When do I pay In-Deed?

Because of our ‘no completion, no fee’ policy, you will not have to pay any legal fees until you complete on your sale or purchase, and you only have to cover the costs of any disbursements incurred.

Unlike many of our competitors, you do not have to pay a deposit when you instruct us at In-Deed. Instead, we ask for a very small initial payment of £120 in order to secure the fixed-fee quote.

This means that many of our customers choose to get a solicitor before they accept an offer on their sale, or before they have an offer accepted on a purchase. By doing this, they have their conveyancing solicitor available if they have any legal questions, without the worry of being charged or obligated to continue with the service if they so wish.

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