What is a typical timescale for conveyancing?

The conveyancing process usually starts when you’ve made an offer on a house when buying, or accepted an offer on your home when selling. But you can actually choose your conveyancer before this. This helps ensure the initial paperwork is underway as soon as possible, and means you can hit the ground running when offers are accepted. Typically, conveyancing takes 12-16 weeks, but there can be delays. Our aim is to speed the process up wherever we can, so you can get moving quickly. If, for any reason, issues do arise during your sale or purchase, we’ll keep you updated every step of the way, so you stay informed and we work to make your move as stress-free possible.

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