Published 28th June 2018
Buying a new home can be an exciting time; you've found and fallen in love with a place, had your offer accepted and are all ready to move in. But...you then have to wait for the conveyancing process to complete. So, how long does conveyancing take?
In the majority of cases the conveyancing process takes around six to eight weeks. However, each case is different and it can take less or longer, depending on different circumstances.
This is the reason a precise reply cannot be given to the question of 'How long will my conveyancing take' when you first instruct your conveyancer.
Contrary to popular belief, solicitors and conveyancers do their best to ensure there are no unnecessary delays - they want to ensure that clients are happy and satisfied.
Home Legal Direct knows the excitement of purchasing a new home and we work with solicitors and licensed conveyancers who work hard to give you a fast and smooth conveyancing transaction at the best price. Our 'No Move, No Fee' guarantee means that solicitors have a vested interested to ensure that the transaction is completed efficiently and with minimal delays.
One way speed up your conveyancing, whether you're buying or selling, is to have a conveyancer and fixed price quote in place so you can instruct them as soon as an offer has been accepted. Click here to get an instant conveyancing quote.