Crompton Halliwell

Conveyancing – Selling Your Property Costs

SELLING A PROPERTY
PRICE FROM
PRICE TO
LEGAL FEES + VAT
£0
£100,000
£525
£100,000
£200,000
£625
£200,000
£250,000
£650
£250,000
£300,000
£695
£300,000
£350,000
£745
£350,000
£400,000
£795
£400,000
£450,000
£875
£450,000
£500,000
£925
£501,000 +
Percentage of selling price at 0.2%

Additional Fees:

Leasehold Apartment supplement up to £300 (+VAT) plus any administrative fees charged by the freeholder/management company.

Electronic funds transfer fee up to £20.00 + VAT per payment

PRICE MATCH - We always endeavour to be competitive and
will always try to match any genuine quotes if possible.

(simply forward your quotation to us for an instant decision)

VAT is charged where indicated at the current rate of 20%.

Timescales
We would expect to complete your transaction within 6 to 8 weeks. 

However, please be aware that conveyancing timetables are subject to a range of external factors and circumstances beyond our control, so this timescale is an estimate and can not be guaranteed.

For more information contact our office and speak with a member of our Conveyancing team on 0161 797 9222. 

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