Can we help you?
We offer a full range of services to assist you in buying and selling-your property whether it is your home or business and whether it is leasehold or freehold.
We can also assist you with transfers, re-mortgages and any other aspects applicable to property such as advice on joint property ownership and residential leasehold extensions.
“Jaswinder Veratch joined Sanders Witherspoon LLP in 2020 and heads up the Conveyancing Department. Jaswinder deals with property related matters, including sales, purchases, transfer of equity and remortgages”
Jaswinder Veratch -
Residential Property Solicitor
Fixed costs with no hidden fees or charges.
Over 50 Years' Experience
A team of specialists in each field, we're ready to offer advice and representation.
What are conveyancing solicitor fees?
We have NO HIDDEN COSTS with fixed prices to make sure you know how much you'll spend. If you're getting quotes from numerous conveyancing solicitors, be sure to ask if the prices are all inclusive.
You can see our conveyancing costs and fees here or make an enquiry below.
*Further fees may be added when dealing with requirements under the Building Safety Act 2022.
Why do I need a property conveyancing solicitor?
A property conveyancing solicitor can help you with the legal transfer of a property from one person to another. The conveyancing process allows the buyer to secure the title to the land, together with the rights that run with the land. It is a chance for the buyer to be aware of any restrictions in advance of the purchase.
A property conveyancing solicitor will handle every legal aspect of your property transaction including;
Correct registration of all paperwork
Any clauses in contracts that were put there by the parties
Any issues relating to boundaries
Ensuring the transaction remains within the limits of the law
Other financial or legal matters that may arise during the cause of your transaction
What is DIY property conveyancing?
This is managing all legal aspects of the property conveyancing transaction yourself. This is useful if you don't want to pay the property conveyancing fees, but not such a good idea if you have no legal experience of property conveyancing as it could end up costing you far more further down the line.
Doing it yourself means you will save on solicitors fees only. You'll still have to pay stamp duty and other fees that you may be eligible to pay. Bear in mind that if something goes wrong, you have no one else to blame, while a property conveyancing solicitor will have indemnity insurance to cover this.
Does my conveyancing solicitor need to be near me?
The best property conveyancing solicitors should be able to help you with your transaction wherever you are. However you may want to meet them face to face or be able to visit the office.
Sanders Witherspoon provide conveyancing services to clients throughout Essex and the UK including; Romford, Bedford, Benfleet, Chelmsford, Basildon, Brentwood.