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Conveyancing Supermarket are your number one stop for all things conveyancing

If you don’t understand the conveyancing process don’t worry you’re not alone! Many people are nervous about dealing with a solicitor and don’t know what to expect. We have plenty of advice to make your house move as stress free as possible.

Here you’ll find all the information you need about the legal aspects of buying and selling a property, a process called conveyancing.

Be prepared, get organised and enjoy this exciting time!

The Conveyancing Process

Buying or selling your home can be worrying and stressful especially if you don't understand the legal process, known as conveyancing.

Exchanging Contracts

Do you know the difference between exchanging contracts and completion. These final stages of your transaction can cause confusion. It's important to understand the impact of exchanging contracts and a transaction falling through.

A Guide to Remortgaging

If you already have a mortgage and are looking to move lender, or if you want to borrow money against it, we have the definitive guide to the remortgage conveyancing process.

A Guide to Remortgaging

If you already have a mortgage and are looking to move lender, or if you want to borrow money against it, we have the definitive guide to the remortgage conveyancing process.

Moving House Timeline

There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes when you're buying or selling so its important to be prepared. Our advice on what to organise and when.

Moving House Timeline

There is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes when you're buying or selling so its important to be prepared. Our advice on what to organise and when.

Choosing An Estate Agent

Picking an Estate Agent to sell your home is a big decision. There are many factors to consider when deciding who is best for you.

Conveyancing FAQs

Some of our most commonly asked questions answered for you.

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)

If you’re buying a home in England or Northern Ireland and paying more than £125,000, you will have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT). Read our guide and use our simple stamp duty calculator to see how much you could pay