Conveyancing Costs Estimate

Please see below our best estimate of our fees and other charges and disbursements. In complicated and protracted transactions, these estimates can vary and we will notify you in due course if any changes occur.

Purchase transactions:

Based on the purchase price, we will charge as follows:

Purchase price up to: Fee
£500,000 £950
£1,000,000 £1050
£1,500,000 £1350
£2,000,000 £1800
Over £2,000,000 On application

 

Acting for mortgage lender in a standard mortgage: £175 to £450 depending on the loan amount and the mortgage instructions
Stamp Duty Land Tax Return – £75

Electronic identity and anti-money laundering checks – £25 per person
Electronic money transfer fee – £35 per transfer

VAT currently at 20% is payable upon all our fees and charges.
The following taxes and disbursements will arise:-
Searches on the property estimated to be £275 but will be confirmed precisely when searches are applied for.
Stamp Duty Land Tax may be payable depending on the purchase price and if you are entitled to any relief or rebate – Please use this SDLT calculator for details
Land Registry fees is payable on the purchase transaction depending on the purchase price – Please use this HMLR fee calculator for details

 

Sale transactions:

For Sale Price to: Fee
£500,000 £950
£1,000,000 £1050
£1,500,000 £1350
£2,000,000 £1800
Over £2,000,000 On application

 

Redemption of a mortgage – £175 per mortgage
Electronic identity and anti-money laundering checks – £25 per person (not applicable if such checks have already been carried out in some related matter handled by us)
Electronic money transfer (telegraphic transfer/CHAPS) fee – £35 per transfer
VAT currently at 20% is payable upon all our fees and charges
The following disbursements will arise:-
There may be certain disbursements such as copies of certain documents, procuring information from search providers, local authority, HM Land Registry or relevant third parties which may not have been provided by the other side solicitors. Such disbursements can usually be up to £50.

If the property is leasehold, then an additional fee of £200 plus VAT will be applicable to deal with the leasehold matters such as dealing with the landlord or management company enquiries and requirements, checking lease, landlord and other superior titles, apportionments of ground rent, service charges, insurance etc.
It is important to note that the above is our best guide of the likely conveyancing costs. These may change depending on additional issues requiring additional work or specialist legal assistance. Of course, we will keep our clients posted of any such factors so as to ensure utmost transparency and timely legal assistance.