I NEED A CONVEYANCING QUOTE


NEED A CONVEYANCING QUOTE?


 

Property Value Purchase Sale Purchase & Sale
Under £100,000 £650 £550 £950
Above £100,000 to £200,000 £675 £625 £1000
*Note: Prices are subject to additional VAT charges and Disbursements.

 

OUR OTHER CONVEYANCING PRICES:

 

Description Price
Sale and Purchase from each band £900
Cost Of A Remortgage £450
Council Right To Buy £450
Transfer Of Equity £250
*Note: Prices are subject to additional VAT charges and Disbursements.

WHAT DO YOU CHARGE FOR A PROPERTY WORTH MORE THAN £200,000? If your property is worth more than £200,000 then please email us and we will provide you with a conveyancing quotation within 24 hours.

HOW MUCH IS VAT AND DISBURSEMENTS Please also note that VAT and Disbursements are also payable within the conveyancing. Further we reserve the right to charge an additional fee in the conveyancing quote if the transaction is not straightforward and additional work is necessary. Please refer to our list of Extra Fees below to gain a better understanding of your conveyancing quote.

DO YOU CHARGE FOR ANY ADDITIONAL WORK We obviously hope that your conveyancing transaction will proceed smoothly and without any problems. We always like to give a clear indication of our conveyancing charges in advance so that there are no surprises. However sometimes difficulties do arise and extra legal work is necessary to resolve those problems. We therefore reserve the right to sometimes charge an additional fee from the conveyancing quote if additional work is necessary.

However don’t worry as any additional fee will not be charged unless it is notified to you in advance and your specific consent is given to deal with and proceed with any extra work. Please refer below for examples of typical areas where extra work might be necessary.

CAN YOU GIVE EXAMPLES OF ADDITIONAL WORK?

Applying for Planning Permission

Applying for Retrospective Consents

Notices of Assignments of Life Policies

Preparation of Statutory Declarations

Drawing up of Trust Deeds

Deeds of Rectification

Deeds of Easements and Rights of Way

Own Buildings Insurance Requirements

Repayment of Additional Loans

Consents of Occupiers

Satisfying Lenders Mortgage Conditions

Licence to Occupy

Release of Interest in Jointly owned properties

Legal Notices

Licences to Assign

Notice of Mortgagors Interests.