Conveyancing Solicitors In Edgbaston

Lying approximately 3 miles southwest of Birmingham city centre, Edgbaston is one of the most exclusive postcodes outside of London. If Edgbaston or the surrounding area is the place for you, let our conveyancing solicitors in Edgbaston help you with your next property move.


Edgbaston was named in the Domesday book. In the early 1700’s, the land was purchased by one of Birmingham’s most prominent landowners and remained under the control of the Gough-Calthorpe and Gillott families for a number of years. As part of their ownership, they resisted the industrialisation that affected other parts of the city and instead decided to attract wealthy residents. As a result, Edgbaston is full of beautiful Georgian and Victorian villas built along tree lined avenues, especially in the Calthorpe Estate which is an active conservation area, rather than the factories and warehouses which feature heavily in other parts of the city.

The exclusivity of Edgbaston continues with its many sporting connections. Edgbaston is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and has also been a world-famous venue for international cricket for over 100 years, hosting the England Cricket team in both one-day international matches and test matches. One of the top three golf courses in Warwickshire is also in Edgbaston and covers a vast area of beautiful parkland. The oldest lawn tennis club is situated in Edgbaston along with an archery society.

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From an academic perspective, Edgbaston is home to the University of Birmingham and Birmingham Medical School along with eight of the nine Birmingham based independent schools. The area was the teenage home to J. R. R. Tolkien who is said to have based his stories around Birmingham and the surrounding area.


Express Conveyancing have established a nationwide panel, working in partnership with some of the premium hand-picked conveyancing firms in England and Wales. We work together to achieve one outcome, making your next property move as seamless and low pressure as possible. All of our conveyancers have a wide knowledge base and industry expertise in all areas of property law and conveyancing, therefore making them experienced to handle your property transaction.


We work with our panel conveyancers in Edgbaston to ensure that we are entirely clear and transparent on fees throughout a transaction. We appreciate how expenses can mount up during a house move and we want to safeguard how much you will be paying in legal fees and associated disbursements prior to instructing. All clients enquiring with Express Conveyancing are given an itemised quote listing the legal fee, any property or transaction specific supplements and disbursements. Our quotes stay the same providing the mechanism of your transaction is also the same as the transaction progresses. If anything does change, your conveyancer will discuss this with you as soon as it becomes known before proceeding further. We suggest clients discuss their transaction with us. If you feel there is anything non-standard about your transaction that might affect the fees quoted, please talk to one of our team.


All individual conveyancing firms we work with are approved by either the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) or the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC). We have worked closely with all of our firms and developed good working relationships with all of our firms to ensure we all co-operate to achieve the best possible experience for our clients.

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All clients have a number of dedicated professionals working on their case. These include:

Conveyancer – Your transaction(s) will be allocated to a named conveyancing solicitor who will take responsibility for all the legal work on your transaction. Clients are matched by transaction specifics, case volumes and conveyancer specialities to ensure they are allocated to the very best team to progress your transaction as smoothly as possible.

Conveyancing Assistants – Most conveyancers have assistants and colleagues working alongside in the progression of your file. All individuals working on your file has the experience and capability to guide you through the transaction.

Express Case Manager –Express Conveyancing clients are assigned a to dedicated case manager as well as a named conveyancer. The role of the case manager is to be available to offer support to you and the conveyancing team. We can also bridge the gap in communication between estate agents, mortgage brokers and other professionals in the process to ensure they have regular transaction updates. On instruction, we also give you access to an online case tracker that you can use to upload documents, track progress of the case, find an overview of the main steps in the transaction and send update requests.


One of the questions clients ask most often when approaching Express Conveyancing is how does our no completion, no fee policy work in practice. With Express Conveyancing, your first transaction will proceed on a no completion, no fee basis minus a few initial disbursements. These initial disbursements are payable to third parties and include fees such as ID checks, searches and Land Registry documents. This is the same regardless of the reason for the transaction falling through.

Please note, if a second transaction also falls through, you may be liable for a proportion of the legal fees.

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For those house buyers using a mortgage, your conveyancer will act for you as the purchaser and also for your mortgage bank or building society at the same time. Therefore, you must ensure that your conveyancing solicitor is recognised by your mortgage lender and is listed on their lender panel. At Express, by operating our panel system, we are able to act for all of the main of mortgage banks, building societies and other lenders. We ensure we allocate a conveyancer based on your lender at the start of the transaction, if you plan to use mortgage finance

As the transaction progresses, it is common for mortgage offers and applications to change. Your mortgage broker may secure a better deal with a different lender, or there may be issues with your chosen lender’s valuation of the property or affordability criteria. With our panel, we can manage changes in lender if anything changes.

When selling a property with a mortgage charge secured against it, your conveyancing team will complete the legal procedures required by the mortgage lender and your buyer to ensure the mortgage is redeemed correctly and that the lender’s security is discharged on completion.


We are here at the end of the telephone or email to chat to you about how we can help you here at Express Conveyancing. If you are considering a move, a property investment, auctions, a remortgage, commercial conveyancing or anything in between, get in touch with our experienced team who will be more than happy to help. If you would like to have a chat, contact our team of specialists and talk to one of our dedicated case managers about how we may help you with your specific transaction.

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