Let’s face it, moving house is a lengthy process with so many fees that it can- and often does- make our head spin. Although moving into and buying a house is a joyous occasion (particularly if it is our first permanent move with a loved one), it can also be extremely stressful and full of hassle; especially if it is your first time doing it!

With everything from admin fees to estate agent charges, it can feel like we will never get our hands on the property of our dreams and that even if we eventually do, it will be at a cost that was far greater than our original budget.

For that reason, every last penny helps. It is extremely important that you know exactly who is taking money from your account and why they are doing so. Often, people blindly say ‘yes’ to people taking such administrative fees from their accounts without taking much notice as they assume that it is best for them to do so. However, the opposite could not be truer, as many people pay hidden fees and charges as a result of their contract. Worse than this, it could also be the case that you are not covered for what you thought you would be and that the process has simply been dragged out in order to extract more money from you!

Conveyancing Fees

When looking at conveyancing[1] fees specifically, it quickly becomes apparent that a number of different types of conveyancing:

  • Sale
  • Purchase
  • EPC (Energy Performance Certificates)
  • Sale and Purchase
  • Re-mortgage
  • Transfer of Equity

For this reason, I would suggest that unless you are an expert yourself, then it is best for you to consult legal advisors. If you are unsure of your options then you can get a no obligation quote from companies such as compareconveyancingquotes.co.uk.  You really could save time and money while choosing the best option for you.

By consulting legal experts, you can be sure that you are checking all of the options that are available to you. This way, you can get trained, dedicated and expert advice in order to ensure that you get the best price on the market for your conveyancing fees. After all, with a no obligation quote, you really have nothing to lose!

[1] the transferal of legal title of property from one person to another or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien

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