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Our database is consistently analysing the market for the best prices across the UK. We only offer the most affordable and competitively priced professional services.

Our quotes are simple and straightforward to complete. You will receive an incredible price within 30 seconds and all the information to get your conveyancing process started.

Buying and Selling a house can be an incredibly stressful experience, so you deserve to instruct a property lawyer who will work to make it straightforward and convenient for you!

Web exclusive offers competitively priced quotes protected with a Fixed Fee policy and our No Move, No Fee guarantee. What you see is what you'll pay. No high street prices here.

Experience an entirely stress free conveyancing process by handing over control to a dedicated team of licensed professionals.

My Conveyancing Specialist has partnered with a network of highly experienced accredited conveyancing solicitors located across the UK.
Buying and selling property and moving house only happen a few times within a lifetime. We are eager to help you get it right.

Our main aim is to save you plenty of time and money. All our conveyancers are expert property lawyers with plenty of experience.

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CONVEYANCING & SURVEY

Comprehensive Conveyancing

My Conveyancing Specialist offers professional conveyancing and survey services with one goal in mind, to make the exchange of property as practical and straightforward as possible.
Purchase, sale, and Re-mortgaging of your property can be seamless and hassle-free with the help of our licensed professional property lawyers and conveyancers.
Protect your new investment with our range of other services. A Property Valuation Report, Homebuyer report, or Building survey are recommended for getting to know your property. We provide. Receive accredited checks completed by licensed professionals.

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Bespoke Service

Our tailored services are devoted to meeting all of your needs throughout the transaction.
Based on the information you contribute, we can handpick a property lawyer dedicated to your conveyancing case.
A local solicitor isn't essential for the conveyancing process. However, we still ensure our team has the local expertise to provide comprehensive services.

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100% Transparent Costs

We have ensured that you no longer worry about the small print or hidden legal fees.
Our Fixed Fee policy protects you from extra legal fees and ensures you only pay the agreed amount.
Our No Move, No Fee guarantee protects you should your property sale fall through. You only have to pay for our legal services once your sale is complete.

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Online Conveyancing

At My Conveyancing Specialist, we offer first-class quality solicitors. Our network of online conveyancing solicitors is highly experienced in the professional exchange of properties giving you the best opportunity to Sell, Purchase or Re-mortgage a house hassle-free while saving you money.
We know how expensive the moving process can build up to be, and there are always specific fees that you forget to consider. We have optimised the transaction to help you save as much money as possible. We redirect all our savings straight to you to give you an incredible price for excellent legal services.

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Life today is incredibly fast-paced. Where many services in society seem to have caught up, the property exchange procedure is lagging and the traditional approach to conveyancing is no different. My Conveyancing Specialist has focused on this core feature within the moving experience to produce a refined conveyancing process for your convenience.
Our instant, no-obligation online conveyancing quote is the first step in our optimised process.

Your solicitor will be entirely dedicated to your case. Most other law firms typically have multiple other pending cases in many different categories of law, this inevitably slows down the case. My Conveyancing Specialist works exclusively to complete online conveyancing services which creates an exponentially faster process. Remember you do not have to use an estate agent conveyancing service when you are buying or selling a property. Conveyancing online gives you the quote in seconds so you know exactly how much it will cost you with all fees displaced in your quote.

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How does conveyancing work?

No Hidden Fees or Extras

You can be confident that My Conveyancing Specialist are completely transparent in our prices. You could find with other law firms that their prices are lower at first glance but when it comes to paying, there are extra hidden disbursements.

Our Fixed Fee policy ensures that you will never find extra costs outside of the quote you are provided. Our instant quotes include all of the legal fees you need to cover during the transaction.

What you see is what you pay!

Conveyancing

Conveyancing covers the legal transfer of a property from one person to another. A licensed conveyancing solicitor is required to complete the process.

Contract

A conveyancing contract is the document which states the conditions of the sale or purchase of the property in question.

Transfer Deed

The transfer deed is the legal document which contains details of the property and is used when the transfer of ownership is performed.

How long does conveyancing take when buying a house?

Conveyancing should take between 8 to 12 weeks, but can take much longer. How much longer will depend on the following;

  • How proactive the other parties are in the chain
  • How quickly you take control in sending paper work to your conveyancer.
  • How quickly you respond to questions from your conveyancer.
  • How long the chain is. Example if no chain is usually much quicker.
  • How quickly surveys are carried out.
  • How quickly a mortgage valuation is completed and the application is approved by the mortgage lender.
  • People on holiday without telling their solicitors or conveyancers.

Buying or selling a property should not be overly complicated if all parties respond in a timely manner, but there are things you can do to speed up the process.

Choose your conveyancer as soon as you can and get conveyancing quotes. Send all identity documents as soon as they are requested. The exchange and completion can be done on the same day if cash buyer The buying and selling of property should not be a harrowing experience if you use property professionals and conveyancers who are providing this service day in and day out. So, for a no obligation online conveyancing quote to see how much we can save you, and speed up the conveyancing process.

Conveyancing Solicitor or Licensed Conveyancer?

Related to conveyancing, the two are very similar, with the main difference being who they are regulated by. In England and Wales, solicitors must be registered with the Law Society and regulated by the (SRA) Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Licensed Conveyancers are also regulated by the (CLC) Council for Licensed Conveyancers.

Before The 1985 Administration of Justice Act, you had little choice but to use Conveyancing Solicitors. This act enabled Licensed Conveyancers to offer their services to home buyers and owners.

What’s the difference?

Solicitors are trained in a variety of legal fields. When a solicitor has finished their training, they will normally be specialised in a particular area or areas of law.

Licensed Conveyancers are focused on property transactions. They have to sit several exams and obtain a qualification that focuses on property transactions.
Who you choose is up to you and depends on your requirement. Please note our conveyancing services cover England and Wales only.

How does the Online Conveyancing Process work?

Online conveyancing follows a similar procedure to high street versions of the conveyancing process. They follow the same key milestone and complete the exact official searches. The only change is that the operation can be completed much more efficiently and conveniently for you.

  • After performing searches and gathering conveyancing quotes you should choose your preferred online, fully regulated, property lawyers.
  • They will request a few details regarding the property and start the conveyancing process.
  • There are several searches, disbursements and legal work to be completed during the conveyancing process. These include land registry checks and financial searches.
  • Your online conveyancers will also assist you in negotiations and exchanging of contracts
  • After completion, they will register you as the legal owner of the property with the Land Registry.

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Conveyancing Contract

The Conveyancing Contract covers the legal agreement of purchase/sale between a buyer and a seller. The contract is exchanged between parties and once signed, the exchange of property is legally binding.

Within the document the terms of contract are stated. This can include the price to be paid for the property, the completion date, how much deposit is to be paid. The document is legally binding once signed.

The completion date is often agreed before contracts are exchanged and inserted into the contract to be legally binding. The completion is then considered the intended moving date however this can be conditional to repairs or adjustments that are made to the property.

This contract will be prepared by the property seller’s conveyancer and submitted to the buyer’s party for agreement or amendments with the client.

Transfer Deed

The transfer deed is the legal document which contains details of the property and is used when the transfer of ownership from the seller to buyer is performed.

Your conveyancer will handle the entire legal process of the sale or purchase which will include handling contracts, giving legal advice, carrying out local council searches and dealing with the Land Registry and finally transferring funds to pay for your property.

If you would like an instant online quote click the quote button at the top of this page.
We are here to make the process as simple and cost effective as possible.

How long does conveyancing take when buying a house?

The transaction should take between 8 to 12 weeks, but can take much longer.

How much longer will depend on the following;

  1. How proactive the other parties are in the chain
  2. How many conveyancing quotes you gather
  3. How quickly you send paper work to your conveyancer.
  4. How quickly you respond to questions from your conveyancer.
  5. How long the chain is. Example if no chain is usually much quicker.
  6. How quickly surveys are carried out.
  7. If you need a mortgage, how quickly mortgage valuation is completed.
  8. People on holiday without telling their solicitors or conveyancers

Buying or selling a property should not be overly complicated if all parties respond in a timely manner, but there are things you can do to speed up the process.

  1. Choose your conveyancer as soon as you can and get quote.
  2. Send all identity documents as soon as they are requested.
  3. Get your mortgage application approved by the mortgage lender.
  4. The exchange and completion can be done on the same day if cash buyer

The buying and selling of property should not be a harrowing experience if you use property professionals and conveyancers who are providing this service day in and day out. So, for a no obligation online conveyancing quote  to see how much we can save you, and speed up the conveyancing process.

Conveyancing Solicitor or Licensed Conveyancer?

The two are very similar, with the main difference being who they are regulated by. In England and Wales solicitors must be registered with the Law Society and are regulated by the (SRA) Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Licensed Conveyancers are also regulated, buy by the (CLC) Council for Licensed Conveyancers.

Before The 1985 Administration of Justice Act, you had little choice but to use a Conveyancing Solicitors. This act enabled Licensed Conveyancers to offer their services to home buyers and owners.

What’s the difference?

Solicitors are trained in a variety of legal fields, which can range from criminal law through to family law or litigation. When a solicitor has finished their training, they will normally be specialised in a particular area or areas of law.

Licensed Conveyancers are exclusively focused on property transactions and have to sit a number of exams and obtain qualification which are totally focused on property transactions.

Who you choose is up to you and depends on your individual requirement.

How do I Choose a Conveyancer?

There are plenty of ways homebuyers and sellers decide upon their solicitor. They can include any of the following conditions

  • Do they have good online reviews?
  • Are they company registered lawyers?
  • Do they have a referral fee?
  • What’s their process to complete the transaction?
  • Are there any nasty surprises or hidden extras in their fees?
  • What does their website look like?

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