Top Tips For Speeding Up The Conveyancing Process

Top Tips For Speeding Up The Conveyancing Process

Becky Soroko

Becky Soroko

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March 1, 2021

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Buying a house can be an exciting but also daunting process, especially when it comes to all the legalities and paperwork side of things. Here at ProConveyancing we have a few handy tips and tricks up our sleeves to help get you into your new home as quickly and smoothly as possible.

Keep in touch on the go

Download our new ProConveyancing App so you can keep up to date on the go. You can easily keep in touch with us wherever you might be. Our fast and reliable team is only a tap away, offering you a high-quality service wherever you might be in the world.

Choose the right buyer/property

When it comes to a speedy exchange, the highest bidder is not always the best route to go. Cash buyers and Chain-free buyers will usually be able to complete sooner than others. When it comes to picking a property, often freehold properties come with fewer concerns than leasehold.

Keep on top of all your paperwork

Having everything up to date before you even start the process can save a lot of time. This can include anything from gas and electrical safety certificates to planning permission for any work that has been carried out on your property. You can also save time during the conveyancing process by promptly replying to any conveyancer inquiries the buyer might have. You can do this on the go using our App!

Don’t be afraid to ask questions

The more questions you ask your conveyancer the better! No matter how many queries you might have, big or small, it’s always better to ask to avoid any complications further down the line and prolonging your conveyancing experience even further. You need to ensure that you are completely certain of all aspects of your sale/purchase.

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