Our Conveyancing and Residential Property Solicitors will expertly guide you through the process of moving house in what can be an incredibly stressful time. We provide you with a dedicated, qualified conveyancer to expertly handle your sale or purchase and keep you up to date from start to finish. Whether you’re based in one of our office locations, Chester, Congleton, Macclesfield and Stockport, or further afield in Cheshire, the North West and Wales we can help you through the conveyancing process.
We can also advise you on other Residential Property matters, such as co-ownership, first registrations, leasehold properties, and re-mortgages.
To get a quote or speak to our team of conveyancers, please call us on 0161 475 7676 or get in touch via our enquiry form.
What is conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the legal transfer of a property from one owner to another. During the process a conveyancer completes a number of key stages to ensure the property is ready to exchange contracts and complete the sale/purchase. They also aim to ensure all third parties, e.g. mortgage lenders and estate agents, are up to date to avoid unnecessary delays.
An overview of the conveyancing process:
- We take your instructions and you send us your ID to being proceedings.
- The seller’s solicitor prepares the contract and sends it to the buyer’s solicitor.
This involves drawing up a contract and requesting title deeds from the land registry.
- The buyer’s solicitor carries out searches, reviews the house survey and makes enquiries on the contract.
This involves requesting a number of searches e.g. local authority searches, land registry searches, and environmental and water searches, to find out more information about the property. As well as reviewing the survey and the contract to raise any concerns or questions with the seller’s solicitor.
Once the seller’s solicitor has responded to the enquiries and the solicitor and buyer are both happy the contract is approved.
- We prepare for exchange of contract.
- You sign the contract and contracts are exchanged with the other side.
- We prepare for completion.
This includes carrying out final searches and requesting a mortgage advance.
- Completion and you get your keys.
Once completed, we pay the stamp duty and register your purchase with the Land Registry.
How to choose your conveyancing solicitor?
Choosing your conveyancing solicitor can be just as important as choosing your new home. The right solicitor can help ease the stress of moving house, ensure your new home is legally documented with the Land Registry and help speed up the process to get you in your new home faster. Click through to our “how to choose your conveyancing solicitor” blog for advice on who to choose.
Why choose SAS Daniels?
At SAS Daniels we provide you with a dedicated, qualified conveyancer to carry out your house sale or purchase. You are given their direct dial and direct email address at the beginning of the process and we will send you regularly updates by phone, email and text throughout the process. We also have a number of highly experienced support staff on hand to assist the conveyancers with your sale or purchase, they ensure matters keep moving forward and are able to advise our clients on the progress of their matter.
Our team are accredited by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) which provides house buyers and sellers with a trusted conveyancer who has the technical expertise and best practice skills to guide them through the conveyancing process.
When it comes to costs, we offer a fixed price for our legal fees so that there are no unexpected costs at the end of your matter. There will also be third party costs to pay during the conveyancing process, these are costs which we incur on your behalf for items such as searches and stamp duty. All costs, including those from third parties, will be fully explained to you before any work is carried out. You can also view our conveyancing costs and examples of third party costs here.
To get a quote or speak to our conveyancing solicitors, please call us on 0161 475 7676 or get in touch via our contact form.