When comparing quotes and costs for conveyancing, you should ask the question as to whether an actual solicitor has reviewed your file and if they are involved in the process. Whilst there are cheap rates advertised out there in the world of conveyancing, not appointing a qualified solicitor on your file from the start means you do not receive real legal advice. This can result in lengthy and possibly costly delays in buying or selling your property. Conveyancing works best when you have Real Solicitors providing Real Legal Advice.
Cheap prices mean that firms may have limited their professional service and possibly will not provide you with the legal advice you need. If you cannot speak with a real solicitor you are not getting the right service. At RealConveyancing our aim is to always act in your best interests. We help you understand your rights and obligations under your contract and don’t just facilitate the transaction.