What does ‘no completion, no fee’ mean?

At In-Deed, we work under a ‘no completion, no fee’ policy.

We know first-hand how disappointing it is when a house-sale or -purchase falls through, particularly if you’re near the point of exchanging contracts. The last thing that you need is legal bills to deal with, because the rest of the process of moving home is expensive and stressful enough already.

That’s why, with In-Deed, you will only pay the conveyancing solicitor’s fees when the transaction is complete. And if your transaction falls through for any reason, you don’t pay any legal fees, even if the solicitor has completed a mountain of conveyancing on your transaction already!

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