Instructing us

As soon as you've instructed In-Deed, we appoint your lawyer. You'll set up your In-Deed account, where you can track everything that's going on.

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Why is this important?: 
All you want to do is move in. But the legal process of selling your current home or buying a new one can't start until you appoint a lawyer. As soon as it looks likely that things are going ahead, you'll want to instruct In-Deed, which means we can officially begin working together.
What happens?: 
You'll set up your In-Deed account, where you can track everything that's going on. You complete the instruction process and are given the details of your appointed lawyer. When you instruct us for a purchase, your lawyer will collect a payment of £260 to cover the immediate cost of searches. Your lawyer will be in touch to confirm how you'd like to pay. You only need to pay legal costs and the rest of the payments once your sale & purchase completes.
What we do: 
Appoint the lawyer who will be handling your transaction.
Email you a letter setting out our standard terms and conditions
Send you questions about the sale or purchase for you to answer
Things you will need to do: 
Tell the other parties involved that you've appointed In-Deed and the details of your lawyer
If you're selling, find any documentation you have from when you bought your current home
Things you will need to send us: 
Signed terms and conditions form
If you're buying, pay £260 to cover immediate costs