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Buying and/or selling a property can be a very stressful time and our aim is to make the whole process as smooth and as stress free as possible.

With our sophisticated case management system, our clients are able to check on the progress of their case at anytime using our on-line web case tracking facility.

It can be an expensive process with things like estate agents and surveyors report fees to pay for. With this in mind we are able to offer a competitive fixed fee for buying, selling and re-mortgaging. We will, in most cases, be able to provide an accurate estimate of the likely funds you will need to fund the transaction, so you know what to expect and can budget accordingly.

What expenses (known as “disbursements”), you will have to pay for will depend on whether you are buying or selling a property, the price and the searches required for the area where the property is situated. Typical expense when buying a property can include: Land Registry, Local Authority*, Water & Drainage and Environmental Search fees, Land Registration and Bank Transfer fees*. *also apply when selling and re-mortgaging.

In addition, you will need to make sure that you have sufficient funds to cover the deposit, any mortgage arrangement fee, survey report fee, & any stamp duty land tax due (when buying) – any estate agents fees, mortgage redemption fee & any capital gains tax due (when selling).

Raza Khurshid, Partner, is the Head of our Conveyancing Department and specialist conveyancer and can discuss your circumstances further with you and provide you. Click ONLINE QUOTE now for a quick no obligation quote for residential property – please contact us for a written quote if the transaction relates to commercial property.



In a bid to tackle serious organised crime, since 2003 new anti-money laundering laws have been implemented. Under these laws, solicitors undertaking certain types of work have more onerous reporting and record-keeping requirements that must be adhered to.

Accordingly, we are required to obtain from all clients, without exception, documentary evidence verifying that they are who they say they are and where they live, in order to satisfy our obligations. For that purpose, before we carry out any work on your behalf, you must send us two original documents to confirm your identity and address, such as:-

  • Passport or full (picture) driving licence AND
  • Recent utility bill, bank or credit card statement.

We will take copies of these documents for our records and return them immediately to you.

PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to take any steps on your behalf until we have received adequate identification documents. If you delay in sending these it will delay the transaction. We do not recommend that you send important documents through the post. If it is not convenient for you to drop them off, then you can get a local solicitor to certify copies of the originals and send these to us.


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