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Every year, our award-winning team of conveyancers carry out the legal work for thousands of people buying, selling or remortgaging a home - throughout the UK.

Are looking for a conveyancing solicitor that prioritises communication? Our service keeps homebuyers and sellers updated about their move in real-time.

We are open longer (evenings and weekends). We keep you in the loop with regular updates by phone, email, SMS and by post (as you prefer). You will have your conveyancing solicitor's phone number, and you can access your live file online whenever you want.

No matter where in the UK you live or are planning to buy a home, we have the expertise to make your move as stress-free as possible.

Communicative conveyancing matters

Proactive conveyancing solicitor communication is one of the most critical components of a less-stressful home move.

Conveyancing solicitor regulatory bodies are focused on improving communication in the conveyancing industry.

The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme promotes the need to maintain a high standard of communication.

The Council for Licenced Conveyancers (CLC) also addresses communication in their Consumer Service Charter.

Despite this, one quarter of conveyancing transactions fail to complete as a result of inefficient communication - according to the Conveyancing Association.

Keeping you informed

Our conveyancing service prioritises communication, and includes:

  • Direct contact details for your dedicated property solicitor
  • An interactive online file
  • Regular progress updates via smartphone, tablet and PC
  • Longer opening hours - Mon to Thurs 9am-8pm & Fri 9am-6pm
  • Weekend opening hours - Sat & Sun 10am-4pm

How can we help?

Buying a property

Although the long-standing legal principle of "caveat emptor" no longer strictly applies, buying a property still carries much more risk than selling. You will need an experienced, specialist conveyancing solicitor to investigate and advise you on all the legal issues that a property has, without compromising on speed or service.

Read our essential guide to buying a property in 2019

Selling a property

Speed and communication can be the difference between a swift property sale and losing your buyer. You need a conveyancing expert who responds promptly to the other side's enquiries and acts proactively to push the sale through to completion.

Read our essential guide to selling a property in 2019

Remortgaging

Whatever your circumstances, an fast and efficient property solicitor will get you onto your new rate as soon as possible. Avoid the delays associated with the overloaded remortgage providers suggested by lenders with an independent remortgage specialist.

Read our essential guide to remortgaging a property in 2019

Looking for specific advice?

Whether you need a conveyancing solicitor to handle the purchase of a listed building in Leicester, or need legal advice for selling a solar-powered Green Deal home in Bristol, we can help.

Our local guides help you find out more about conveyancing in the area, including the local quirks and potential pitfalls your conveyancing solicitor must consider.

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Conveyancing tips and guides

The conveyancing process can often be frustrating and confusing for first-time buyers. Even comparing conveyancing solicitor quotes can be challenging.

Even experienced buyers and sellers can find themselves in unfamiliar territory when faced with a flying freehold, a short lease, or a decision to buy 'off plan'.

There are many issues facing homebuyers and vendors that could jepoardise a property transaction. Find detailed advice and helpful tips in our conveyancing advice section.

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Freehold or Leasehold?

Freehold

Freehold is when you own the property and the land on which it is built. You will not have a landlord or pay any service charges. Houses are usually freehold.

Leasehold

Leasehold typically applies to flats. You will have a defined lease term (e.g. 99 years) and will probably pay service charges and ground rent to a landlord or freeholder.

What if there is a share of freehold?

When you own a share of the freehold, there will still be a lease but you will also own a share in the freehold. If the property is 'share of freehold' please select 'Leasehold'.

Still not sure?

If you are not sure, please select 'Freehold'. Your solicitor will let you know all about the property tenure during the conveyancing process.

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Be careful if you are buying a new or relatively new house

Over the past few years, developers have built many leasehold houses. If in doubt please select 'Freehold' or call us.

Freehold

Freehold is when you own the property and the land on which it is built. You will not have a landlord or pay any service charges. Houses are usually freehold.

Leasehold

Leasehold typically applies to flats. You will have a defined lease term (e.g. 99 years) and will probably pay service charges and ground rent to a landlord or freeholder.

What if there is a share of freehold?

When you own a share of the freehold, there will still be a lease but you will also own a share in the freehold. If the property is 'share of freehold' please select 'Leasehold'.

Still not sure?

If you are not sure, please select 'Freehold'. Your solicitor will let you know all about the property tenure during the conveyancing process.

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Always choose an independent solicitor

An independent conveyancer (i.e. not the developer's solicitor) will not be pressured to act in the interests of the developer.

If you are buying a property that has not yet been built, or you will be the first owner of a newly-built property, please select 'Yes'.

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First-time buyers

First-time buyers no longer pay any Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) when buying a property for up to £300,000.

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Additional residential property

Additional residential properties, such as 'buy to let' properties and second homes, are subject to an additional 3% stamp duty land tax. This will be calculated and reflected in your quote.

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