Our conveyancing lawyers advise people across Coventry, Leamington Spa, Stratford upon Avon and the whole of Warwickshire on the process of buying and selling property, guiding people through the different stages of house buying and selling.
Whatever type of property you are buying, you may not be familiar with the house buying process. Buying a house, or selling a home, can seem like a daunting task. Our experienced conveyancers can guide you through each stage of the property purchase or property sale. They use their many years' combined conveyancing experience to share their tips on buying or selling, a property.
We guide you through the process with regular updates by email and phone.
Our conveyancing solicitors have also achieved the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Standard (CQS) accreditation so you can be confident that you will be dealing with solicitors who understand the property market.
If you want to find out the solicitor fees for your house purchase, sale or both, do send us an enquiry and one of our expert conveyancing solicitors will provide details on the legal costs involved.
Our conveyancing team advises on:
- buying a house
- selling a house
- the first property purchase of first time buyers
- buying a freehold or leasehold property including checking the legal title
- negotiating the terms of the contract and commissioning searches
- selling a freehold or leasehold property from the acceptance of an offer through to completion
- buying a property through shared ownership and assisted purchase schemes
- buying through Right to Buy (RTB) or Right to Acquire (RTA) schemes
- transferring equity to add or remove owners
- transferring a property after a divorce
- remortgaging including checking title details and obtaining the necessary searches to satisfy your lender
- buying investment properties for buy-to-let
"Numerous challenges arose during the transaction with each dealt with in a focused and effective way. I would certainly instruct Hannah again in the future and would have no hesitation in recommending her to others."
Quality assured: Wright Hassall’s conveyancing team is CQS accredited, the Law Society’s quality standard for residential conveyancing, and is also a member of the Lender Exchange, a secure portal enabling law firms to exchange information with lenders designed to reduce risk and combat fraud. The firm is also Lexcel accredited, the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for practice management and client care.
Most conveyancing costs will fall within the fee scale indicated below. However, there are a number of elements that will influence the cost of conveyancing such as the location of the property (for instance, the proximity of old coal workings or other topographical features); whether or not the building is listed and / or within a conservation area; its valuation; or if it is a new lease in a development. Therefore, it is our standard practice to give you an individual quote depending on the circumstances of your sale or purchase.
Indicative fee scale
NB: We will give an individual quote as each sale / purchase will be considered on its own merit and the pricing refined once the details have been disclosed. This fee scale only applies to properties bought and sold in England and Wales.
|Average fee scale (including VAT)||Average timescales (from offer)|
|Freehold sale||£780||£900||Six weeks|
|Freehold purchase||£840||£1080||Eight weeks|
|Leasehold sale||£840||£1020||Eight weeks|
|Leasehold purchase||£840||£1080||Eight weeks|
|Mortgage & remortgage||£360||£600|
|The prices above do not take into account any costs payable to a third party, including Land Registry fees (http://landregistry.data.gov.uk/fees-calculator.html), property-related searches, or stamp duty. Please visit the HMRC website to view the stamp duty calculator (applies to England only). https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/calculate-stamp-duty-land-tax/#/intro|
If you are purchasing your property through the Help to Buy Scheme, please contact us for a separate estimate. Funding of Help to Buy properties is complex and requires additional work.