Holmes & Hills conveyancing solicitors understand that today’s property market is full of potential challenges and pitfalls; unfortunately, not every sale goes smoothly. Rightmove’s ‘Little Blue Book’ states that the fall through rate on purchases has stayed at around 30% consistently since 2012. That is why we operate a no sale, no fee conveyancing policy*, so that nothing is lost should the purchase of your house fall through for any reason.
Our conveyancing fee promise extends to first time buyers, help to buy and shared ownership schemes. From the start, it can take the stress out of housing transactions, along with the professional guidance and advice provided at every step of the sales process. The residential property team are happy to offer conveyancing quotes with no hidden charges. As well as this, we can offer equity release schemes, re-mortgaging and assistance on planning law issues.
To get your no sale, no fee conveyancing quote, contact Holmes & Hills today on 01376 320456.
*Holmes & Hills’ No Sale, No Fee Promise covers a maximum of one abortive transaction or two related abortive transactions in any given 6 month period, per client. No sale, no fee does not apply to auction sales or purchases; new build transactions where a discounted fee has been agreed with the developer; third party disbursements already paid (e.g. searches); sales of new-build property; additional work agreed (e.g. Declaration of Trust). Holmes & Hills reserves the right to refuse to offer the No Sale, No Fee Promise at the point of receiving an instruction.
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