Leasehold Sale & Purchase Fees

Leasehold Sale

Our fees for a leasehold property sale are based upon the property value and will be explained to you when you are given your quote.  Our minimum and maximum pricing ranges are illustrated below:

Freehold And Leasehold Sale And Purchase

We work on a fixed fee basis as this enables the case to progress more efficiently and provides you with the certainty of knowing all the fees involved.

Please note, the costs include acting for the lender on the mortgage redemption.

Factors that may make matters more complex/increase costs can include, but are not limited to:

  • Title issues;
  • Deeds of variation of lease;
  • Retrospective licence for alterations;
  • Supplemental lease of, for example, the roof void; and or
  • Numerous additional enquiries raised by the buyer’s solicitors. 

Other supplements and their associated costs are illustrated below:

Other Supplements

Disbursements

There are a number of disbursements and costs that may need to be paid in addition to the above costs. Our disbursements are illustrated below:

Disbursements

Timescales

A typical transaction will take 3 months, although it can be done very quickly if there is no chain and/or by personal attendance by the buyer’s solicitor at our offices.  Please contact us for an individual quote and indication of timescale. 


Leasehold Purchase

Our fees for a leasehold property purchase are based upon the property value and will be explained to you when you are given your quote.  Our minimum and maximum pricing ranges are illustrated below:

Freehold And Leasehold Sale And Purchase

We work on a fixed fee basis as this enables the case to progress more efficiently and provides you with the certainty of knowing all the fees involved.

Please note, the costs include all standard aspects of a conveyancing transaction, including:

  • Acting for the mortgage lender;
  • Registration at the Land Registry; and
  • Post completion requirements.

Factors that could make the matter more complex, and therefore increase costs, can include, but are not limited to:

  • Title issues;
  • Deeds of variation of lease;
  • Retrospective licence for alterations.

Other supplements and their associated costs are illustrated below:

Other Supplements

Timescales

The average timescale is three months from initial instructions to completion.  Please contact us for an individual quote and indication of timescale.

Disbursements

There are a number of disbursements and costs that may need to be paid in addition to the above costs. Our disbursements are illustrated below:   

Disbursements

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