Conveyancing is an integral part of the buying and selling process, it's important you have a dedicated and efficient legal team so you know what's going on and are updated through your property transaction. Our 8 step process should help you understand the next stages.
There are several types of Survey and we can help you choose the right one for you.
Once an offer has been accepted on a property, legal documents need to be prepared to transfer the ownership.
It's important you have your mortgage in place as soon as possible to avoid any complications or delays.
4. Final Report
Signatures are needed on the contract and the deed needs to be passed.
The mortgage has been finalised, both parties sign and are now legally transacted to complete. The buyer pays the deposit and agrees a completion date.
6. After Exchange
Some final searches may be needed and the final deed is signed by the seller.
You agree a date/time to transfer keys and you complete on the transaction.
8. After Completion
The solicitors will finalise the legal requirements, including paying Stamp Duty Land Tax, Land Registration etc.