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When you're buying or selling your home, you'll need the services of a solicitor or conveyancer.

Solicitors and conveyancers run property searches, negotiate exchange and completion dates, and transfer ownership of a home to you if you're buying - or your buyer if you're selling.

At Zoopla, we can offer you a quote for conveyancing services in just 60 seconds.

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How it works

A conveyancing quote in 60 seconds

Find the perfect conveyancing solicitor faster than you can say 'home sweet home'

Shave 60 days off the completion time

That means being in your new place two months' sooner that you'd thought

We have clear pricing

We offer peace of mind with our honest, upfront conveyancing pricing

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Use our quick and easy comparison tool to get matched with the best conveyancers in the business.

Why use Zoopla's conveyancing services?

We keep you informed

Everything is 100% online with case tracking and alerts of key milestones. No snail mail and no boring paperwork

We have trusted experts

Our handpicked, regulated solicitors are all on your side and monitored against our quality standards

We have clear pricing

Upfront, honest and competitive quotes

Finding a solicitor or conveyancer

Hiring a solicitor or conveyancer is an essential part of the home-buying process. Here’s what they’ll do - and why it’s best not to do this bit yourself.

Got questions?

We know conveyancing can seem pretty complicated. So we’ve listed the questions we hear all the time.

What does a conveyancer do?

If you’re buying a home, conveyancers run the local searches, check the property’s boundaries, get the contract ready to sign and negotiate exchange and completion dates.

If you’re selling a home, they’ll prepare the legal contracts and work with your buyer’s solicitor. They’ll transfer the title deeds to your buyer, identify any certificates you might need (gas, boiler, electric etc) and sort the settling your mortgage. They'll also pay your estate agent’s fees and transfer any remaining money over to you.

Why do I need a conveyancer?

When it comes to conveyancing, the only way to go is with the pros. The conveyancing process requires an intricate knowledge of property law and can take several months.

Unless you're a qualified conveyancer, you're unlikely to have the full-on grasp of property law needed for this intricate task.

Given the risks, the case for using a qualified, reputable conveyancer is, shall we say, persuasive.

How much does conveyancing cost?

This all depends on how complex your purchase or sale is or if any extra legal work is needed.

Generally, it can cost up to £2,000 for conveyancing.

But don’t just look at the price quoted when making a decision, as less expensive isn't always better.

How long does conveyancing take?

This can depend on the complexity of your purchase or sale – such as if anything crops up in the searches or there are any delays in getting surveys completed.

On average, conveyancing will take between 8 to 12 weeks.

The good news is our conveyancers are slicker than your average, and can get you in your new home 26 days faster than the norm.

What's the difference between a conveyancer and a solicitor?

Both solicitors and conveyancers advise on the legal aspects of buying and selling a property.

Conveyancers are specialist property lawyers, who only focus on buying and selling residential properties, while solicitors are qualified lawyers who offer a range of legal services.

Whether you choose a conveyancer or solicitor with Zoopla, you can rest assured that you’ll get expert service and advice.

Are Zoopla's solicitors and conveyancers regulated by the authorities?

All of our conveyancers and solicitors are approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), CLC or Law Society of Scotland, meaning they meet strict behaviours, principles and a code of conduct.

The SRA acts in the public’s interest and ensure high professional standards. The SRA also provides protection in the rare event anything goes wrong. That’s added peace of mind.