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Moving to Slough? Save on Your Property Conveyancing Costs

Compare My Move can connect you with up to 6 verified conveyancing solicitors in the Slough area, saving you up to 70% on your conveyancing fees. Our hardworking team makes sure all licensed conveyancers undergo our strict verification process. This means they must be regulated by either the SRA, CLC, LSS or LSNI before joining us as a partner.

Your conveyancer will be responsible for handling the legal side of your property purchase. They will also organise essential searches on the property and surrounding land. These searches will detect any environmental issues regarding the property.

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    FAQ About Conveyancing in Slough

    Our team found that the average conveyancing fee when buying a house in Slough is £1,390 and £1,340 when selling a property. The conveyancing process takes approximately 149 days to complete in Slough. 

    A conveyancer will arrange the required searches as part of the conveyancing process. These searches will shed light on any concerns in and around the area of the property you want to buy. 

    Why Hire a Slough Conveyancer?

    Your conveyancer will guide you through the buying and selling processes. They help to explain any legal jargon you may not understand and will conduct relevant conveyancing searches.

    1,328 existing properties and 32 new builds were sold in Slough over the last year, according to the UK House Price Index.

    If you instruct your conveyancer once your offer has been accepted, you'll find that your transaction will go smoothly. Here is what you can expect from your conveyancer and the conveyancing process:

    • Conveyancing searches are carried out
    • Liaising with other parties such as mortgage lenders
    • Arranging the exchange of contracts and completion date
    • Checking over contracts and raising queries you may have
    • Pay conveyancing disbursements on your behalf

    This list is not exhaustive and your conveyancer may have to carry out additional duties depending on the difficulty of the case. This can include leasehold properties that require more paperwork.

    Data taken from UK House Price Index

    How Much are Conveyancing Solicitor Fees in Slough?

    Slough has an average house price of £304,185. This means that the average conveyancing fee when buying a freehold property is £1,390 and £1,560 for leasehold properties. When selling a property, the average conveyancing fees are £1,340 for freehold properties and £1,490 for leasehold properties.

    Your total conveyancing cost is dependent on certain factors. This can include the property location and whether you are buying or selling, among other things.

    The final cost will be a combination of legal fees, disbursements, and conveyancing searches. You will need to make sure that you arrange for a full Local Authority Search. In Slough, this costs £135.60 including VAT.

    Data taken from Compare My Move’s Moving House Calculator

    How Long Does Conveyancing Take in Slough?

    The average length of the conveyancing process in Slough is 149 days. This is 10 days lower than the national average of 159 days.

    The overall process takes 264 takes in Slough. This is 10 days less than the 274-day national average. This means that you are less likely to be waiting a long time for completion day. However, the timescale does vary depending on how difficult the transaction is.

    If you are part of a property chain, you may find that you have a longer conveyancing process. This is because you will likely be selling a property alongside purchasing one. This requires more paperwork and documentation to be submitted.

    Data taken from Get Agent

    What to Expect From Conveyancing Searches in Slough?

    Your conveyancer will have to conduct conveyancing searches. These will ensure that there are no environmental threats to the property. The majority of this information is held by the local authority, in this case, Slough Borough Council.

    According to Slough Borough Council, Slough experiences flooding from a range of sources. These include surface water flooding, sewer flooding, and groundwater flooding. River flooding (fluvial) is also a concern, which is also exasperated by heavy rainfall. The waterways which run through Slough include the Jubilee River.

    There is evidence of subsidence concerns in Slough and the surrounding area. Although not as high as nearby London, it is still an element of your searches that you will need to be aware of.

    A heat map of Radon Gas affected areas from Public Health England revealed very low levels of Radon Gas in Slough and much of the surrounding area. Readings were higher in nearby Windsor and also in areas North of Slough, but the borough itself showed very small amounts.

    Data taken from Get The Data and Geobear's Subsidence Map