Conveyancing Quote Calculator

Free online conveyancing quote calculator

Our online conveyancing quote calculator offers a detailed breakdown of our legal fees. Additionally, the conveyancing fees calculator gives an estimate of other associated costs that you’ll need to cover.

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Free Online Conveyancing Quote Calculator

Our Free Online Conveyancing Quote Calculator is designed to assist you in determining the conveyancing fees for your property sale or purchase. At Cartwright King, we prioritise transparency by offering precise quotes before you commit to our services. Once you’re satisfied with your online conveyancing quote, our experienced conveyancing solicitors will initiate the process.

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing involves document preparation and legal procedures related to renting, selling, or buying a property. Whether you’re remortgaging or engaging in a property transaction, our expert conveyancing solicitors ensure a straightforward process.

Why Do I Need a Conveyancing Solicitor?

Given the complexities and potential pitfalls in dealing with legal documentation, having a conveyancing solicitor is crucial. Regardless of your property’s value, a conveyancing solicitor can simplify the process and eliminate the risks of hidden costs or legal loopholes.

How Long Does Conveyancing Take?

While the exact duration of the conveyancing process varies between selling and purchasing, certain steps remain consistent when instructing a conveyancing solicitor. These include:

Before the Exchange

  1. Instructing Cartwright King’s conveyancing solicitors to act on your behalf
  2. Making an offer on a property
  3. If the seller accepts, your solicitor will carry out all of the relevant searches on the property and contact the seller’s solicitor to request a draft contract and the other relevant documents.
  4. During this period, it is recommended to organise the house survey and building insurance.

The Exchange of Contracts

  1. You and the seller will sign both copies of the contract and agree upon a completion date.
  2. The contracts are now exchanged. At this point, the sale is legally binding therefore you must have buildings insurance in place.
  3. Paying an exchange deposit to the seller.
  4. After the exchange, your solicitor will lodge an interest with the land registry.


  1. Your solicitor will receive mortgage funds from your lender.
  2. On completion day, your conveyancer transfers all outstanding money to the seller’s solicitor.
  3. The seller’s solicitor will confirm the funds receipt, making the property yours.

After the Sale

  1. Your solicitor will register the transfer of property with the Land Registry
  2. If you are required to pay a stamp duty bill you have 30 days to pay. Your solicitor will usually arrange this for you.

What is the Solicitor Fee for Conveyancing?

Various factors impact conveyancing fees, such as property cost, location, simultaneous buying and selling of residential property, and transaction complexity. Utilise our free conveyancing quote calculator for a preliminary estimate, and consult with our experts to confirm definitive costs.

Buying and selling property doesn’t need to be over-complicated with legal paperwork. After using our free conveyancing quote calculator, get in touch with us today to receive expert help with all your property needs.

We have expert property solicitors ready to deal with all aspects of residential freehold and leasehold conveyancing. Contact us online today, call us on 03458 941 622.

Our online conveyancing solicitors can help clients across England and Wales.