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Choosing a Conveyancing solicitor is easy with My Big Move. We work hard to make sure our panel of experienced property solicitors can provide you with the best service for your house move. Every single house move is unique, so we'll be sure to put you in touch with the perfect Conveyancer.

Whether you're buying, selling or getting a remortgage on a property, you can instantly compare conveyancing quotes online, for free - right now! No obligation to go any further. Just immediate online quotes for you to choose from!

The typical fees that you need to consider will all be laid out for you via our clear and colourful quote results.

Why Compare Conveyancing Quotes with My Big Move?

Individual Profile Pages :

Each company that we recommend have their own personal page on our website. Here, you will be offered their contact details and information on the services they offer, in addition to the work they've done. 

This makes it easy for you to make solicitor comparisons and find the result that works best for you! 

Regulated and Experienced Conveyancers (Property Solicitors):

You’re in safe hands with our panel of Conveyancers. All the companies that we suggest to you are regulated and well-experienced in the field of conveyancing. 

The CLC – Council for Licenced Conveyancers – means that all property solicitors must abide to certain rules and guidelines if they wish to continue practice as property solicitors. If Conveyancers are found not to be following these rules, they can find themselves in a lot of trouble. 

Receive 4 Results Straight Away! 

You don’t have to hang around for any contacts or solicitors quotes, they will be supplied to you immediately! With up to 4 results, you can consider each Conveyancing quote online and make a decision with the different options available. 

This will save you hours of time completing research and asking for quotes. Using the details that you provide, we'll supply you with 4 legal experts that you can trust. This helps streamline what was once a very complicated and drawn out process! 

Gain Expert Advice:

We will only offer you the details of property solicitors that are experienced and qualified in the field of Conveyancing. Any advice and insight that you can get from an expert can help you with the progress with your house move.

Conveyancers will be involved with cases like yours as part of their everyday life, so they are well experienced. With a professional at hand to help to complete all of your legal documents, it’s one less thing to worry about. 

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring a property from one owner to another. A property solicitor or licensed conveyancer will act on behalf of the buyer, guaranteeing them ownership of the property and the land it covers. 

Conveyancing encompasses the whole legal and administrative work required to complete the transfer of a property. Contracts, local searches, legal advice, transferring funds – they cover it all. 

In summary, if you want to make your house move legal, you get a conveyancer! 

When Should I Get a Conveyancer?

Finding a conveyancing solicitor early in the house-moving process is highly recommended. 

Before you are putting down an offer on a house, you should have found a suitable property solicitor to carry out the legal process of transferring home ownership.  

 How Do I Find the Perfect Property Solicitor?

You’re in the right place! The best way to find the right conveyancer for you is to compare conveying quotes online with My Big Move. 

You can compare up to 4 quotes from local or nationwide property solicitors, all regulated under the CLC governing body (Council for Licenced Conveyancers). 

Just simply fill in the drop-down form above to compare suitable property solicitors and see how they can make your house move easier. 

Conveyancer and Solicitor: What’s the Difference? 

It’s always easy to get confused by the legal terms. 

The main difference between the two individuals is that a solicitor can offer a complete range of legal services that, whilst a licensed conveyancer (specialised property solicitor) has been trained solely for the legal transfer of property. 

You can do the conveyancing yourself, of course, but it is highly advised that no one tries this unless they are a trained professional. When there are legal matters involved then it can get very nasty - even if only minor mistakes are made. 

What are Conveyancing Fees?

Conveyancers usually charge a fixed fee and an additional set of costs that they incur whilst completing their service. These additional costs are known as disbursements. 

Most of these disbursements are usually only incurred during the process of buying a house, not when selling a property. 

The fixed fee that is charged by the conveyancer generally correlates with the price of the property. So, the higher the price, the higher the fixed fee. Fees will fluctuate between different conveyancers, which is why we created our free comparison service. 

• Disbursements for Buying a Property
Some examples of Disbursements that you can be expected to pay are: 

Local Authority Searches: 
These are designed to help protect you from any possible council plans that could affect your house move during or after your move. This could save you a lot of money or hassle in the future.
Local Searches: 
This checks for anything like limestone or coal mining that could have an impact on the foundations of your building. It means that your building is located on safe and solid ground. 

Environmental Searches: 
Looks for anything that could cause contamination around your property. It makes sure that there’s nothing toxic nearby, but also avoids you having to live in a smelly property – so it’s worth the checks! 

There is also Stamp Duty, also known as ‘Land Tax’ and not a lot of people planning to move home are aware that they must pay this. Your rate of payment is calculated and based around a percentage of the total price of your property. 

Below is the percentage that you can be expected to pay, based on the cost of your property. 
 • Below £125,000 = 0% 
 • £125,001 - £250,000 = 2% 
 • £250,001 - £925,000 = 5% 
 • £925,001 - £1,500,000 = 10% 
 • Over £1,500,000 = 12% 

Average fees will normally cover Stamp Duty as part of their initial price quote. A further fixed fee that you must pay is the Land Registration Fee and again, depends on the cost of the property being purchased. Prices generally range from £40 - £700

• Disbursements for Selling a Property 
As well as completing the Conveyancing process for buying a property, there are also different payments for selling a property. You’ll be pleased to know that there are far fewer disbursements when selling! These fees include: 

 - Land Registry Office Copies: The solid and legal confirmation showing that you are the legal owner of the property that you are trying to sell. 

 - Telegraphic Transfer Fee: This is charged by your bank and covers the cost of sending the money used to purchase the property. This won’t normally be required for houses with a mortgage less than £60,000. 

Both Disbursements for selling a property also need to be paid as part of buying a property. 
• So What is the Overall Conveyance Fee?
The overall cost of Conveyancing can fall anywhere between £700 - £3000 with all your disbursements included. However, this does not include Stamp Duty. If you are supplied a quote that doesn't fall into this bracket, you may want to question why this is. 

What Will a Conveyancer  Do For Me?

There are a number of services that your property solicitor will carry out for you, including the following: 

• Handling and Exchange of Contracts 
• Searches 
• Land Registry 
• Stamp Duty 
• Bank Transfer 

• Handling and Exchange of Contracts 
Your conveyancer will finalise the completion and tie up any loose ends that may still be hanging. They will also end off a copy of the title deeds to your mortgage lender, which the lender then keeps until the mortgage is paid. 

Both contracts are then exchanged and looked over, ensuring they are identical and that both parties are satisfied. Once you pass this point, you are legally bound to go ahead with the purchase/sale. 

• Searches 
Conveyancing searches involve the property solicitor checking with the local authority and other relevant organisations to see whether there are any plans for development or building opportunities nearby. Essentially, they search for anything that could impact your purchase of the property for the long-term. 

• Land Registry Checks 
They check the land registry to ensure that the seller is the real owner of the house you are purchasing. They can also do relevant searches about potential flooding or environmental risks during this time. 

• Bank Transfer 
Conveyancers will require a telegraphic transfer fee for their part in transferring the necessary funds for the purchase (usually the deposit). 

• Stamp duty 
Similarly, your conveyancer will handle transferring the mortgage loan to the seller and will pay any Stamp Duty on your behalf.  

Benefits of a  Property Solicitor

Here at My Big Move, our property experts can empathise with the stress that comes with a house move. Unfortunately, something that should be an exciting time can come with many difficulties and hurdles to jump.

Because of this, we like to give you all of the firms you need under one roof (or on one website!). These professionals will be extremely beneficial to you as part of the moving process, and here’s how: 

1) Conveyancers Save Time 
You can do some DIY Conveyancing in some cases, but we do not recommend this! A house move is an incredibly detailed and complicated legal process. 

It needs to be done by a professional who had been extensively trained in the matter. It speeds up the house-move considerably and let's you take care of other matters.

2) They Save You Money 
We can understand that it can seem a costly fee at the time, but Conveyancer’s can save you a lot of money. If in their searches, they can identify a problem, such as several new housing plots being built that could devalue your property, then you will be able to rethink your options and save yourself from a long-term and costly disaster. 

Side note: Although it’s great to save money where you can, a very cheap quote should not be jumped at straight away. If the cost is noticeably lower than the others, then maybe the conveyance fee should be treated with a bit of suspicion.  

3) They Work for You 
As you are the one to select and employ the property solicitor, it is within their job description that you are their priority. You can then feel secure and safe in the knowledge that they are working with your best interest in mind. 

4) They are Extensively Qualified
All of our listed Conveyancers are experienced and knowledgeable, able to provide you with a thoroughly effective service. 

Every Conveyancer knows the property laws like the back of their hand, and have dealt with many cases before so you can rest safe in the fact that they'll be able to do their job quickly and efficiently. 

Conveyancing FAQs:

How long does the process take?
It’s important to understand just how much time will be spent on this process so that you can plan the rest of the moving process around this. 

On average, the process takes somewhere between 8-12 weeks. Asking how long will give you a rough idea to plan your move around. Anything outside of this bracket should be questioned immeidately.
How much does it cost? 
Although the cost will vary greatly between companies, any figure outside the £700 - £3000 range should raise an eyebrow. 

When you receive a quote from a solicitor, it’s also important to ask exactly what is included in that price - what add-ons you can be expect to receive. We include all the general searches and fees associated with a normal house move, but there may be some extra costs depending on your area! Make sure to cover this with your property solicitor.

Compare your options and remember: the cheapest doesn’t always mean the best! You want the best service for these matters. 
Should a Conveyancer have Client Management Software? 
This is a piece of software that allows you to track exactly where the process is up to. It’s down to you to decide whether this is something that you want access to or whether you would prefer to leave it to the expert. 

If this is something you’re wanting to access, then this could help you with making a decision on your chosen property solicitor. This is a tricky business and a lot to get your head round!  

Cover Everything!

Once you are comfortable and ready to decide, make sure that you ask them all the questions you need, as silly as any might sound. 

These experts are here to help you. Make sure everything is covered and that you are satisfied. You can then you can sit back, relax and let the professionals get to work!