Benefits of Online Conveyancing

July 2, 2018

Firstly, you may be wondering what exactly is conveyancing? Online conveyancing is basically all the legal stuff involved in buying, selling and remortgaging properties. It is the process of moving the legal ownership of property or land from one person to another.

Online conveyancing is becoming increasingly popular and this article will explain why it may be a suitable option for you.

One of the main reasons why people decide to use online conveyancers is that they are usually a lot cheaper and more convenient than having to walk or drive into town and pay for parking, only to find out the shop closed ten minutes ago! Online Conveyancing websites can be accessed 24 hours a day from the comfort of your own home or on your smartphone. With our EHL conveyancing quote tool it makes it quick, simple and easy to get a quote for your conveyancing.

Online conveyancing has also led to an increase in market competition, as comparing quotes from different sites is easy. So after researching different companies, you are likely to find the best rate around with a company you trust (we hope it's us).

At EHL Conveyancing, skilled and qualified professionals always carry out conveyancing lawfully and efficiently. We can be much faster than high street conveyancers as we can email our documents to you to complete saving time waiting for postage. Email updates are also far less intrusive than having to take time out of your day to visit a branch.

High street conveyancers often charge an hourly rate whereas here at EHL conveyancing, we offer a fixed* and transparent quote from the start. See for yourself and find out how much you can save by using our quote tool available here.

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