The Conveyancing Process at a Glance
Buying or selling a home is a complex business, both legally and administratively. The exact order of events varies slightly, but there are three main stages to the process.
The three main stages are outlined at the most basic level below. Follow the links for more detailed information on what each individual stage entails.
Stage One: Before the Exchange of Contracts
The draft contract is received and negotiated, enquiries are made and the formal mortgage offer is received. See further Stage One in Detail.
Stage Two: Exchange of Contracts
The contract is signed and you hand over a deposit. Final accounts are prepared and the mortgage deed requested for you to sign. Final searches are made. See further Stage Two in Detail.
Stage Three: Completion
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