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We want you to be clear about how much it will cost you to buy or sell your property in England and Wales.

There are many factors involved so we’ve outlined it as far as possible but to talk through your specific needs, call and speak to one of the team on 0117 926 4121 or use our conveyancing quote form.

Purchase of a Freehold House Up To £1million
You will pay legal fees to us to manage the purchase. These costs depend on the value of the property. They start from £800 (£960 including VAT) to £1,450 (£1,740 including VAT).

If you’re buying a property worth more than £1million, please call the conveyancing team on 0117 926 4121.

These fees include:

  • Taking instructions from you and giving you initial advice about the purchase
  • Checking that you have finance in place
  • Getting contract pack from seller’s solicitor
  • Completing necessary searches on the house
  • Getting additional planning information if needed
  • Making enquires with the seller’s solicitor
  • Giving you advice on all documents and information received
  • Going through the conditions of the mortgage offer with you
  • Sending you the final contract for signature
  • Agreeing the completion date (the date you will own the property)
  • Exchanging contracts and letting you know this has happened
  • Making arrangements for the money to be received from your lender and from you
  • Completing the purchase
  • Registering your purchase at Land Registry

If you’d like to know more about the Sale and Purchase Process, please see our Guide to Buying and Selling a Property.

Additional Costs
On top of your legal fees, there are additional costs you will need to pay. These include:

Stamp Duty Land Tax
You pay this on completion. You can calculate it with GOV.UK’s SDLT calculator if you’re buying England or on the Welsh Government website if you’re buying in Wales.

Search Fees
Approximately £300 (£360 including VAT) depending on the recommended searches for that area.

HM Land Registry Fee
Between £20 to £910 (no VAT) depending on certain criteria.

Completion of Stamp Duty Land Tax Form
£50 (£60 including VAT)

Bank Transfer Fee (per transfer)
£10 (£12 including VAT)

Costs Not Included

The following types of purchases are not included in the fee quoted above:

  • Shared ownership
  • New build purchases
  • Repossessions
  • Sitting tenant purchases
  • Where your mortgage lender instructs their own solicitor

If any of these apply to your purchase, call the Conveyancing Team on 0117 926 4121 for more information.

Please Note

Our fees assume that:

  • This is a standard transaction and there are no issues that we don’t know about such as (but not limited to) a defect in the title which needs to be addressed before completion or preparation of additional documents outside of the main transaction.
  • The transaction is completed within a reasonable timescale and there are no complications that were not anticipated.
  • Everyone involved in the transaction is cooperative and there are no unreasonable delays from third parties.
  • Indemnity policies are not required. There will be additional charges (an insurance premium) if you need an indemnity policy.

How Long Will It Take?
How long it takes to move into your property from when you make an offer depends on a number of factors. The process generally takes between 8-12 weeks.
The process can move more quickly or slowly depending on everyone in the chain. As a first time buyer, buying a new build with a mortgage agreed in principle, you could expect to exchange within 4-6 weeks. Completion will depend on when your property is built.

 

Sale of a Freehold House Up To £1million
You will pay legal fees to us to manage the sale of your property. These costs depend on the value of your property. They start from £800 (£960 including VAT) to £1,450 (£1,740 including VAT).

If you’re selling a property worth more than £1million, please call the conveyancing team on 0117 926 4121.

These fees include:

  • Taking instructions from you and giving you initial advice about the sale
  • Sending you the Property Information Form
  • Sending Fittings and Contents form
  • Preparing contract pack once all information is received
  • Sending contract pack to buyer’s solicitor
  • Responding to any legal enquires raised by the seller’s solicitor
  • Sending you the documents and contract for signature
  • Agreeing the completion date (the date you will sell your property)
  • Exchanging contracts and let you know this has happened
  • Getting an up to date mortgage redemption statement for completion date
  • Once funds are received from buyer, make payments to estate agents and mortgage company (if required) and settling our legal fees
  • Send you the balance funds or transfer funds on if you are purchasing another property.

If you’d like to know more about the Sale and Purchase Process, please see our Guide to Buying and Selling a Property.

Additional Costs
On top of your legal fees, there are additional costs you will need to pay. These include:

Bank Transfer Fee (per transfer)
£10 (£12 including VAT)

Land Registry Documents
Generally between £6 -£20 depending on the number of documents needed for your property

Please Note

Our fees assume that:

  • This is a standard transaction and there are no issues that we don’t know about such as (but not limited to) a defect in the title which needs to be addressed before completion or preparation of additional documents outside of the main transaction.
  • The transaction is completed within a reasonable timescale and there are no complications that were not anticipated.
  • Everyone involved in the transaction is cooperative and there are no unreasonable delays from third parties.
  • Indemnity policies are not required. There will be additional charges ( an insurance premium) if you need an indemnity policy.

How Long Will It Take?
How long it takes to sell your property depends on a number of factors. The process generally takes between 8-12 weeks. The process can move more quickly or slowly depending on everyone in the chain.

 

Remortgages
If you need to remortgage your property, these fees will apply:

House
£600 (£720 including VAT)

Flat
£695 (£834 including VAT)

Additional Costs
On top of your legal fees, there are additional costs you will need to pay. These include:

Bank Transfer Fee (per transfer)
£10 (£12 including VAT)

HM Land Registry Fee
Between £20 to £910 (no VAT) depending on certain criteria.

Search Fees
Approximately £300 (£360 including VAT) depending on the recommended searches for that area

Land Registry Documents
Generally between £6 -£20 depending on the number of documents needed for your property

 

Purchase of a Flat or Leasehold House Up To £1million
You will pay legal fees to us to manage the sale or purchase. These costs depend on the value of your property. They start from £845 (£1,014 including VAT) to £1,550 (£1,860 including VAT).

These fees include:

  • Taking instructions from you and giving you initial advice about the purchase
  • Receiving contract documents and offering you advice
  • Completing necessary searches on the house
  • Making enquires with the seller’s solicitor
  • Giving you advice on all documents and information received
  • Sending you the final contract for signature
  • Preparing the draft transfer
  • Getting pre-completion searches
  • Agreeing the completion date (the date you will own the property)
  • Exchanging contracts and letting you know this has happened
  • Making arrangements for the money to be received from your lender and from you
  • Completing the purchase
  • Serving notice on your landlord
  • Registering your purchase at Land Registry

Additional Costs
On top of your legal fees, there are additional costs you will need to pay. These include:

Stamp Duty Land Tax
You can calculate it with GOV.UK’s SDLT calculator if you’re buying England or on the Welsh Government website if you’re buying in Wales.

Search Fees
Approximately £300 (£360 including VAT) depending on the recommended searches for that area.

HM Land Registry Fee
Between £20 to £910 (no VAT) depending on certain criteria.

Completion of Stamp Duty Land Tax Form
£50 (£60 including VAT)

Bank Transfer Fee (per transfer)
£10 (£12 including VAT)

Costs Not Included
In addition to these costs, you may also face some more charges when you’re buying a flat. These are not included in the fees listed. These include:

  • Notice of transfer fee
  • Notice of charge fee
  • Deed of Covenant fee
  • Certificate of compliance fee

We can give you an exact figure once we’ve seen your documents.

You will probably also have to pay service charges and ground rent whilst you own the property and we’ll give you this information once we have it.

These types of transactions are also not included:

  • Shared ownership
  • New build purchases
  • Repossessions
  • Sitting tenant purchases

Please contact our conveyancing team for a quote on 0117 926 4121.

Please Note
Our fees assume that:

  • This is a standard transaction and there are no issues that we don’t know about such as (but not limited to) a defect in the title which needs to be addressed before completion or preparation of additional documents outside of the main transaction.
  • It is the assignment of an existing lease and not the grant of a new lease.
  • The transaction is completed within a reasonable timescale and there are no complications that were not anticipated.
  • Everyone involved in the transaction is cooperative and there are no unreasonable delays from third parties.
  • Indemnity policies are not required. There will be additional charges (an insurance premium) if you need an indemnity policy.

How Long Will It Take?
How long it takes to move into your property from when you make an offer does depend on a number of factors. The process generally takes between 8-12 weeks.
The process can move more quickly or slowly depending on everyone in the chain. As a first time buyer, buying a new build with a mortgage agreed in principle, you could expect to exchange within 4-6 weeks. Completion will depend on when your property is built.

 

Sale of a Flat or Leasehold House Up To £1million
You will pay legal fees to us to manage the sale of your flat. These costs depend on the value of your property. They start from £845 (£1,014 including VAT) to £1,550 (£1,860 including VAT).

These fees include:

  • Taking instructions from you and giving you initial advice about the sale
  • Sending you the Property Information and Leasehold Information Forms
  • Sending you a Fittings and Contents Form to complete
  • Getting a sales pack from your landlord or managing agent
  • Preparing draft contract documents once all information is received
  • Sending draft contracts to buyer’s solicitor
  • Responding to any legal enquiries raised by the seller’s solicitor
  • Sending you the documents and contract for signature
  • Agreeing the completion date (the date you will own the property)
  • Exchanging contracts and letting you know this has happened
  • Getting an up to date mortgage redemption statement for completion date
  • Once funds are received from buyer, make payments to estate agents and mortgage company (if required) and pay legal fees to us
  • Either pass on the balance of funds if you are purchasing another property or send the balance to you

Additional Costs
On top of your legal fees, there are additional costs you will need to pay. These include:

Bank Transfer Fee (per transfer)
£10 (£12 including VAT)

Land Registry Documents
Generally between £6 -£20 depending on the number of documents needed for your property.

Sales Pack from Landlord
Cost depends on your landlord or managing agent’s fees. Usually around £300 (£360 including VAT)

Costs Not Included
In addition to these costs, you may also face some additional charges when you’re selling a flat. These are not included in the fees listed. They are:

  • Shared ownership
  • Repossessions
  • Sitting tenant sales

Please contact our conveyancing team for a quote on 0117 926 4121.

Please Note

Our fees assume that:

  • This is a standard transaction and there are no issues that we don’t know about such as (but not limited to) a defect in the title which needs to be addressed before completion or preparation of additional documents outside of the main transaction.
  • It is the assignment of an existing lease and not the grant of a new lease.
  • The transaction is completed within a reasonable timescale and there are no complications that were not anticipated.
  • Everyone involved in the transaction is cooperative and there are no unreasonable delays from third parties.
  • Indemnity policies are not required. There will be additional charges (an insurance premium) if you need an indemnity policy.

How Long Will It Take?
How long it takes to sell your property does depend on a number of factors. The process generally takes between 10 - 14 weeks. The process can move more quickly or slowly depending on everyone in the chain.