DIY conveyancing is possible if you are willing to deal with the large amounts of paper work and legal jargon, by doing it yourself you may well save yourself a fair amount of money. However, you should think about doing conveyancing yourself very carefully; it is a complicated and lengthy process and you could end up in difficult situations if it is not done properly. Few people involved in buying or selling a property undertake DIY conveyancing for several reasons:
- Mortgage lenders will often ask that you use a solicitor in order to protect their own interests.
- There is a risk of things going wrong, which could cost you a lot of money.
- Solicitors will be insured, so any mistakes they make will be covered.
- The processes involved in some properties, such as leasehold properties, are very complex
If you were thinking about DIY conveyancing but are now thinking it would be better to get some expert help, click on the link to find a conveyancing specialist in your area.
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