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No property is exactly the same and no client is exactly the same. Our fees will reflect the particular requirements of your sale and/or purchase. For example, dealing with a listed building may, because of the added complexities, cost more than dealing with a more straightforward freehold property.
We have been awarded Best Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year North East & Yorkshire at the 2019 LFS Conveyancing national Awards, acknowledging our high quality conveyancing service for clients.
Our Conveyancing Fees
Our fees for conveyancing start from £700 (plus VAT at 20%) for a property that does not have unexpected complications and up to £2000 (plus VAT at 20%) for a property with a value of over £1 million. These figures may however vary in cases with special complications or where you have particular requirements.
You can see our price ranges, key stages of the transaction and timescales for the conveyancing for the areas below by following the links:
- Purchase – freehold or leasehold - click here
- Sale – freehold or leasehold - click here
- Mortgage or Remortgage - click here
You can also use our online instant conveyancing fee estimate tool here.
The fee estimate tool will enable you to receive an instant estimate based on the data you provide about your property sale and/or purchase. This online fee estimate will give you a reliable indication of the conveyancing fees for your transaction and should you go on to instruct us, we will always provide you with an individual cost estimate. We will also advise you of any circumstances which may change the quote, taking into account the actual features of your sale or purchase, so you are aware of the exact costs at the start of your instruction with us.
If the matter does have unexpected complications after the detailed quote and start of the transaction, we always inform you of this as soon as it comes to our attention and we will fully discuss the potential consequences of it before any extra charges are incurred by you.
You can see the legal advisers who work in our Property Team here.