LONDON, September 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Home owners turn to online conveyancing comparison to save money by opting for econveyancing
A new website http://www.conveyancingfees.org.uk/ has been launched aiming to save home owners a bundle in costly house moving legal fees.
Using an online conveyancer can work out cheaper than the conventional method and offer a comprehensive and well-managed service. The cost is agreed up front which can be about half that of a local solicitor. The solicitors on the panel use the latest technology including, making the whole process not only cheaper, but quicker and less stressful.
Every step of the purchase is recorded online, from searches being done to payments being received. With online conveyancing it is possible to check progress at anytime via a checklist dedicated to your case, which is updated on a regular basis. This is very reassuring as it is possible to see that things moving forward and, if there are any delays, it is possible to see immediately what is causing them.
"With the average cost of moving home now estimated to be 27% of the national average wage, house buyers are increasingly turning to online shopping to help them save money on legal fees and stamp duty which together are now topping nearly £9000 on average," says Conveyancing Fees founder, Malcolm Mills.
Conveyancing Fees allows house sellers and purchasers to compare online conveyancing quotes drawn from a large number of solicitors across the UK.
The visitor fills in a simple form and receives instant quotes in real-time for conveyancing, the legal process by which the transfer of deed of property ownership is made.
Conveyancing Fees offers conveyancing cost comparisons without any obligation, making it quick and easy for the house purchaser or house seller to save money on costly legal fees.
"It is possible to carry out the conveyancing yourself, but it can be complicated and time consuming. You could also end up in a terrible mess if something goes wrong. Most people, therefore, instruct a solicitor or licensed conveyancer to act on their behalf. Through Conveyancing Fees, the house seller/buyer is able to minimise the risk associated with conveyancing as all the companies on the site carry professional indemnity insurance and are regulated by the Law Society and The Solicitors Regulation Authority," adds Malcolm Mills.
Conveyancing Fees can help by reducing the stress of moving; help to find the best conveyancer who can carry out the work proactively, efficiently and accurately; speed up the time it takes to complete on the transaction and are technologically competent enough to provide a modern conveyancing service. The service user is only obliged to pay fees once a conveyancer is appointed and the contract is signed. From then on the process is quick and simple: a member login enables the user to track their case and updates can be provided by email.
In short, online conveyancing saves time, money and the stress caused by not knowing what's going on as well as being cheaper than using a High Street solicitor who has physical premises to visit and schedules face to face meetings.
Online conveyancing can help with all forms of residential house purchase and sale including: Sale and Purchase conveyancing, Sale only conveyancing, Purchase only conveyancing and Remortgage.
The site offers nationwide coverage including Scotland where the process of buying and selling a house is different and, to reflect this, if a visitor to the site enters a Scottish postcode, the system will automatically find solicitors in Scotland qualified in Scottish Law.
For further information visit: http://www.conveyancingfees.org.uk/
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