04 Jan Fixed Fee Birmingham Conveyancing Quote
Fixed Fee Birmingham Conveyancing Quote
Our solicitors handle all the legal work for your sale or purchase for a fixed rate. What is agreed at the onset of the transaction is what you pay on completion. So if you are looking for a fixed fee Birmingham Conveyancing Quote, then Express conveyancing is the right place.
No Move, No Fee
If your West Midlands house move does not complete we do not charge you any conveyancing fees.
With local conveyancing experience, our CQS solicitors will guide you through the details of the legal process making what is possibly the biggest investment in ones life, as stress free as possible.
Most commonly asked questions when it comes to Conveyancing in Birmingham
What is the population density of Birmingham?
As confirmed by the 2011 census, the population of Birmingham 1,904,658 spread over an area of 129,635 hectares (320,335 acres) meaning a density of population of 14.7 people per hectare or 5.9 per acre.
What to look out for when you are looking for a Conveyancing Solicitor in Birmingham?
Various firms offer ‘the cheapest conveyancing’, but extra costs can soon add up. From a conventional sense, these costs are usually guised as ‘Administration Costs’. As per the requirements of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, any extra charges included in the terms should be clearly defined, and these should be explained by your solicitor.
We have requested a quote from you. Will I be billed any extra costs when the move completes?
No. Express Conveyancing never charge any additional charges. However, you need to keep in mind that, if you are purchasing a leasehold property for example, there may be certain clauses within the lease burdening the property, which gives the freeholder’s or other parties, certain benefits of transfer costs in the form of Notice fees which will only be revealed towards the later part of the transaction. These are unforeseen disbursements. However, your legal fees remain the same.
There are two or more parties interested in purchasing the same property as us. How can we protect our self against being gazumped?
Gazumping arises when a house seller accepts the 1st purchaser’s offer and then dismisses it, opting for a second purchaser’s offer (generally a higher one). This may happen weeks into a transaction. Because acceptance of an offer is not binding on the seller until exchange of contracts, there is a risk of gazumping. You should instruct a property lawyer or conveyancing solicitor such as through Express Conveyancing, as soon as you can to reduce the chance of being gazumped.