How our online conveyancing calculator works
We’ll ask you a few simple details relating to your property transaction and give you a detailed estimate that looks like the below example:
We’ll be transparent throughout the process providing you with a detailed breakdown of what’s included in our conveyancing quote, broken down item by item, from the very start.
You can email the quote to yourself, instruct us directly from the quote page or get in touch with one of our conveyancing experts to discuss in more detail.
How to use our conveyancing calculator
First you need to tell us what type of transaction you’re looking to do, you’ll be asked to select from the following options:
- Purchase of a property
- Sell a property
- Remortgage a property
- Buy and sell a property at the same time
We’ll ask you about the property you’re buying or selling, we’ll also ask you for some basis contact details.
What details do we need?
To help us generate your free conveyancing quote we’ll need your contact details and some basic details about your property transaction including the transaction type, value and address of the property concerned.
Property transaction details
We’ll ask you a couple of questions about the property you want to buy or sell, including:
- The price
- How many parties are involved
- The tenure (freehold/leasehold)
- The address of the property
We’ll ask you details such as your name, email address and phone number so that one of our solicitors can get in touch and discuss your quote.
Why do we need this information?
The questions in our free conveyancing calculator have been specifically developed to produce an accurate and transparent quote for the type of property transaction you’re planning to undertake.
We ask about the property transaction so that the right person can get in touch, and deal with your needs as efficiently as possible.
*Please note we only have Jurisdiction to act in England & Wales. Should you require a quote regarding a property in Scotland please seek a local solicitor.