Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one person to another. There are two main phases – the exchange of contracts and the completion. An offer is not legally binding until contracts are exchanged.
There are no standard fees for conveyancing, leaving legal firms able to set their own rates. Some firms may look cheaper on the surface, but there are often additional costs in the process that are not included in the initial quote but instead, are buried in the small print.
At Dale & Co we commit to listing all foreseeable costs up-front and include these in the fixed-fee. Additional costs will only come into effect if your solicitor has to perform extra tasks for you that could not be predicted at the beginning of purchase. You will be made aware of any extra costs in advance.
Last Updated: Thursday 24th October 2019
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