Whether you are selling a property, buying a new property or simply remortgaging, you will need a conveyancer to complete the legal work. We provide conveyancing in Wiltshire and nationwide.
What are conveyancing fees?
Conveyancing fees cover the amount you will pay to make sure the legal side of a house sale or purchase is handled correctly. Conveyancing fees can be split into two parts: the legal fees (what the conveyancer or solicitor charges for doing the work), and the disbursements (what third parties charge for certain services like searches).
Some conveyancing fees apply to sellers only, and some only need to be paid by buyers.
How much are conveyancing fees?
The price of conveyancing fees will vary depending on several factors. The size of the bill can vary depending on location because you may need to pay for additional searches if the property is near a river or coal mine, for example. We provide expert Wiltshire Conveyancing services but can also travel nationwide too.
How much are the legal fees?
The legal portion of the conveyancing fees bill covers the work done by the conveyancing solicitor themselves. Conveyancing fees do vary but are typically between £850-£1500, plus the cost of disbursements. Legal fees for leasehold properties are more.
Use the form below to obtain a quote for your Wiltshire and nationwide conveyancing needs and to instruct a firm to complete the legal work for you.