Residential Conveyancing - Buying & selling a property

Residential Property

The residential conveyancing process

Buying or selling your home can be a stressful experience, with a lot of different issues to keep on top of to ensure everything happens on schedule. Having the right legal team to handle your conveyancing can make all the difference, but how do you know which conveyancing team to choose?

While cost is likely to be an important factor, it’s also necessary to work with conveyancing lawyers who you can rely on to get all the legal details exactly right, helping to keep the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

The Residential Conveyancing Team at Hunt & Coombs Solicitors have the expertise required to deal with all property related matters efficiently and effectively. We can make sure no important issues or potential problems are missed, making your conveyancing experience easier.

We make use of the latest technology, allowing your transaction to proceed on schedule, while ensuring you are always kept up-to-date with progress. Most conveyancing can now be handled through email and over the phone, meaning our service can fit conveniently around your life, without the need to take time out to visit us in person.

Residential conveyancing during COVID-19

Read more about the Government guidelines for Residential Conveyancing and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic:

Residential conveyancing services

We offer a full range of residential conveyancing services for buying and selling property, as well as a number of other types of transactions. This means we can offer comprehensive legal advice and support for all residential property matters.

Find out more about the conveyancing services we offer and how our property lawyers can help you:

We also provide legal advice for Auctions & Auction Packs, Buy-to-Let, Equity Release, Leaseholds & Lease Extensions, Re-mortgages, Right-to-Buy and Transfer of Equity.

Protecting yourself against fraud

Online fraud is on the increase specifically in property transactions. To help keep yourself safe from this threat please view our advice on protecting yourself.

Want to know more about the legal side of buying and selling property?

Listen to Elaine Cummins, Senior Conveyancing Executive, in an interview on Huntingdon Community Radio discussing the legalities of buying and selling a property and other areas of conveyancing. To listen just press the play button below.

Residential conveyancing expertise

Across our team of specialist residential conveyancing lawyers, we have decades of experience handling all types of conveyancing transactions for a wide range of clients and property types. This expertise means you can be confident of a smooth, reliable and stress-free experience for buying or selling a home, remortgaging or any other type of residential property transaction.

Our conveyancing team are accredited by the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme which is the quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Our conveyancing team have the skills and integrity to adhere to the procedures and management standards set out by the scheme. This means you can be confident we will offer you the very best quality conveyancing service available with the highest quality legal advice.

Law Society Conveyancing Quality Accreditation
Law Society Conveyancing Quality Accreditation

Residential conveyancing fees

We aim to be completely transparent with our pricing and will happily provide a competitive conveyancing quote on request, so you can make an informed comparison to other firms.

We offer competitively priced conveyancing without compromising on quality of the service we provide. The exact cost of your conveyancing will depend on a number of factors such as the type of transaction, the value of your property and any special considerations, such as if the property is leasehold or listed.

There are two main parts to the cost of conveyancing – our legal fees and the disbursements we pay to third parties on your behalf such as Land Registry fees and property checks and searches. For up-to-date pricing information to help you make a considered decision please visit our Legal fees for Residential Conveyancing page or request a quote.

Timescales for residential conveyancing

We understand that how long your conveyancing will take is often an important factor, particularly if you have a specific date by which you need to move. We aim to provide as much certainty as possible around this, but it is important to realise that this can vary due to a variety of factors, many of which are beyond our control.

However, with our experience and carefully optimised processes for handling all types of residential property transactions, we can offer a fast, efficient service to help your conveyancing stay on schedule. We are able to anticipate many of the potential problems that could delay your transaction and take steps to avoid or proactively deal with these issues, allowing us to minimise delays wherever possible.

We will aim to give you a realistic idea of how long your conveyancing should take at the outset. Most conveyancing transactions are completed within around 18-22 weeks (due to current market conditions and the impact of Covid-19, the national average is currently 19 weeks).

Request a conveyancing quote

For further help and advice on the above or to request a quote please contact your local Hunt & Coombs Residential Conveyancing Team on:

Or email the Residential Conveyancing Team directly at: