Conveyancing is the legal process that covers the sale or purchase of a property from one person to another. The typical length of time it takes for a conveyancing transaction to complete is about 8 weeks.
The Conveyancing Process
The conveyancing process varies depending on whether you are buying, selling, remortgaging or requesting an equity transfer (or a mixture of transactions) for your property.
Our conveyancing guides below contain detailed information about the process for each transaction type:
Land Registry Fees
Land registry fees are payable on most property transactions. You can find further information about current land registry fees on the Land Registry website.
Stamp duty is a tax that is payable on property purchases above a certain value. The stamp duty thresholds change from time to time. For current stamp duty rates and more information about stamp duty visit the HMLR stamp duty page.
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