When you’re buying or selling your home – or mortgaging a property - it’s important to make sure that the legal process doesn’t slow you down. 
Our top tip for speeding up the sale of a house is to involve an experienced conveyancer or solicitor as early as possible. Reeds Financial can help you find a conveyancer who can assist your home purchase at a competitive price. 

What is Conveyancing. 

What is Conveyancing. 

Conveyancing is the name of the legal process you go through when buying or selling a property, remortgaging or extending a lease. No matter how many times you go through the process, the legal act of buying a house can be a minefield. By understanding the process and choosing the right provider you can ensure there are fewer surprises along the way. 

What does a Conveyancer do. 

What does a Conveyancer do. 

Your appointed conveyancer will do everything from conducting appropriate searches and enquiries, highlighting significant issues, completing the legal transfer of ownership, transferring funds, repaying your existing mortgage and registering the interests of relevant parties (you and the lender) on the property you are buying. 

The 3 main stages to the conveyancing process when buying a property are: 

Preparing to exchange. 

Your appointed conveyancer carries out all the relevant checks needed in order to formalise the purchase and exchange contracts with the seller. 


Once you and the seller are happy to proceed, you sign and exchange contracts via your conveyancers to make the deal legally binding. 

Completing and Moving in. 

The seller’s conveyancer confirm they’ve received the funds, and you arrange a day to collect the keys and move into your new home. 

Need a  Conveyancing Quote. 

Need a Conveyancing Quote. 

Get in touch with one of our friendly team members on 0330 128 0989 who can arrange for a competitive conveyancing quote whether you are buying, selling or both. 

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