Conveyancing & Property Fees
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At Samuels we offer a fixed fee residential conveyancing service.
The fees we offer will vary depending on factors such as the value and complexity of the property involved, and the circumstances of the parties to the transaction.
If you are obtaining other quotes you may find that we are not the cheapest. Our aim is not to undercut our rivals but to offer a personal and expert service at a realistic price.
If we need to increase our fees due to an unforeseen issue then we will discuss this with you at the earliest opportunity as we are very aware that certainty is critical when budgeting for a property purchase.
Our fixed conveyancing fees
Price of property Legal fees starting from
Up to £500,000 £1,050 plus VAT (£1,260)
£500,001 - £750,000 £1,200 plus VAT (£1,440)
£750,000 - £1,000,000 £1,350 plus VAT (£1,620)
£1,000,001 - £1,500,000 £1,500 plus VAT (£1,800)
£1,500,001 + please contact us for a quote
- Fees for a re-mortgage start at £500 plus VAT (£600).
- If you have a Help to Buy ISA, an additional fee of £50 plus VAT (£60) per ISA will apply.
- We always quote our fees as being £x plus VAT. VAT will be added to your final bill.
- Where the property is leasehold, not registered at the Land Registry, a new build, has a share in a management company or any other additional complexities, the fee may be more.
Please call us with your requirements and we would be delighted to provide you with an accurate fee estimate.
Will there be any additional costs?
In most cases, there are out of pocket expenses known as disbursements, which we will add to your final bill. These include the cost of copy title documents from the Land Registry, search fees, leasehold information packs.
We will be able to advise you of the most likely disbursements when providing you with our fee quote.
We will charge VAT on the disbursements which are added to your final bill.
VAT is currently 20%.
How long will my conveyancing transaction take to complete?
The time taken from when we receive your initial instructions, until the completion of a standard residential sale or purchase will depend on a number of factors, but the average transaction takes between 10 and 12 weeks.
There are various factors which can affect how long it will take to complete your transaction. It can be quicker or slower, depending on certain factors such as the position of the parties in the chain, whether a mortgage is required to fund the purchase price, if there are any title defects to resolve prior to completion or if information or consent is required from third parties such as landlords or managing agents.
We will always discuss the likely timescales involved in your particular transaction, at the appropriate time.