Countrywide Shares Fall 20% On Profit Warning

  Shares in Countrywide were down 8.3% at 81.557 pence each at Thursday midday, having hit as low as 67.70p earlier in the session. Countrywide shares have fallen nearly 90% since hitting its all-time high of 701.00p in March 2014. This comes  after a surprise statement declaring it was cutting its expected income forecast this year. In […]

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How Long Do Solicitors Take To Exchange Contracts?

On average, the exchange of contracts for a property purchase in the UK takes six-eight weeks. However, the conveyancing process can be longer or shorter depending on the complexity of the purchase. When do I exchange contracts? Exchange usually takes place seven to 28 days before completion, although it is possible to exchange and complete […]

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What Is The Difference Between A Solicitor And A Conveyancer?

When buying and selling property, this is one of the first questions you should ask. Knowing the difference between a solicitor and a conveyancer will help you to employ the right person for the job, saving you money or ensuring you have the legal backup you require. What is the difference between a solicitor and […]

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How To Choose A Solicitor For Conveyancing

Finding a good conveyancing solicitor will make the process of buying and selling your property run much more smoothly. But how do you find a really good solicitor to handle your conveyancing? What is conveyancing? Put simply, conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from the seller to the buyer. […]

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What Does A Conveyancer Do When Buying A House?

Conveyancing is required for when you choose to buy or sell a house. So, what does a conveyancer do when buying a house? This is a complex process in which they help you through the legalities and transition process. Below we explain in more detail the role of the conveyancer and how they assist you […]

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How To Instruct A Solicitor For Conveyancing

When’s the right time to instruct your solicitor? If you want your purchase to move as quickly and smoothly as possible, buyers should think about instructing a solicitor before they put in an offer on a ‘no move, no fee’ basis. The faster the paperwork can be handled the more quickly you’ll exchange. When should […]

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Can I Do My Own Conveyancing?

If you’re wondering whether you can do your own conveyancing, the answer is yes. You can save time and money by doing the paperwork yourself, but it can be risky and if there’s a mortgage involved you’ll almost certainly have to use a solicitor or licensed conveyancer. However, if it’s a straightforward cash purchase, then […]

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How Long Does Conveyancing Take In Scotland?

If you’re buying a house in Scotland, you might be struggling to find a clear-cut answer to how long you can expect to wait for the conveyancing process to get the keys to your new home into your pocket. Getting started The clock starts ticking as soon as your offer is accepted. Your conveyancer and […]

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When Do You Pay Conveyancing Solicitors?

The conveyancing process refers to the exchange of home ownership from the seller to the buyer. The whole process can be incredibly confusing, especially when you do not know the order in which things happen and when you need to pay your conveyancing solicitor. Below, we explain this confusing process for you. Instructing your conveyancing […]

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What Searches Are Involved In Conveyancing?

Conveyancing searches are the standard enquiries which are conducted by a property purchaser’s solicitor or conveyancer prior to the legal purchase of the property. Searches can provide critical information about properties and should not be neglected in the buying process. Although a cash property buyer could proceed with a property purchase without undertaking conveyancing searches, […]

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