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Professional conveyancing solicitors for your home sale

  • Fixed legal fee
    A fixed legal fee conveyancing quotation gives you peace of mind that what you are quoted for is what you pay. No hidden charges and no hourly rates. Find out how a fixed legal fee conveyancing quote with Home Legal Direct will benefit you.
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  • No move no legal fee
    At Home Legal Direct, our No Move No Legal Fee conveyancing promise gives peace of mind in knowing that if your property transaction falls through, the cost of legal fees are protected. With approximately 1 in 3 home moves not completing, having the No Move No Legal Fee promise in place gives added peace of mind throughout the conveyancing process.
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  • Our conveyancing panel are regulated by the SRA
    The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public and promote the public interest by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.
    or CLC
    The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the regulatory body for licensed conveyancers in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public by ensuring that licensed conveyancers meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.

Three reasons customers love us

Using us gives you all the benefits associated with comparison sites, conveyancing panels, and high street conveyancers

Cost savings
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We pass you the savings we get from our competing panel.

Flexibility
of a conveyancer panel

Many conveyancing firms mean many options.

Support
of a high street conveyancer

We hold your hand through the process.

Trusted professionals from start to finish

 

Knowledgeable and helpful advisors

Our conveyancing advice teams are trained by conveyancers to understand the conveyancing process so that they ask all the right questions ahead of time!

 

Attentive and responsive support team

We do not just pass you to a conveyancer. We continue to support you by making sure you are looked after and stepping in if you have any queries.

 

Regulated and vetted conveyancers

We have taken the time to find a balance between price, reputation, and expertise in our panel. We use the best conveyancers and hold them to high standards of service.

What you can expect

STEP 1

Get a fixed, no move, no legal fee, quote

STEP 2

Talk to our conveyancing advice team

STEP 3

Instruct us to connect you to a conveyancer

STEP 4

Get a welcome call from your conveyancer onboarding team

STEP 5

Do your legally required identity checks

BEYOND…

Continue your journey with us

We take the time to help you understand sale

The sale conveyancing process in the UK is the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from the seller to the buyer. It typically involves several stages, including:

  1. Instructing a conveyancer: The seller appoints a qualified conveyancer, who will handle the legal aspects of the transaction on their behalf.
  2. Preparation of the contract pack: The conveyancer will prepare all the necessary documents for the sale, including the property title, leasehold documents, and any other relevant information such as planning permission and building regulation compliance.
  3. Marketing the property: The property is put up for sale and marketed to potential buyers. Once a buyer is found, the conveyancer will send the contract pack to the buyer’s conveyancer.
  4. Enquiries and searches: The buyer’s conveyancer will conduct various searches and make enquiries to ensure that the property is in good condition and that there are no outstanding issues.
  5. Exchange of contracts: Once the buyer and seller agree on the price and terms of the sale, they will sign legally binding contracts. At this stage, the buyer usually pays a deposit.
  6. Completion: The final stage of the process, the buyer pays the remaining balance of the purchase price and the conveyancer will complete the transfer of ownership. The keys will be handed over to the buyer.
  7. Registering the property: Once completion is done, the conveyancer will register the new ownership at the Land Registry.

The whole process usually takes between 8-12 weeks, but it can take longer if there are any complications. It’s important to have the right professional help, such as a solicitor or licensed conveyancer, to ensure the process runs smoothly. Additionally, it’s important for the seller to have all the necessary documents in order and be prepared for potential issues that might arise during the process.


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  • Fixed legal fee
    A fixed legal fee conveyancing quotation gives you peace of mind that what you are quoted for is what you pay. No hidden charges and no hourly rates. Find out how a fixed legal fee conveyancing quote with Home Legal Direct will benefit you.

     

    conveyancing quote
  • No move no legal fee
    At Home Legal Direct, our No Move No Legal Fee conveyancing promise gives peace of mind in knowing that if your property transaction falls through, the cost of legal fees are protected. With approximately 1 in 3 home moves not completing, having the No Move No Legal Fee promise in place gives added peace of mind throughout the conveyancing process.

     

    guarantee
  • Our conveyancing panel are regulated by the SRA
    The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public and promote the public interest by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.

     

    or CLC
    The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the regulatory body for licensed conveyancers in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public by ensuring that licensed conveyancers meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.

     

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