Engrossment Fee

An Engrossment Fee may be charged when a buyer is purchasing a property that has just been built or converted.  

This is because the documents and planning information on new developments are generally more detailed. As a result, the solicitor will issue a charge for providing these documents, which the buyer must sign.

The typical cost of an Engrossment Fee is variable, but it will usually be in the region of £50 to £100, exclusive of VAT.