Residential conveyancing: sales. An overview of our charges.
This page gives information about our charges for property sales. Our fees cover all the work required to complete the sale of your property.
Our fees for acting on your residential conveyancing transaction will reflect a wide variety of factors including whether the transaction is a sale or purchase, your property’s location, and whether it is a flat or a house.
We have provided information on our anticipated charges for sales, purchases and re-mortgages with guidance of what may cause those costs to vary. Fees will vary from property to property and can on occasion exceed the guidance given. We can give you an accurate figure once we have specific information about the property.
Table A below shows the range of fees we may charge for a property by reference to its price.
Circumstances that may alter the price you pay are shown in Table B. Disbursements payable by you are shown in Table C.
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|Sale Price||Fee Range excl VAT||Fee Range incl VAT|
For properties valued at over £1,000,000 please contact us for a quotation.
We will charge additional fees if any of the following circumstances apply:
|Circumstance||Fee excl VAT||Fee incl VAT|
|A Leasehold Flat *||£200||£240|
|A Shared Ownership sale: where you currently own a share in a property and the landlord owns the other share *||£250||£300|
|Redeeming a “Help To Buy” Equity Loan||£100||£120|
|Selling where the lender has issued repossession proceedings||£75||£90|
|Electronic Money Transfer Fee||£35||£42|
Disbursements will be payable you in addition. These are costs relating to your matter that are payable to third parties. We handle such payments on your behalf.
|Disbursement||Cost excluding VAT||Cost including VAT|
|Index Map Search||£4.00||£4.80|
|Copies of the register of title and plan (per title number)||£6.00|
|Copies of documents referred to in the register of title (per document)||£3.00|
* There will be additional disbursements payable for a leasehold property. These will be set out in the specific lease relating to your property and are usually payable to the freeholder or management company (or both). We will advise on these disbursements following our review of the lease.