Conveyancing advice for sellers

Conveyancing can be a very stressful experience so making the right choice about your solicitor is crucial. We have worked with many solicitors and have gone through the conyeyancing process on a number of occasions so we are able to support you through the process.

If you do not use a solicitor with a dedicated Conveyancing Department or have never used a solicitor before we are happy to recommend Sintons Solicitors. Sintons has a dedicated Conveyancing Department who will work efficiently and effectively to make the process as stress free as possible for you. If you would like us to arrange a quote for you please do not hesitate to contact us.

To give you an idea of the timescales involved check out our guide to a typical house purchase below:

StageSolicitor’s ActionsSeller’s Actions
 1
  • Awaiting instruction
  • Accept an offer
  • Instruct a solicitor

 

2
  • To contact you, laying out their terms and conditions, request proof of ID and details of your mortgage
  • Provide the information requested and sign the terms and conditions
3Provide a:

  • Fixture and Fittings Form
  • Property Information Form
  • Leasehold Information Form
  • Complete the forms as best as you can, ask your solicitor for help if you are unsure.

Provide:

  • Building consents
  • Planning permissions
  • Guarantees
4
  • Obtain Title Deeds and lease information
  • Provide title deeds or lease if you are holding them
5
  • Prepare the draft contract
6
  • Discuss with you and reply to any queries from the buyer’ solicitors
  • Work closely with your solicitor to answer any questions from the buyer
7
  • Discuss potential completion dates
  • Agree a completion date
8
  • Provide you with the final contract
  • Read and sign the final contract.
9
  • EXCHANGE contracts with the buyers solicitors
  • Celebrate and prepare to move home!
10Proceed to completion:

  • Contact your lender to agree a redemption figure
  • Prepare a transfer deed
  • Sign the transfer deed
11
  • Receive the full payment for your home
  • Forward any payment to you
  • Vacate your property and provide the Estate Agent with all sets of keys
12Final Steps –

  • Receive and transfer title deeds to your buyer