Do I Need to use a Conveyancing Solicitor Near me?

Sean Jones
Author:
Sean Jones
Senior Associate Operations Manager - Private Client
Date:
20/01/2022

No, you don’t need to use a Conveyancer near you because the conveyancing process is the same throughout the country. But you might want to use a local Conveyancer if you want or need face to face advice or if you have complicated circumstances, for example if you inherited the property.

We are a national law firm, which means we have offices throughout England and Wales and if you need to use a Conveyancer near you, we are happy to meet with you in person.

Our Conveyancer Solicitors are also experts at what they do, so if we feel that the location of your Conveyancer isn’t relevant to your property transaction, we’ll let you know so you have one less thing to worry about.

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The most important thing is that you don’t sacrifice a quality conveyancing service just to use someone nearby.

There are certain selling points that you should look for when researching Conveyancers, but location doesn’t need to be high on your list of priorities.

What to Look for in a Conveyancer

Fixed Fees

Most people are concerned with how much moving homes will cost them. If you’re buying or selling a home, there’s a lot to pay for and conveyancing fees sometimes feel like just another expense to add to the list. So it comes in handy knowing that the fee you’re quoted is exactly what you’ll pay, so you can budget it properly.

Trustworthiness

It’s really important that when making such a big investment you trust the people helping you along the way. We work hard to deliver a trustworthy service.

When you use our free online Conveyancing Quote, the quote you receive is what you’ll pay and you won’t face any hidden costs. You’ll be assigned one Conveyancer who has a small team of dedicated experts to keep you updated every step of the way.

We aim to take on the stress for you so you can enjoy the excitement of a new property.

Search Pledge

So your property purchase has fallen through and you’re probably worried about having to pay all the money you’ve spent preparing for your move all over again.

Our Search Pledge means that if your purchase falls through after you’ve instructed property searches, your next set of searches will be completely free of charge if you use us when buying your next home. This is the least we can do to give you peace of mind and the motivation to keep looking for your dream home.

Expert Knowledge

Above all else, you need someone who knows what they’re doing. Whether you are a first time buyer or you’re adding to your property portfolio, the legal parts of conveyancing are complex and you’ll want to be sure you’re in safe hands.

At Simpson Millar, our team of Conveyancers and Conveyancing Solicitors have years of collective experience and have helped thousands of people with their property needs.

No matter how complex or simple your property transaction is, we’re happy to help.

Recommendations

The majority of people choose a conveyancer that has been recommended to them by friends or family. Listen to those around you who have experienced buying or selling property.

If you choose to use our Conveyancing experts, we will tailor our service to your needs.

Things often pop up along the conveyancing process that you might have never considered or expected, but knowing you have an experienced Conveyancer there to notice issues and deal with them quickly means you won’t have to worry about anything more than how you’re going to decorate your new home.

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