Frequently asked Questions about Conveyancing in Newcastle

How long will conveyancing in Newcastle take?

Our Conveyancing in Newcastle team will do their best to meet tight deadlines, providing that it does not compromise your or your lenders long term interests.   No two conveyancing transactions are ever the same, so it is often impossible to be specific about how long a transaction will take.

There are a number of factors affecting the timeframes for Conveyancing in Newcastle.   For example, how quickly the other property Solicitors respond to enquiries, results of searches, and how quickly the other parties involved can arrange their finances. If there is a chain with many vendors and purchasers and buyers entirely dependant on each other, delays can occur. On average our freehold and leasehold conveyancing in Newcastle it is likely to take between 6-8 weeks.

Who will be handling my Conveyancing in Newcastle?

Fridaysmove have vast experience in the area and will assign you to a Solicitor with solid knowledge of the Newcastle property market.   You will have a dedicated Solicitor whom you can call directly at any time if should you have any concerns or queries, keeping you informed and in control.

Why should we use Fridaysmove for  Conveyancing in Newcastle ?

Our Newcastle  Conveyancing Services are provided by experienced lawyers who deal with properties in all areas of Newcastle on a daily basis.   They deal with all property types during the course of the legal transaction for Newcastle properties including: cross freehold flats, leasehold flats, new build conveyancing etc.

Our recommended Solicitors are recommended by and sit on the panels of many leading agents and financial advisers throughout Newcastle and are also instructed by all major lending institutions including Newcastle Building Society.

Get a quote for Newcastle Upon Tyne Conveyancing fees.

We provide a full online service for Newcastle buyers and sellers,  with full offline support and direct telephone contact with the Conveyancing Solicitor dealing with your move.    Fridaysmove panel are regulated by the SRA.

What happens after completion of my conveyancing in Newcastle?

Once completion of your home move in Newcastle has been confirmed, we will forward any outstanding monies due to you.   After completion has taken place for your purchase conveyancing in Newcastle our post completion department deals with the payment of your stamp duty (where applicable) and the registration of the title. This process can take several weeks to finalise. If there is a mortgage on the property then the mortgage deeds are sent to your mortgage lender where they are held until the mortgage has been paid or the property is sold. If there is no mortgage involved you will need to tell us whether you require the deeds to be sent to you.  If you wish, our we can arrange safe and secure storage of your deeds at no extra charge.

The vast majority of the conveyancing cases in Newcastle and Tyne and Wear that we transact are straightforward, however there is always an occasional conveyancing case in Newcastle that is not so simple - this could be for a variety of reasons.  We are experienced conveyancing lawyers used to freehold and leasehold including new Build Conveyancing and you can rest assured that we will do everything we can to make the purchase as quick and painless as possible.   Should we encounter any problems we will let you know about them and tell you how we will resolve them.