In law, conveyancing is the name given to the field that specialises in the sale and transfer of land and buildings. A typical conveyancing transaction has two major phases: the exchange of contracts and completion.
Conveyancing costs are generally set according to the value of the property being transferred and may vary slightly between conveyancers. In addition to solicitor conveyancing fees, there are other costs such as land registry charges, mortgage arrangement fees, search fees, and valuation fees, depending on whether you are buying or selling property or land.
Here’s a short video explaining the conveyancing process from our services provider Homden Property.