completed this in advance to the sale. This type of contact is not standard and is likely to be altered prior to signing. This contact is split into two parts:
- Sales Particulars: Details of exactly what and what is not included in the price of the sale.
- Conditions of Sale: Details of amount of deposit needed on exchange and expected completion date.
Once the deeds for the title have been returned by the lender the draft contact can then be sent to the purchaser’s solicitor. When the solicitors have agreed a completion date along with the terms and conditions you will be sent a copy to approve. If you are happy with this the contacts are created and you will have to sign it.
Signing Contracts: Once you have signed the contact it will need to be returned to your solicitor. The Transaction becomes legally binding once contact are exchanged.
Exchange of Contact: Once you have exchanged contacts you are locked into the deal legally. Once both parties have signed the contact and solicitors are in possession of them it is completed.
Deposit: Your conveyancing solicitor will receive the deposit for exchange to take place.
Money Transfer: The mortgage lender for the buyer will release the funds to the seller’s solicitor. This will take place electronically on the day of completion.
Deed Transfer: Once the deeds have been transferred into the buyer’s name you are not the owner of the property anymore.