At Houldsworth Solicitors we have a specialist conveyancing team to guide and help you through each step of selling or buying your home. Our experienced and friendly team will do their utmost to ensure the transaction proceeds as smooth as possible from start to finish. We will make things easier for you by giving you the support you need throughout. A member of our team is always available by phone, online or a face to face meeting to answer any queries you may have during the transaction.
Amanda Hall Director and Solicitor is the head of our residential conveyancing department – Our Meet the Team page shows the experience and qualifications each member of the team has.
Please watch our video which gives you a useful guide to the selling and buying process.
We offer a complete conveyancing service to help you through every stage of selling your home, which includes:
A standard transaction will take approximately 6 weeks from the time we are instructed. However, every transaction is slightly different depending upon a number of factors such as:-
Our charges are broken down into costs and disbursements. Disbursements are costs payable to third parties such as Land Registry fees. We handle the payment of disbursements on your behalf.
An estimate can easily be obtained by using the “get an instant quote” button. Once you insert the purchase price of the property the calculator will also inform you of the SDLT (stamp duty land tax) and Land Registry Fees payable
We charge a fixed fee for all residential conveyancing transactions, which are based on a scale according to the property price. There are other factors which determine the fees including whether the property is freehold or leasehold, whether a mortgage is being obtained, if it is a high value transaction or properties with special complications. Once you have instructed us we will advise you immediately of any complications and discuss the potential impact this would have on our fees or whether any payments to third parties are required such as to management companies.
Occasionally we may need to increase your fixed fee – this may be due to but not limited to the following