Conveyancing Solicitors in Essex and Suffolk

Conveyancing services trusted and used by thousands of property owners across East Anglia every year.

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:

  • Pro-actively progressing your transaction
  • Giving you professional legal advice and guidance so that 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

Your Holmes & Hills conveyancing lawyer will work in partnership with you, the estate agents involved in your transaction/s and your mortgage broker or financial advisor, in order to make your transaction proceed as smooth as possible and so as to minimise stress.

Get a conveyancing quote

Simply call Holmes & Hills Solicitors on 01206 593933, or fill in our online conveyancing quote form below. A member of our Residential Property Team will come back to you with your fixed-fee conveyancing quote.

A higher rate of successful completions - 20% higher than the national average*

Holmes & Hills Solicitors makes sure it recruits some of the best residential property lawyers in the region and our property lawyers work proactively, in partnership with clients, estate agents, surveyors, and mortgage brokers in order to progress transactions to a successful conclusion. This results in transactions that Holmes & Hills are acting in having a higher successful completion rate than the national average for property lawyers.

How common is it for property transactions to fall-through?

Rightmove* and others estimate that 25% of property transactions fall-through on average, nationally, a number far higher than many anticipate.

Clients of Holmes & Hills Solicitors benefit from a fall-through rate that is materially lower than this.

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 fourteen conveyancing lawyers and their supporting secretaries help thousands of people in Essex and Suffolk buy and sell property every year.

A higher chance of achieving a successful completion

With Holmes & Hills Solicitors, you benefit from the fact that transactions which Holmes & Hills is involved with are 20% more likely to reach the point of successfully completing compared with the national average.* With Holmes & Hills, your transaction is less likely to fall-through.

Fixed-fee conveyancing transaction

We will give you a fixed-fee conveyancing quote that has absolutely no hidden charges. When you obtain conveyancing quotations form other law firms you will find charges for completion SDLT forms, dealing with lenders and leasehold fees. With Holmes & Hills, these items are included within our legal fee as we do not believe in disguising these as disbursements.

Electronic identification

Holmes & Hills undertakes electronic identification searches which means we do not need to see you in person. In the unlikely event that our search on you fails, we may ask for additional proof of identification to be sent to us electronically.

Deal with a single property lawyer

When you get a quote from Holmes & Hills you will be told who your conveyancing lawyer would be should you choose to instruct us. You will deal with a single property lawyer who will have sole responsibility for dealing with you and your property transaction. They will be supported by their team who might assist at various stages in order to proactively progress your transaction, but your property lawyer will have sole responsibility for your transaction/s.

Expert and professional property law advice

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. All of your questions, whether relation to search results, title deeds, restrictive covenants, leases, rights of way or boundaries, will all be answered by your specialist property lawyer.  

Six offices across East Anglia

Holmes & Hills Solicitors has six offices across East Anglia. If you are local to one of our offices in Colchester (Marks Tey), Braintree, Halstead, Sudbury, Tiptree, 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 can also be made easier and quicker for you.

Get your conveyancing quote:

*Holmes & Hills' successful completion rate is calculated using sample data for 400 residential property transactions started between October 2021 to December 2021 and is compared to national average successful completion rate of 75% (provided by Rightmove, 11/05/2022).

Key Contact

Vicky Bright

Senior Conveyancing Executive

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