You get what you pay for....

Whether you are a first time buyer, a landlord or if you are looking to sell a property, you will need a conveyancing solicitor.
Conveyancing is the legal term given to the process of buying and selling a house or transferring ownership of a property.
A conveyancing solicitor can be one of your biggest assets in ensuring that the sale or purchase of a property goes without a hitch. 
What does a conveyancing solicitor do? 
A conveyancing solicitor will not only deal with relevant paperwork, in connection with buying a house or selling a house but will also provide informed advice as to how the sale or purchase of the property is progressing and flagging up potential problems or pitfalls.
Another key benefit is their ability to deal with essential elements such as searches, more complex aspects such as flying freeholds, leasehold elements, shared boundaries and easements. 
Beware hidden conveyancing charges
You should treat conveyancing solicitors who are offering very cheap quotes with caution.
Cheap conveyancing deals are sometimes loaded with hidden charges so the initial fee that you thought you signed up can be far removed from the final bill you pay on completion.
Sometimes, when it comes to conveyancing, the old adage is true – you get what you pay for.
Lee Gaddes, is an experienced property solicitor and personally oversees a small and dedicated team of conveyancing professionals so when you instruct them you are dealing with the person who will handle your property transfer from start to finish, rather than a call centre or a big faceless internet operation.
You will have a personal contact who you can call at any time if you have any queries, keeping you informed and in control.
To find out more about the process of conveyancing, visit the guide Lee Gaddes has put together at www.the 
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