Following the latest Government advice on home moving during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak,  find out more on how we can support your conveyancing journey.

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Residential Conveyancing in Christchurch

Moving house is stressful enough without the added burden of searching for a property solicitor to handle the legal side, and a surveyor to inspect a property if you’re buying. We work with professionals around England and Wales, and can offer you fixed fees as well as added guarantees.

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Independent reviews recommend using Fridaysmove's conveyancing solicitors to buyers and sellers in Christchurch, Dorset, and across the country. With the assistance of our Christchurch knowledge, we will help you move home sooner.

For a standard conveyancing transaction, your fixed fee Christchurch conveyancing quote states that the fees you will pay when you move into your new home. A No Completion, No Fee guarantee is included with every quote.

Get a fixed fee quote for your house move, or speak to a member of our conveyancing team on 0330 660 0286. You can instruct a conveyancing solicitor now, trusting that the legal work for your house move will be in safe hands.

Cheap conveyancing solicitors in Christchurch

Fridaysmove provide the most affordable CQS qualified solicitors in Dorset. In addition to cheap fees, quality of service is both without compromise and recommended by our clients.

When seeking out cheap conveyancing in Christchurch it is suggested that you get 3 or more quotes and it is paramount to check the contractual terms for any extra fees for which may markedly increase the legal costs .

Information for completing the legal work for your Christchurch property transaction sooner

Your Christchurch solicitor will take action to push your sale or purchase forward, meaning that they will chase the other parties, including the solicitors of other parties in the chain. Selecting a quick conveyancing solicitor will be one step to increasing the chance your home move will complete sooner. However there are several things you can do to fast-track the conveyancing:

  • Complete and return forms and other paperwork as soon as possible
  • Send any specific questions you have to your solicitor as soon as you can
  • Contact the landlord or managing agent for the management pack

Following these steps alone could reduce the time it takes to complete your sale or purchase by several days.

Online Conveyancing Solicitors

Home movers and investors who have chosen high street conveyancing solicitors in the past might feel that the cheaper fees offered by a conveyancer they have found online are simply too good to be true, or are suggestive of slower results.

In truth, service levels, speed or cost have little to do with whether or not a conveyancer markets their services online.

Fridaysmove's national panel of solicitors offer the 'best of both worlds'; an office in the area, and cheaper conveyancing fees.


Christchurch remortgage conveyancing solicitors who are members of Fridaysmove's national panel take care of the necessary work on behalf of homeowners who plan to remortgage their home, and quote unbeatable solicitor's fees, and hidden extras whatsoever.

Our conveyancers will be able to act for each of the major lenders and building societies across the country. Our communicative and proactive attitude could mean completions should happen faster .

Christchurch New Build Conveyancing

If purchasing a new build house or flat, you will generally have to commit to the purchase by exchanging contracts before the building work is completed. Pros when considering newly built property include energy efficiency, but some of the disadvantages include mortgage difficulties, particularly if construction is delayed.

Concerns when purchasing new build homes include confirming that any new roads built around the property are adopted (maintained at public expense). Considering the narrow time frame of newly built home purchases, you should consider proceeding to instruct a conveyancing solicitor as soon as possible.

Our solicitors helped over 1700 customers in Dorset and throughout the country in September 2020

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Last Updated: 15-10-2019 10:36

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