Conveyancing is the legal process that goes on in the background after you agree a sale on your property.
The main stages of the conveyancing process are set-up, waiting for searches, raising and replying to enquiries, and coordinating things for completion day. Sounds simple enough...
However this process can drag on for months if not well-managed or if you run into complications. Picking a good solicitor is key, along with being prepared and proactive throughout your sale.
If you have questions about conveyancing fees, timescales or even what the conveyancing process is, this guide will help you.
Buying property is a pricey thing to do at the best of times, and having to pay Stamp Duty too certainly doesn't help! But what is Stamp Duty? And how much is it? When do you pay it, and how do you pay it? Is there any way to avoid paying stamp duty? We've covered all that for you here in our handy guide. Read on for more.
Selling a property is not only stressful, it tends to be an expensive process. You’ve got the cost of using agents, solicitors and removal services, and if you’re buying a new property that will set you back too. So let us present you with some tips to help you keep more cash in your pocket.