If you are purchasing a property, you will need to work with a solicitor / conveyancer to help you with the legal work. Conveyancing can often seem confusing and lengthy because of the high amount of work and steps involved from conducting searches, to raising enquiries and ensuring all of the correct documents are completed and signed.
Edward Hands & Lewis has broken down the buying process into 9 simple steps to help you understand where you are in the conveyancing process at all times. They are as follows:
Mortgage (if applicable)
Completion date discussed
Exchange of contracts
Our step-by-step guide is available as a downloadable infographic to help you track where you are in the conveyancing process. To download the infographic, click here.Talk to our legal team
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