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GLOSSARY OF PROPERTY TERMS
No matter how many times you have been through it, the process of buying or selling property can be very confusing. Both first time buyers and experienced property investors are likely to come across terms that are only used in conveyancing. We are here to help to make this process smoother.
Buying and selling property can be a confusing time, as well as stressful. We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about the conveyancing process. Here is a selection, and you can view all Conveyancing FAQs here.
How much does conveyancing cost?
Conveyancing usually costs upwards of £500 but depends on many variables, including but not limited to the price of your property and if it's freehold.
What are conveyancing property searches?
Conveyancing searches, or property searches are formal enquiries into official registers or local authorities to find out specific information about the property.
What is the Exchange of Contracts?
Exchange of Contracts is when the buyer’s and seller’s solicitors check all contracts have been signed and a completion date is arranged and deposit paid.
What happens on completion?
Completion is the final point in conveyancing when all money has been transferred, ownership of property has been passed on to the buyer and the keys are handed over.
Will I have to pay Stamp Duty (SDLT)?
Stamp Duty is payable to the government and is worked out in levels. SDLT is payable for those buying a property which is above a certain purchase price.