As well as selecting the right agent to find you the right buyer, having a good conveyancer/solicitor is equally important, as they play a critical part in whether or not your sale completes.

In theory, the agent’s role is to find the buyer and negotiate the terms of the sale. The conveyancing solicitor’s role is to ensure the legal work is correct.

Instructing the right solicitor/conveyancer will minimise the stress so often associated with the moving process. Efficiency is key at this stage and your solicitors should have good communication skills, keeping you in the loop during the purchase process with the aim of a smooth, efficient completion.

Over the years, Satchells have developed good working relationships with a few select solicitors, whom we believe offer a good, reliable and competitive service. You don't have to be buying or selling through us to take advantage of these solicitors. Get in touch to find out more and secure a proactive, tried and tested conveyancing service.

Please note: Satchells may receive a commission payment from the referred solicitor/conveyancer should you instruct them.

Terminology

No Move, No Legal Fee - some solicitors, if you decide to withdraw from a sale or purchase prior to the exchange of contracts, you may not have to pay any fees. Your conveyancer will also return to you any part of your upfront payment not used for your search fees.

Fixed Price Guaranteed - In some cases, no matter how complicated the sale and/or purchase, you can budget with confidence because the quote you receive can be fixed and guarantee

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About Satchells


Established in 1922, we have been trading for more than 90 years and pride ourselves in offering friendly advice and delivering a high level of customer service.

As an established estate agent, we have developed our marketing and advertising techniques to ensure maximum exposure of your property and thereby secure a buyer or tenant.

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