Conveyancing fees

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You can now compare the conveyancing fees of various property solicitors in UK and get out the best deals in conveyancing

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Conveyancing fees

  1. 1. Conveyancing Fees<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li> Conveyancing is the method by which one can transfer a property to an another party
  3. 3. The conveyancing fees is decided by the type of property and the property solicitors who are working for you
  4. 4. Conveyancing fees for the freehold property costs the least, whereas, conveyancing fees for unregistered property costs the maximum</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Its always better to have different solicitors for both sellers and buyers to prevent vested interests.
  5. 5. The conveyancing fees are normally monitored by the Law society
  6. 6. Your solicitors shall require you to complete various forms that they shall mail to you, at the earliest</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Freehold property are basically those type of property in which the owner have the full authority over the property.
  7. 7. Transferring such a property, takes less job for the solicitors, and hence the conveyancing fees is the least for this type of property. </li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Leasehold property are those property in which the owner have the authority over the property, only for a certain period of time called the lease period
  8. 8. Once the period is over, the ownership is transferred to the original owner.
  9. 9. Hence , it requires more work for the property solicitors, and hence the conveyancing fees is more.</li>

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