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Searching for a conveyancing lawyer? You’ve arrived at the right place! Our dedicated team of expert conveyancers is ready to assist with all your conveyancing transactions. Whether you buying or selling your property our 70 awards ensure we give you one of the cheapest, cost effective and safest conveyancing property transactions in your area. Let our award winning expertise be your guiding light through the entire conveyancing journey.


Don’t take risks with one of the biggest investments of your life.

When dealing with one of the most significant investments in your life, where substantial sums of money are on the line, it’s essential to avoid any potential risks. This means steering clear of budget-conscious, understaffed, and overburdened conveyancers or conveyancing solicitors who may lack the necessary resources to smoothly manage your property transfer. It’s crucial to remember that property prices can fluctuate, and there’s the risk of potential increases, especially when factoring in rising mortgage interest rates or even the withdrawal of mortgage offers. To safeguard yourself against financial losses, it’s absolutely vital to exercise extreme caution when selecting top-notch conveyancers or conveyancing solicitors. Otherwise, you could find yourself incurring double conveyancing costs if your initial transaction falls through, a fate that befalls 39.8% of those who opt for alternative conveyancers nationwide.

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is a legal process that involves the transfer of property ownership from the seller to the buyer. It includes various steps such as property search, drafting contracts, and handling the financial aspects of the transaction. A conveyancer or conveyancing solicitor plays a crucial role in ensuring that all the legal requirements are met and the property purchase or sale proceeds as per the law.

Bid farewell to taking risks with your choice of conveyancer. Given the alarming 31% rate of negligence and complaints lodged against conveyancers in the UK, it’s unwise to gamble on unnecessary expenses. It’s high time to opt for the finest services available in the UK!

Our team of conveyancing professionals, with an outstanding success rate of 95%, which greatly exceeds the industry’s typical failure rate of 39.8%, is dedicated to managing all your conveyancing requirements. With an impressive total of over 2500 five-star reviews on Google and Trustpilot, we are your most dependable and affordable choice for conveyancing services.

For specialised conveyancing services to assist you in purchasing and selling houses and flats, reach out to the top-notch UK conveyancers. Feel free to contact us today at 0208 370 3877.

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Why Choose a Conveyancing Lawyer?

A conveyancing lawyer specialises in property law and has extensive knowledge and experience in handling conveyancing matters. They are licensed professionals who are well-versed in the conveyancing process and can provide expert legal advice. By hiring a conveyancing lawyer, you can have peace of mind knowing that your property purchase or sale is in capable hands.

Our conveyancing service is provided by a dedicated team of conveyancers who are committed to delivering high-quality service. As a member of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, our firm adheres to strict standards and maintains the highest level of professionalism and integrity.

Conveyancing: Property Buying & Selling FAQs

As the most award winning conveyancers working in the buying and selling of property, we recognise the stresses when purchasing a property for the first time. It is essential to instruct specialist conveyancers who can look after you and answer all frequently asked questions concerning the conveyancing process.

What are the steps involved in the conveyancing process?

The conveyancing process involves three stages that it’s important to be aware of. The steps are as follows:

  1. Making the offer: Both parties form a contract once they agree on a specific price for the property. At this stage, the agreement is not legally binding, and either party can choose to withdraw from the deal without incurring any financial penalties.

  2. Property checks and searches: The buyer has the option to work with a conveyancer to perform necessary checks on the property for sale. These checks typically include conducting a local authority search and reviewing the property details provided by the seller. The buyer can also choose to conduct independent inspections without the assistance of the conveyancer.

  3. Contract exchange and completion: Once the checks are completed and both parties are satisfied, they agree to sign and exchange contracts. At this point, the contract becomes legally binding, and anyone who backs out of the deal may face financial penalties. The completion stage marks the official transaction, where the conveyancer transfers the property deed to the Land Registry, allowing the buyer to take possession of the property while the seller vacates.

How long does the process take?

The duration of the conveyancing process can vary depending on various factors. Typically, it is expected to take around 12 to 14 weeks to complete the conveyancing process. This timeframe begins from the moment you engage the services of a conveyancer.

During the process, unexpected issues may arise at any time, potentially causing delays. If there is a property chain involved, these delays can be further exacerbated by issues that arise during the conveyancing process. Your conveyancer will keep you informed about any delays and provide you with alternative options to consider.

What type of searches are performed during the conveyancing process?

Your conveyancing solicitor conducts various checks on behalf of the buyer or seller. These checks are conducted to ensure that you are informed about any underlying issues that require attention. The following are the searches performed during the conveyancing process:

  • Water and drainage searches – Is the property adequately connected to the drainage system?
  • Environmental searches – Is the land prone to flooding or other environmental risks?
  • Local Authority checks – These checks involve investigating pollution matters, highways, planning regulations, and other relevant local authority information.

In addition to the mentioned searches, the conveyancer performs additional searches specific to the location and type of property involved.

I need an instant online conveyancing quote. How can I contact AVRillo?

You can always avail of a free initial telephone consultation with our conveyancers by contacting us at tel: 0208 370 3877.

Additionally, you have the option to obtain an online quote for our conveyancing services. Furthermore, you can engage in a live chat with us through our website.

Our team of skilled property lawyers will guide you through the initial stages. Once your file is opened, you can relax as your assigned conveyancer takes charge of the conveyancing process.

How much does our conveyancing service cost?

Our conveyancing services are available to all clients with a range of flexible prices. Clients appreciate our fixed conveyancing fee, and we take pride in serving numerous satisfied clients. Please note that additional expenses may occur, including HM Land Registry charges and various conveyancing services fees. It’s important to understand that the searches conducted may differ depending on the type of property involved.

Our experienced team of conveyancing lawyers will provide you with detailed information about any extra costs you may incur. You will be informed about the reasons behind these additional fees.

Disbursements refer to the additional costs that may arise during the conveyancing process. As mentioned earlier, the registration of the land and various property searches are the primary factors contributing to these additional costs. Additionally, it is advisable to consult with your conveyancer to understand the potential impact of Capital Gains and Stamp Duty taxes, as they could result in additional expenses for your property transaction.

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  • 1. You're X8 Times More Likely to Move in with Our Conveyancing Services.That’s because AVRillo Conveyancing has a record 95% move success rate compared to the 39.8% fall-through nationally with other conveyancers and conveyancing solicitors. Instruct the best conveyancers or conveyancing solicitors to reduce paying double conveyancing costs if your first move falls through.
  • 2. You're less likely to risk losing thousands of poundsEvery year, out of the 300,000 sales and purchases that fall through, consumers like yourself face the potential loss of conveyancing expenses, third-party disbursements, increased interest payments, missed mortgage opportunities, and substantial financial losses due to fluctuating property prices.
  • 3. Choose the Correct Conveyancer or Conveyancing Solicitor for Your Property MoveChoosing our conveyancing quote estimate will reduce your risk of a move collapsing the first time around. Avoid the stress and emotional turmoil of starting all over again to sell or buy your property.
  • 4. 60-Day Free Trial for Conveyancing CostsWe are the only conveyancers who offer a 60-day free trial for conveyancing costs. No other conveyancers or conveyancing solicitors are confident enough to give you this free guarantee.
  • 5. No Upfront Conveyancing Costs Our ClientsMany conveyancers and conveyancing solicitors ask for an upfront non-refundable deposit, but not AVRillo Conveyancing. We cover the initial conveyancing costs and only invoice you at the end.
  • 6. No Hidden Conveyancing Costs with AVRillo ConveyancingCompared to other conveyancers and conveyancing solicitors, we have transparent fees with no hidden costs. Our proactive conveyancing solicitors take care of all legal aspects related to conveyancing.
  • 7. Don’t waste 5 to 6 months in conveyancing delays; move in 2 to 3 months.Delaying your property move increases the risk of not moving at all. Individual circumstances may change the timescales to completion, but we will continuously update you as and when such delays are encountered. The UK average is 5 to 6 months. Our average is 2 to 3 months. The time from instruction and full details within the memorandum of sale from the estate agent, to completion of a sale or purchase of a freehold standard property (with no complications or defects) will depend on various different factors, examples include how proactive and fast you are in collaboration with your own conveyancer, with dealing with requests from the other party’s conveyancers, your ability to pass AML, if there is an unusual circumstance or defects arise, or if there is a leasehold and the landlord or management company delay, or if there is a mortgage lender involved and their responses or required steps are delayed or if there is a delay in the chain etc.
  • 8. Trust Our 2000 Trustpilot and Google Reviews for Reliable ConveyancingAVRillo Conveyancing is repeatedly referred by clients, family, friends, and estate agents for our excellent conveyancing service. Trust our 2000 5-star reviews and our multi-conveyancing gold award.
  • 9. Use Our Conveyancing Collaboration and Innovations to Ensure a Successful MoveAvoid delays and arguments with other conveyancers or conveyancing solicitors. Our in-house conveyancers and solicitors collaborate with the estate agent and the chain to push cases before they abort.
  • 10. Get the Easiest Conveyancing ExperienceStay informed throughout the conveyancing process with our online history screens, e-signing of documents, regular updates, and 24/7 live case tracking. Don't be left in the dark during your property transaction.
  • 11. How Well Do Our In-House Conveyancers Deliver Conveyancing?At a multi-award-winning standard. Our team of 100 people specialises exclusively in conveyancing. Trust AVRillo Conveyancing for a smooth and affordable property buying or selling process.
  • 12. Reliable and Affordable Conveyancing ServicesAVRillo Conveyancing offers value for money conveyancing services. Trust us as the best conveyancers according to The Sunday Times. We have succeeded nationally for the last 23 years.
  • 13. Cost Savings of Buying or Selling.By choosing our conveyancing, you have none of the normal conveyancing costs risks. Discover our commitment to reducing costs with a 2-month free conveyancing trial and money-back guarantee.
  • 14. Minimal Risk of Conveyancing Losses with AVRillo ConveyancingCompared to the national average of up to 40% negligence against conveyancers and conveyancing solicitors, we have never cost our clients any negligence-related financial loss. Trust us to protect your interests.
  • 15. Find the Best Conveyancing with AVRillo ConveyancingSearching for "conveyancing solicitors near me" or "Conveyancing" often leads to AVRillo. We reduce the risks of buyers and sellers not moving. Choose the best conveyancing with us.

No ‘ifs or buts’ about us. Just try us for free.

At AVRillo we rely on your word-of-mouth recommendation, so we won’t let you down. We do this by working very differently and creating the safest move record in the UK at 95%, compared to 39.8%* failure rate nationally.

We give our clients the UK’s only ‘try before you buy’ guarantee, so you don’t have to be stuck elsewhere. Instead, take 60 days to judge AVRillo conveyancing for yourself, then make up your own mind. We’ll carry on working during that time and if you’re unhappy, simply walk away without fuss, no costs paid. You even get to keep our work for free.

*according to OnTheMarket data (OTM is one of the top 3 UK property portals alongside Rightmove and Zoopla).

We genuinely want to keep you happy. So…

1 If you’re not happy with our service, you get your money back.
2 If you’re not happy with our lawyers, you get your money back.
3 If you’re not happy with our work, you get your money back.

How Licensed Conveyancer and Conveyancing Lawyers Differ: Understanding the Practical Experience

When it comes to buying and selling property, many often find themselves choosing between a licensed conveyancer and a conveyancing lawyer. While both are equipped to handle the sale or purchase of a property, there are notable distinctions. Licensed conveyancers specialise primarily in the legal transfer of property and are regulated by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers in England and Wales.

Their training often involves an apprenticeship, focusing on buying a house, land registry procedures, and other related property transactions. On the other hand, conveyancing lawyers typically operate within a law firm and have a broader legal education. They recognise the complexities in areas like probate or broader legal issues and can handle buying and selling a property as part of their wider practice.

While buying property, it’s essential to consider whether you need someone who can provide legal advice beyond the sale and purchase or if you’re looking for a specialist to ensure the smooth transfer of property from one owner to the next. Accreditation, legal fees, and the specific property you are buying can all influence this decision.

Avoid Hidden Costs with a Trusted Conveyancing Lawyer: A Guide to Transparent Conveyancing Service

Navigating a property purchase is daunting, especially with potential hidden costs. By choosing a licensed conveyancing lawyer, you ensure transparency in all legal tasks, from the transfer deed to stamp duty calculations. Considering transactions can reach hundreds of thousands of pounds, clarity is crucial. These professionals provide clear advice and highlight disbursement costs on invoices.

They also offer regular email updates and remain accessible by phone seven days a week. Both parties must agree on a completion date for a seamless key handover to the buyer. Your lawyer manages title deeds and title transfers with the lender.

Their commitment to transparency and client care is evident throughout the process. If discrepancies arise, you can consult the legal ombudsman. Typically, complete transfers take about a week, but a transparent, unbiased approach makes a significant difference.

The Conveyancing Process

The conveyancing process starts with an initial enquiry. Whether you are buying or selling a property, it is important to consult a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor at the earliest stage. During the process, your conveyancer will liaise with various parties involved, including estate agents, lenders, and local authorities, to ensure a smooth transaction.

A conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor will handle all legal aspects of the transaction, including property searches, contract drafting, negotiation, and exchange of contracts. They will also assist with the transfer of money and completion of the transaction.

Property Lawyers You Can Trust

At our conveyancing firm, we understand that buying or selling a property is a significant financial commitment. That’s why we strive to provide exceptional service and ensure that every client receives personalised attention. Our commitment to delivering excellence has earned us accreditation under the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme, which is a testament to our expertise and professionalism.

Contact Us Today

If you are in need of a conveyancing lawyer or require any assistance with buying or selling a property, contact us today. Our team is ready to provide you with expert legal advice and ensure a stress-free conveyancing process. Trust us to handle your residential property conveyancing with the utmost care and professionalism.

Buying a home is a significant step, often taking months to complete. An accredited legal representative assists in the buying process, managing all legal and administrative tasks. They ensure the legal title transfers correctly and liaise with the lender as well.

Throughout the journey, their professional legal work kept us informed. We were always happy to have their telephone number handy, especially when discussing the purchase price. Upon completion, they efficiently handed the keys to the buyer. It takes around a week for such transitions, but a good referral can make all the difference.

*according to OnTheMarket data (OTM is one of the top 3 UK property portals alongside Rightmove and Zoopla).

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