Three Advantages of Online Conveyancing

Like many industries, legal services are becoming more and more popular online, offering consumers the opportunity to access information at a time that suits them and in a language they understand.

Online services such as conveyancing can be arranged at a click of a button, saving time and money and help buyers’ transactions move quickly and smoothly.

Conveyancing is a necessary legal process for the transfer of property ownership from the seller to the buyer, ensuring there are no legal issues prohibiting the sale.

Accessing this service online offers the same process, but all the communication is carried out online. This reduces the need for huge teams and multiple contacts, and because everything relating to a particular sale can be accessed instantly, this also saves time and money.

The average time for conveyancing is between 8 and 12 weeks, although this can be done quicker if required and all parties are agreed.


Many online conveyancing companies can provide an online quote which includes a full breakdown of costs so that buyers can be fully prepared when calculating their budget.

Companies such as also offer a host of resources to help buyers understand the process and offer incentives such as independent advice, fixed fees and ‘no sale, no fee’ arrangements.

No Sale, No Fee

Subject to terms and conditions, many legal services offer a ‘no sale, no fee’ incentive. This means that if a house sale falls through, for whatever reason, the buyer will not be liable for the legal fees.

Since the announcement of Brexit, the UK property market has suffered from a lack of buyer confidence, with consumers biding their time, but the reason for recent figures showing a slower than usual market could be just the time of year.

Time Saving

The advantage of dealing with your property surveys online is they can be arranged at a time to suit the buyer. It also saves time, as there is no need to visit an office and all discussions can take place electronically or on the phone, offering a convenient service aimed at the consumer.

In today’s fast-paced world, there is a demand for time-saving services. From being able to browse potential new homes to applying for mortgages and arranging conveyancing, homebuyers can now do all this from the comfort of their own home.

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