No Sale, No Fee Conveyancing

Simply call your nearest Holmes & Hills Solicitors office or fill in our online conveyancing quote form and a member of our conveyancing solicitor team will come back to you with your fixed-fee conveyancing quote.

The key to moving home, stress-free, is instructing the right conveyancing solicitor. A good conveyancing lawyer will take the stress out of your home move or property transaction by:

  • Offering a No Sale, No Fee Promise as standard
  • Pro-actively progressing your transaction
  • Giving you professional legal advice and guidance so your interests are protected
  • Giving you a single point of contact with your property lawyer
  • Keeping you informed and up to date with progress
  • Charging you a fixed-fee with absolutely no hidden charges

No Sale, No Fee Promise

Holmes & Hills Solicitors provide conveyancing services with a No Sale, No Fee Promise* included as standard. This means, should your conveyancing transaction fall-through (go abortive) you will not have to pay the legal fee we quoted.

Get a no sale, no fee conveyancing quote

Why use Holmes & Hills for your conveyancing?

At Holmes & Hills Solicitors we do all we can to ensure your property transaction progresses as quickly and as smoothly as possible for you, giving you expert legal advice and keeping you up to date throughout. Our team of fifteen conveyancers and secretaries help thousands of people in Essex and Suffolk buy and sell property every year.

We will give you a fixed-fee conveyancing quote that has absolutely no hidden charges and you will deal with a single property lawyer who will have sole responsibility for dealing with you and your property transaction. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned property investor, you’ll get expert advice at each and every stage of the process, ensuring your interests as purchaser or vendor are fully protected.  

Holmes & Hills Solicitors has five offices across Essex and Suffolk. If you are local to one of our offices in Braintree, Halstead, Sudbury, Tiptree or Coggeshall, you have additional benefits from using our conveyancing services. You can not only speak with your Holmes & Hills conveyancer face to face at your convenience, if you would prefer this, but dealing with documents and the process of identification can also be made easier and quicker for you.

Getting a no sale, no fee conveyancing quote is quick and easy

Simply call your nearest Holmes & Hills Solicitors office or fill in our online conveyancing quote form and a member of our conveyancing team will contact you with your fixed-fee conveyancing quote.

 *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.

Our Conveyancing Lawyers

David Hill

Senior Chartered Legal Executive

Samantha Savill

Legal Executive

Cherie Wallace (aka Nield)

Senior Licensed Conveyancer

Gemma Adams

Conveyancing Executive

Poppy Fowler

Conveyancing Executive

Molly Barrett

Senior Legal Executive

Vicki Crawford

Licensed Conveyancer

Charlotte Brown

Legal Executive

Sally Wood

Senior Conveyancing Executive

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