How long should a conveyance take?
Do I need a solicitor or conveyancer to sell my property?
Can a conveyancer act for both parties?
What does a conveyancer do for the buyer?
Can I do my own conveyancing when selling?
There could also be big legal headaches that arise from DIY conveyancing jobs. There are three such matters. First, many complications can come from failing to spot a boundary dispute. Second, from time to time it emerges that the seller isn’t actually legally allowed to sell the property. Finally, sometimes buyers will hire a professional conveyancer, who will do the best job for them, not the seller. You need to ensure your best interests are protected and legally covered. A professional conveyancer can ensure this on your behalf.
Can I speed up the conveyancing process?
If you’re organised, then you’ll be making everything much more straightforward. If you’ve got all the right documents ready to be submitted when they’re asked for, then there’ll be no additional delays.