When can I instruct my conveyancing solicitor?

You can instruct your conveyancing solicitor whenever you feel ready. With In-Deed, you can even instruct before you have sold and/or agreed on the purchase of a property. Because there are no upfront costs, other than the small £120 initial payment to secure the fixed-fee element of your quote, and no obligation to continue with our service, many of our customers choose to instruct a conveyancing solicitor before accepting or making an offer.

Once you have instructed In-Deed, your conveyancer will be in touch to gather more information about your situation, and to offer any advice. Then all you need to do is to keep your solicitor updated on your progress, and inform your solicitor as and when you are ready to begin the conveyancing process.

Your conveyancing quote is dependent on the valuation of the property and is therefore subject to change if the home you buy or sell changes price. However, this is very rare, unless that valuation was wrong, but it is easy to get a new quote at any stage. Have a look at the answer to the question ‘What happens to the quote if the property value has changed since the initial instruction?’ for more information.

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