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At a sixth of the size of England, Wales covers a vast area of beautiful coastline, mountain ranges, national parks and urban areas. Its capital city of Cardiff has been a popular residential location for many. If you are considering a move to Cardiff, Wales or the surrounding area, our Conveyancing Solicitors in Cardiff are on hand to help.


Here at Express Conveyancing, our conveyancing solicitors in Cardiff are ready to help with your next property sale, purchase, remortgage or transfer in Cardiff and across Wales. We can handle both residential and commercial properties with ease. We also work with a number of estate agents, auctioneers and mortgage brokers across the country meaning our property solicitors Cardiff have well established networks for all types of property purchase, be it through an estate agent, an auction or a private sale, and regardless of the way in which you are financing your purchase.


Each client instructing through Express will get a named conveyancing solicitor as well as a dedicated case manager through our nationwide panel of conveyancing solicitors. So, you will always be able to get in touch with someone to find out where your transaction is at and what the next steps are. We work with some of the finest firms in England and Wales. We have developed our working methods to ensure we complement the process and provide support to you and your conveyancing solicitor where needed.

We provide regular updates through our online case tracking system, meaning you can keep a track of what we are doing and when.

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We offer no completion, no fee on all of our first transactions. The only exceptions are the few initial disbursements payable to third parties. At the point of contacting us, we will provide you with a transparent fee illustration showing what you will need to pay. There should be no hidden fees. All of this helps with the cost of conveyancing solicitors in Cardiff.

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Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and has been since 1955. With a population of over 480,000, it is the 11th largest city in the United Kingdom, but one of the smallest city capitals in Europe. Whilst also comparing Cardiff to the rest of Europe, it is thought that Cardiff has more sunlight hours than Milan in Italy.

Cardiff and the wider area of Wales have a vibrant history, in the main stemming from coal production and its exportation. Interestingly, it was the coal industry that resulted in the first million pound deal in the world happening right here in Cardiff. Cardiff was also the first Fair Trade capital in the entire world.

Cardiff is the birthplace of many famous faces, including Shirley Bassey, Griff Rhys-Jones, Charlotte Church, Ivor Novello and Ryan Giggs. Roald Dahl was born in Cardiff in 1916 and grew up in the surrounding area. Captain Morgan, the creator of the infamous rum was born and spent his childhood in Cardiff before moving to the Caribbean following time in the army.

Cardiff as a city has a wide range of house types, ranging from Victorian properties, some of which have been converted into flats and student accommodation, especially those in Roath and Cathays which are close to the university campus. Many areas in the north of the city, such as Cyncoed, Lisvane and Thornhill, are occupied by larger 3- and 4-bedroom houses, both semidetached and detached. These areas are popular with families due to the prevalence of parks and schools. The same can be said for West and East fringes of Cardiff. We have a wide range of experience of handling different property types and in different areas so can assist regardless of the direction your conveyancing in Cardiff takes. The cost of conveyancing solicitors in Cardiff varies depending on the firm you select, the type of property and specific mechanics of your transaction, such as financing, and so it is important for you to consider quotes carefully.

The city has undergone some recent redevelopment projects including Europe’s largest waterfront development project. This involved the redevelopment of 2700 acres of formerly derelict land and is said to have cost £102 million. The investment has made an incredible difference to the city of Cardiff, has resulted in it being a popular place to visit, study and live. Let our property solicitors Cardiff help with your next property move.

Get in touch with one of our team of Cardiff conveyancing solicitors today either via telephone on 0800 799 9892 or email us on You can also use our “get quote” function on our homepage in order to obtain an instant quote right to your inbox from our conveyancing solicitors Cardiff


Wales as a country covers a vast area of mountains, valleys and coast lines, which makes it a popular tourist destination especially for those wanting to explore the great outdoors. The country has 1,680 miles of coastline, much of it ready accessible to walkers as part of the Wales Coast Path. The country is home to over 600 castles and three national parks, being the Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire Coast and Snowdonia National Park. The latter is the location of the highest mountain in Wales, Snowdon or Yr Wyddfa in Welsh. The national parks in Wales cover 20% of the area of the country. In addition, there are five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Wales; the Gower Peninsula, the Llyn Peninsula, the Clwydian Range, the Dee Valley and the Wye Valley.

Wales is recognised as a bilingual country with many residents speaking either English, Welsh or both. The Royal Mint is based in Wales at Llantrisant and is the place in which all the coins in the United Kingdom are manufactured.

Since 1994, Wales has been separated into 22 Unitary Authorities, eight of which are county boroughs, representative of areas with large population density and the remaining fourteen are counties, which generally are more rural in nature.

Here at Express Conveyancing we have a team of Conveyancing Solicitors Wales on hand to help guide you through your next property transaction.

Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Blaenau Gwent): The county borough of Blaenau Gwent is located in the southeast of Wales and is the location for towns including Abertillery, Brynmawar, Ebbw Vale and Tredegar. In 2020, neolithic remains were found by local archaeologists.

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Bridgend County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr): Bridgend is undergoing major redevelopment works after a rich history as an important place on the map. With signs of prehistoric, Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Norman settlements, Bridgend was well known as a significant agricultural and then later market town. Coal discoveries in the South Wales Valleys lead to Bridgend becoming a centre for coal mining, but also ironworks and brick works. During the Second World War, Bridgend was the location of both a Prisoner of War Camp and Munitions factory and later the munitions facilities were converted and used as part of the Cold War effort. Bridgend remains a popular place to live and work, with redevelopments and in the influx of big high street names all contributing to its popularity. Our conveyancing solicitors in Bridgend have experience of handling properties built on redevelopment sites. So to work with our team of conveyancing solicitors Bridgend, get in touch with us today.

Caerphilly County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Caerffili): Bordering Cardiff to the North of the capital, Caerphilly consists of towns Caerphilly, Bedwas, Ystrad, Risca, Newbridge, Mynach, Bargoed, Blackwood, New Tredefar and Rhymney. The area was prominent in the Industrial Revolution due to its proximity to the Rhymney Valley to the North of the county. Caerphilly is home to a beautiful castle dating back to 1268, which remains the largest castle in Wales, second largest next to Windsor Castle in the UK and one of the best examples of 13th Century military architecture. If you are looking for a home in this beautiful historic part of Wales, work with our team of conveyancing solicitors in Caerphilly who will guide you through each step of the process. Get in touch via telephone or email to talk with our team of conveyancing solicitors Caerphilly

Cardiff Council (Cyngor Caerdydd): Home to the capital city of Wales.

Carmarthenshire County Council (Cyngor Sir Gaerfyrddin): A large county to the southwest of Wales, which is mainly agricultural in nature, but is home to the three towns, Carmarthen, Llanelli and Ammanford. Carmarthenshire is fondly known as the Garden of Wales and is the location of the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Although largely agricultural, the southeast of the county does benefit from industry. Today, Carmarthenshire is a popular tourist destination.

Ceredigion County Council (Cyngor Sir Ceredigion): To the north of Carmarthernshire and stretching along 50 miles of coast line, Ceredigion’s largest settlements are Aberystwyth and Cardigan. Two prominent Welsh universities make their home in the county and the county remains agricultural in the main with no main commercial locations. The popular Blue Flag Award beaches, heritage coast path and Cambrian Mountains make it a popular tourist destination.

Conwy County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Conwy): As a northern coastal county, a third of Conwy county falls within the Snowdonia National Park. Like much of North Wales, Conwy has a high number of Welsh speakers. One of the largest towns, Conwy is also home to Conwy Castle, which is consideredone of the finest examples of medieval fortresses in the whole of Europe.

Denbighshire County Council (Cyngor Sir Ddinbych): Denbighshire is a county with a small section of coastline to the North of Wales. The county has evidence of being the oldest known place of habitation in Wales, with Neanderthal remains found. There are a number of famous castles in the county and the Clwydian Range, both of which make the area popular with tourists during the summer months.

Flintshire County Council (Cyngor Sir y Fflint): Bordering England at Cheshire, Flintshire is part of the Welsh Marches which is an area of the country where Wales and England meet. Large towns within the county are Flint, Buckley, Connah’s Quay and Mold. Flintshire has been known as a Fairtrade County since 2004 and was the home of several infamous Welsh Footballers including Michael Owen.

Gwynedd Council (Cyngor Sir Gwynedd): Gwynedd is a large county in the North East of Wales. Much of the county has National Park status in that Snowdonia National Park falls within the county and in addition, the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula. Gwynedd is also home to the highest number of Welsh speakers over any other part of Wales.

Isle of Anglesey County Council (Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn): The Isle of Anglesey is the largest island in North Wales and amongst the top 10 largest in Britain. The island’s coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and results in the area being popular with tourists. Agriculture and diary farming are also prominent on the island.

Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Merthyr Tudful): Situated in the south east of Wales, the county’s close proximity to the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Taff Bargoed Valley and Fforest Fawr Geopark all make for a popular tourist location. The county has also seen some of the fastest rises in house prices in the UK due to its recognition as a commuter location.

Monmouthshire County Council (Cyngor Sir Fynwy): Bordering England to the East, Monmouthshire is part of the Welsh Marches. The county also benefits from numerous historic castles and proximity to popular tourist attractions such as the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and the Black Mountains.

Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Castell-nedd Port Talbot): This coastal county is one of the more populated counties in Wales, with mainly English speakers living close to the coast and Welsh speakers residing inland in the northern valleys. The county has undergone many changes with respect to employment opportunities for residents.

Newport City Council (Cyngor Dinas Casnewydd): Newport is the third largest city in Wales and benefits from a rich history as an important port, dating back to the Bronze age and more recently in particular for the export of coal. More recently the city has undergone some large redevelopment projects, all of which have improved the city for the better. In being the third largest city in Wales, Newport is popular with people looking to set up a home in the proximity of their workplace, with good facilities and transport links. We have a team of Conveyancing solicitors Newport on hand to help guide you through the process of purchasing a home here.

Pembrokeshire County Council (Cyngor Sir Penfro): Whilst historically an area known for mining and fishing, the county is now well known for its tourism, alongside oil, gas and agriculture. Today the county is well known for its award-winning beaches, 190 mile coastal path and mild climate.

Powys County Council (Cyngor Sir Powys): This largely mountainous county is the largest in Wales but has the lowest population density.

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Rhondda Cynon Taf): The south eastern county is made up of five valleys in the main with the town of Aberdare being the most populated.

City and County of Swansea (Cyngor Sir a Dinas Abertawe): Swansea is the second largest city in Wales after Cardiff with a coast line making up part of the Gower Peninsula. The city’s history includes prominence in the copper smelting industry during the 19th Century, however evidence of inhabitation dates right back to the palaeolithic times. Unsuprisingly due to its size, Swansea is popular with homebuyers and property investors. Let our team of conveyancing solicitors in Swansea guide you through the process of purchasing a home here. Given the rich industrial history in large parts of Wales, it is important to ensure your solicitor is up to speed with the latest search requirements in such areas. Our team of conveyancing solicitors Swansea have the experience and expertise needed here.

The Vale of Glamorgan County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Bro Morgannwg): In the main, the economy of this county is heavily focussed on agriculture and chemicals, however the Glamorgan Heritage Coast is well known for its fossils dating back to the Jurassic Era.

Torfaen County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Torfaen): Torafen is in the south east of Wales and is mainly urban to the south and rural to the North.

Wrexham County Borough Council (Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Wrecsam): Sharing a border with England to the east, Wrexham is a popular residential location in Wales. Traditional industry focused on coal mining and brewing however the county contains a number of popular tourist attractions including three of the seven wonders of Wales and the Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Being a border town, property in Wrexham requires someone with the expertise to help with property in both England and Wales, and our conveyancing solicitors Wrexham have just this knowledge. As a popular tourist attraction, you may wish to invest in a holiday let property here, let our team of conveyancing solicitors in Wrexham help take the stress out of this process for you.


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