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Conveyancing used to be tedious, time consuming and very frustrating. At In-Deed, we’ve made conveyancing fast, efficient and user friendly. We’ve combined all the best bits of working with a traditional, highly trained conveyancing lawyer with online technology to

simplify the conveyancing process and deliver the UK’s best conveyancing service. At In-Deed, you can receive documents electronically and keep track of your conveyancing progress live online. You also get a direct line to your own dedicated property lawyer. And with our transparent conveyancing fees, the price we give you upfront is the price you will pay. We’d love to help with the legal side of your move.Get a free conveyancing quote here to get started.

For those uninitiated in the conveyancing process, we provide a wealth of information about the conveyancing process from the initial planning stage right up through to completion and finalising details. Reading through our process, you will see as highlighted above, that on setting up your own In-Deed account you are appointed a dedicated lawyer who will work with you until completion. If at any point you need any assistance in setting up your account, please contact us on 0330 100 2322.

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