Buying or selling property can be a confusing process, without throwing a conveyancer into the mix – we’re determined to make conveyancing that bit clearer.
Conveyancing is the legal processes that are involved when a property is transferred from one owner to another. It involves establishing:
Although you can do your own conveyancing, the admin involved in transferring property is usually carried out by a conveyancing solicitor or qualified conveyancer. This is because transferring property can be a complicated process, and a conveyancer can help make this process smoother.
Conveyancing fees cover the amount you’ll pay to ensure that the legal side of a property sale or purchase is handled correctly. There are two parts to conveyancing costs: the legal fees and disbursements.
On average, conveyancing takes around 12 weeks but the process may take longer or shorter depending on your unique circumstances. There are various stages to the conveyancing process, we have broken them down into a simplified process below:
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