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Buying or selling a home or property can be a complicated and time consuming process. Hiring an expert conveyancer simplifies and speeds up the entire process.

You can get started today by obtaining a free, no obligation quote from Sydney Mitchell.

In order to use our online conveyancing quote simply follow the instructions on the form. If you are selling your house, you will need to enter the price you are selling. If you are buying a house, we will also need to know the purchase price.

Conveyancing Terminology

If you do not understand any of the terms given to you on the quote, please take a look at our glossary of conveyancing terms to help explain a little more.

Conveyancing Guide

You may also want to read our conveyancing guide. This step-by-step guide explains the conveyancing processes for selling and buying property.

Online Mortgage Calculator

With our online mortgage calculator you can calculate an estimate of either your borrowing or payments on a mortgage.

Contact us online today for further information on purchasing a property or selling your house or call us on 0121 746 3360.


Conveyancing Quote Terms and Conditions

Our conveyancing quotations are given in good faith based upon the limited information that both you and we can provide at such an early stage. The figures are valid for 30 days.

Certain factors that are not known now might affect the figure we would charge. This is particularly true of purchases but could affect sales too. This could, for example, be the location or type of property, changes in third party charges (e.g. local search fees, stamp duty), whether the property is registered or not and so on.

Once you have decided on the property you are buying please contact us again and we shall be happy to confirm our exact charges in writing.

All quotations, whether in writing or over the Internet, are given on the basis that your transaction will involve the usual amount of solicitor's work. 

In addition to quoting our own fees, we have done our best to provide an accurate prediction of the other expenses involved in a typical house sale or purchase. We call these "disbursements" and we make no profit out of them. We charge you whatever the relevant authority charge us. These disbursements are things like stamp duty, VAT, land registry fees, searches and so on. These are outside of our control and may change at any time. You will be liable to pay the figure that is actually in force at the time the expense is incurred. Please also note that different areas of the country charge different fees for some searches. We have given you an average figure for this and a specific quotation can be produced upon request.  

Our quotations include fees for paper based searches. In certain instances an on-line search may be more appropriate and the charges may differ slightly. Actual charges incurred will be set out in full on our bills.

Some areas of the country may require additional searches to be done. For instance there are a number of areas where mining searches need to be done, particularly in South Wales, Cornwall and Northamptonshire.

Similarly, leasehold or commonhold properties, particularly flats and maisonettes, usually require extra fees to be paid to the landlord for registering the change of ownership of the property. Please also note that you may be required to pay to the landlord or the outgoing owner an apportionment of rent and/or service charge before you move in. If this is likely to apply to the property that you intend to buy please contact us and we shall explain it further.

Please also note that where appropriate we may use third party agencies to undertake some searches (e.g. electronic searches via NLIS, Landmark). If we do, the search fees will usually be slightly different from the quoted fee. The difference is rarely more than a few pounds. You will be charged the fee we actually have to pay on your behalf, we make no profit from searches.


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