Conveyancing FAQs

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Conveyancing is essentially the transfer of legal ownership of any property or real estate from one person to another. Our people and case management systems will make the legal side of the conveyancing process as quick, efficient and hassle free as possible. We have developed comprehensive guides which set out how conveyancing works

There are more complex and comprehensive searches performed when you are purchasing a property, therefore both the professional fee and search fees are higher.

Under the standard contact of sale, transfer duty is payable by the buyer of the property. The amount of stamp duty payable is determined by the purchase price of the property, together with a consideration of any stamp duty concessions you may be entitled to. Calculate your stamp duty and find out more about stamp duty concessions.

Conveyancers take much of the work and worry of buying or selling a home off your shoulders. In addition to managing the lengthy and complex process of transferring ownership and ensuring that your interests are fully protected, your conveyancer will advise you of your responsibilities and rights and deal with any legal issues that may arise from the transaction.

KRG Conveyancing has experienced property solicitors who are able to provide advice and guidance in situations that require a high level of expertise.

Using KRG Conveyancing's elite online case tracking system, as one of our clients, you will be able to monitor the progress of your sale or purchase from the time you instruct through till the time of completion.

Nothing at all, it's free! We offer this service to any client who has instructed us to act for them.

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