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Are you buying, selling or remortgaging your home in Leeds? Get an instant fixed fee conveyancing quote from an impartial, accredited licensed conveyancer or solicitor covering the Leeds area.

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Get a great price for conveyancing in Leeds using our conveyancing quote comparison. Find your conveyancing solicitor today with a fast and free quote for friendly and efficient property solicitors covering Leeds and surrounding areas.

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Buying or selling residential property in Leeds and looking for quality conveyancing services? Look no further, get a quick quote in under 30 seconds. Fully itemised including all fees and disbursements, meaning no expensive fees unexpectedly added later.

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It’s very simple to get your quote online today. Simply add the details of the property you are buying or selling to the quote form and we’ll generate your quote based on your transaction information.

Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need to have searches?

Searches are not a legal requirement when you are buying a home but if you are buying with a mortgage the lender will require them. This is because they want access to all of the information to protect their investment. If you are a cash buyer you can decide not to have searches but for quite a small fee they will give you peace of mind that the property you are buying is a sound investment and you won’t face problems in the future.

How is my Stamp Duty calculated?

Stamp Duty SDLT is a complicated tax that has changed many times. Your conveyancing solicitor will calculate the right amount of Stamp Duty you will be expected to pay.

Does my conveyancer need to be local?

No, your conveyancer does not need to be local. You will never be expected to go into the offices of your chosen property solicitor as all of their work is completed online and remotely. Because of this it doesn’t matter where your conveyancer is located. Many people think a local solicitor will be better but in reality it doesn’t matter. As such many of our clients have chosen based on a combination of price and quality of service.

Can I do my own conveyancing?

Legally yes you can do your own conveyancing but we would never recommend it. Conveyancers and property lawyers have trained for many years and know exactly what needs to be done in a property transaction. When you instruct a conveyancer they are working on your behalf and to protect you and the investment you are making. They deal with complex legal matters on a daily basis and know the questions to ask, what to look out for and how to get this done in the quickest time possible.

My estate agent has recommended a conveyancer, should I use them?

You are not obliged to use the conveyancer recommended by your estate agent. It’s important to know that the estate agent will receive a referral fee from the law firm and this fee is passed onto you in the fees you are quoted. This is not always a bad thing, if you are happy with the quote you receive then there is no reason not to go ahead. It is always worthwhile getting an alternative quote to check the fees are not unusually high. Get a comparison quote with us today.

We are always happy to help or give advice on specifc conveyanicng quesitons you may have.
Just give us a call on 0333 300 1870

Wonderful Leeds

Leeds is a thriving multi-cultural city, the 4th largest in the UK. Having said that Leeds is an incredibly green city with lots of city parks and country houses. Some of the best and most popular include Roundhay Park, Harewood House and Temple Newsham.

The Leeds accent is wonderful and confusing if you’re not from Yorkshire, some of the words and phrasing might meaning nothing to you!

Mardy: moody or irritable
Ey up: a friendly greeting
Croggie: backie or riding on the back of a push bike
Brossend: full to bursting
Gip: being sick
Gander: to have a look at something

As well as it’s big appeal for students with 3 quality universities, Leeds appeals to young professionals and families because of its culture, nightlife and recent regeneration. Some of the most popular areas to live include Chapel Allerton, Horsforth, Headingley, Otley, Meanwood, Alwoodley and Bramhope.

Famous People from Leeds

Sir Edmund Happold is a famous structural engineer from Leeds. Some of his works are the most famous in the world including The Pompidou Centre, Sydney Opera House, Hyde Park Barracks and Riyadh Conference Centre. Other famous ‘Loiners’ include Nicola Adams, Bel B, Leigh Francis, Jonny and Alistair Brownlee, Alan Bennett and Kay Mellor.

Try This in Leeds

If you live in or are visiting Leeds try afternoon tea on a riverboat. Yorkshire Hire Cruises offer a cruise on the River Aire on an authentic fly boat. Cruise into the countryside and take in famous landmarks whilst enjoying afternoon tea.

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Get an instant online quote for conveyancing solicitors in Leeds, it takes less than 30 seconds. Whether you are buying or selling a property we will create a bespoke quote for your needs. All fees and disbursements included.

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