Conveyaning Solicitors in Essex

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We offer NO MOVE NO FEE, if for any reason you transaction does not complete during the process you can either get a full refund if work on your file is not started ie. if a solicitor not contacted you within 14 days, or if it’s over 14 days of your instruction we hold your deposit ready for when you are buying or selling next time with the same solicitor.


We offer a FIXED FEE GUARANTEE for standard conveyancing transactions so you can budget your move. Your price will not increase unless your instructions change. 


The Conveyancing quote will include the solicitors legal fee for their conveyancing work and will also include the disbursements fees and taxes which the solicitors or conveyancer will have to pay to other organisations as part of the conveyancing process.



If the instruction was done online and no telephone or email contact had with the caseworker or solicitor then the instruction can be cancelled within 14 calendar days and receive a refund (Less any bank charges / Pay pal / Card transactions charges) of any money paid to your solicitor in respect of fees where no legal work has been carried out. Any money paid for the disbursements, third party costs incurred by the solicitor on your behalf for eg. searches, land registry documents, will not be refunded. If your solicitor commenced work on your file within the 14 days period you can cancel the service and your initial deposit on account will not be refunded but it will be transferred to your next conveyancing transaction with the same solicitor. For eg. when you purchase a different property.

Property Search Packs once ordered can't be cancelled. The search costs are paid to local authority and to third party companies. The property search is specific to the client's property address and any mistakes can't be rectified after ordering the searches.



The process of conveyancing can be between 8-12 weeks but the completion can be delayed for various factors. Coneyancers and Solicitors on both sides will carry out administrative, legal and searches required for the conveyancing process. You are required to provide information and sign documents and if you delay sending back those information it can also delay the process. Your solicitor or conveyancer will contact and update you of any delays during the process.


Speed of service is a key factor for Conveyancing Quotes 4U. Using one of our solicitor firms will ensure you achieve the fastest possible completion.


Unlike other sites there are no hidden costs. We offer fixed fee Conveyancing Quotes 4U. Our solicitor firms will provide you a complete break down of costs and where there are additional searches involved or additional disbursements our solicitors will declare this to you in the client care letter.




Different Mortgage providers require certain searches and depending on the mortgage provider and the area in which the property is situated the below searches are carried out.

  • Water and Drainage Search – the connection to mains water and drainage. The location of public water mains and sewers.

  • Commons Registration Search – For property that borders common land or agricultural land.

  • Chancel Repair Search – some owners may be culpable for repairs to local church. This search will reveal if the land upon which the property is built has been registered with parish council with the Land Registry.

  • Local Authority Search – Local Authority Search reveals relevant planning application, road schemes and the whereabouts of contaminated land. This search is required for mortgage lenders.

  • Mining Search – this search reveals coal and brine mining occurred historically or in the present day.

  • Environmental Search – This is commonly used search which will identify risks within 500 meters to the property such as flooding, subsidence, landslides, landfill, waste sites and potentially contaminated sites. This search is required for some mortgage lenders.


Our panel of solicitors are registered to act for the following mortgage lenders

  1. Accord

  2. Aldermore

  3. Alliance & Leicester

  4. Atom Bank

  5. Bank of Cyprus UK

  6. Bank of Ireland

  7. Bank of Scotland

  8. Barclays

  9. Barnsley Building Society

  10. Bluestone Mortgages

  11. Bradford and Bingley Mortgage Express

  12. Birmingham Midshires.

  13. Black Horse

  14. Britannia

  15. Cambridge Building Society

  16. Chelsea Building Society

  17. Cheltenham and Glouchester

  18. Chorley Building Society

  19. Clerical Medical

  20. Clydesdale Bank

  21. Co-Operative Bank

  22. Coventry Building Society

  23. Cumberland Building Society

  24. Dudley Building Society

  25. Darlington Building Society

  26. Ecology

  27. First Direct

  28. Fleet Mortgages

  29. Furness Building Society

  30. GE Money

  31. Halifax.

  32. Help to buy

  33. Help to Buy ISA

  34. Hinckley & Rugby Building Society

  35. HSBC

  36. ING Direct

  37. Ipswich Building Society

  38. Kensington

  39. Kent Reliance

  40. Leeds Building Society

  41. Leek United Building Society

  42. Lex Autolease

  43. Lloyds Bank

  44. Lloyds Capital Development

  45. Loughborough Building Society

  46. M&S Bank

  47. Market Harborough Building Society

  48. Marsden Building Society

  49. Melton Mowbrey Building Society

  50. Metro Bank PlC

  51. Monmouthshire Building Society

  52. Mortgage Trust

  53. National Counties Building Society and Family Building Society 

  54. Nationwide

  55. Natwest

  56. Newberry Building Society

  57. Newscastle Building Society

  58. Norwich and Peterborough

  59. Nottingham Building Society

  60. NRAM

  61. Paragon Group

  62. Pepper Money

  63. Platform

  64. Post Office Money

  65. Precise Mortgages

  66. Principality Building Society

  67. Royal bank of Scotland

  68. Saffron Building Society

  69. Santander

  70. Scottish Widows

  71. Skipton Building Society

  72. Tesco Bank

  73. The Mortgage Lender Limited

  74. The Mortgage Works

  75. The Nottingham Building Society

  76. The Woolwich

  77. Tipton & Coseley Building Society

  78. TSB Bank

  79. Virgin Money

  80. West Bromwich Building Society

  81. Yorkshire Bank

  82. Yorkshire Building Society


The Solicitors Regulation Authority is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. It is responsible for regulating their professional conduct. Solicitors / Conveyancers in our panel are registered with SRA or CLC.


Council for Licensed Conveyancers is the regulatory body for licensed conveyancers in England and Wales. Our Solicitors / Conveyancers are registered with SRA or CLC.


Conveyancing is the process required for transferring ownership from seller to buyer and is usually carried out by a property solicitor or conveyance. The legal and administrative process involves various stages which start when the buyer makes an offer on the property.


Conveyancing involves drawing up of sale contracts, legal searches, finding status of property like Freehold or Leasehold etc and the ownership of the property.

Solicitors or Conveyancer are experienced and practice in the procedure and can carry out the searches required by the mortgage lender. Their experience and knowledge in this area can help to remove the stress of buying or selling.


Our Network of Solicitors and Conveyancers is growing and we are looking for experienced firms to join our existing team.

We offer customer focused quick legal service at fair price which is transparent and specific to client needs.

To join our panel you must be

  • Regulated by SRA or CLC

  • Customer focused

  • Passionate and professional

  • Must have experience in property conveyancing.

  • Keep clients and other parties informed at all times.

  • Available to address client concerns and solve problems.


If you buy a property in the UK over a certain purchase price you have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT). This is charged on purchase of Flats, Houses and other land and buildings.


If you buy either a freehold or leashold property and the purchase price is more than £125,000, you pay SDLT of between one and five percent of the whole purchase price. If the purchase price is £125,000 or less you don't pay any SDLT. 

You can check the current rates of SDLT on the HM Revenue Customs (HMRC) website 


Frequently Asked Questions


Very friendly, professional and understanding. Sent documents immediately by email and was contacted by a case worker the same day to get the ball rolling. Also very good value and by far the most competitive quote I received.

Amilia Love

I use the services of conveyancing quotes as they provided the cheapest quote for the sale of my home. The customer service so far is good, will leave another feedback after completion.

Kelly Heathcote

"Nice friendly and good service. We were a bit worried about instructing online but it certainly paid off for us. Can’t fault on the fixed fee quote. "


"Excellent service, the overall experience is positive, friendly and quick." 



"Quick and friendly service and I’m very pleased with the response from the solicitor firm. Would be happy to recommend your No Move No Fee, Fixed Price conveyancing."



"Easy to use and got immediate price online. Will surely recommend. "


"I was contacted the same day by a case worker after ordering online. Quick start and happy so far."


"My sale was straightforward as I found a cash buyer but getting a reasonable quote was important and found this website."



"Good Customer Service, happy with my solicitor and case worker. All in all very satisfied"  



"Very quick to respond to my queries. I would recommend anyone to use Conveyancing Quotes 4u. "


“I was concerned to use an online company but my concern was proved wrong as the solicitor was very professional and available at every step of the buying process.”



“Got an online quote and paid online as the price was cheaper than other competitive quotes. Got a call from a local solicitor to visit their office for ID check and sign some documents.”