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123 Convey make it easy to find a local, reputable conveyancing solicitor or conveyancer at the best possible price. Use our comparison tool to compare conveyancing solicitors and save yourself money in the process.

How 123 Convey Helps you find a Conveyancer

We have built a nationwide network of expert property solicitors who will be able to help you with all of your residential property needs from a legal perspective. All of the solicitors, lawyers and conveyancers within our network are regulated by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) to give you the peace of mind that your house buying, selling or buying and selling process is being handled by an authority in the field. Our goal is to save you the time and stress of finding a reputable conveyancer whilst also saving you money in the process by providing you with conveyancing quotes for you to be able to compare and make up your own mind.

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How much Should a Conveyancing Solicitor Cost?

The legal fees for a conveyancing solicitor will vary on a case by case basis. There are many factors which may have an impact on the overall cost of your solicitor fees including location, final house price, the number of disbursements required the complexity of the case and whether the solicitor is required for a purchase, a sale, a sale and purchase or a remortgage. The legal fees a solicitor charges is where you may be able to save some money as these vary from solicitor to solicitor and can range from £850-£1,500 including VAT. When considering costs you should also consider the additional stamp duty costs and the costs of moving house, as these can also be significant.

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What will my Conveyancer do?

A conveyancing professional will take care of all of the important legal and administrative work to help ensure you house purchase, sale or remortgage goes as smoothly as possible. The work undertaken by a conveyancing professional includes:

  • Organising searches
  • Checking the house title deeds
  • Check on your mortgage offer
  • Arrange dates for exchange of contracts and completion
  • Pay your SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) on your behalf
  • Register your ownership with the land registry

It is important you choose a solicitor not just based on price but also based on how you get along with them. A good conveyancing solicitor will work hard to understand your requirements and timescales and will also have to work with solicitors from the other parties involved in order for a smooth transaction. Our solicitors are all SRA regulated and insured and so you can be assured that they will be able to guide you through the process with the utmost professionalism and efficiency.

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Nationwide Conveyancing Firms

123 Convey have an extensive network of conveyancing solicitors who are able to help you get fantasitc value conveyancing quotes no matter where you live. Below are just some of the towns and cities we work in:

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