The timing of each transaction will vary and will depend on many factors including the personal circumstances of the individuals within the chain, their financial arrangements and the complexity of the titles for any property involved.
It is important to give your conveyancer all the information requested as quickly as possible, make sure you have all the documents you need readily available. Please do inform us if a fixed completion date, or proposed completion timescale, has been agreed in principle when any sale or purchase is agreed.
The buying or selling conveyancing process starts for you once an offer is accepted on a property. Our timescales start from the point of instruction. We have created a step-by-step conveyancing guide for buying and selling property. It breaks the process down into simple steps – you can download a copy to help keep you on track.
There are a number of factors that influence how long your conveyancing transaction takes, here is where common delays may occur and how you can try to avoid them.
At Sheltons we make it our mission to help to you get through the conveyancing process as quickly and efficiently as possible. Contact our conveyancing team for more information or conveyancing quote.
Disclaimer: the above information is only a rough guide to give you an indication of timeframes for conveyancing.
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Residential Conveyancing - A big thanks to everyone for making our 3 transactions as straightforward as you did. We were very impressed by the way we were dealt with. Efficient, friendly and personal care. We are very happy in our new home and hope not to need you in the near future!
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