Buying property is one of the biggest commitments, particularly financially, that most of us will ever make. 

The whole experience can seem daunting and stressful, but at Bingham Long we provide a fuss-free, simple service to assist you in your journey to purchase/sell property at an agreed fixed fee. 

What is conveyancing? 

Conveyancing covers the scope of work needed to carry out all administrative and legal work required to transfer property ownership from the seller to the buyer. 

The conveyancing process usually begins once the buyer has made an offer on a property that has been accepted by the seller. The conveyancing process is finished once all of the contracts have been signed, money has been transferred accordingly, the Stamp Duty has been paid and the Land Registry has sent a copy of the necessary legal documents to the buyer’s conveyancing solicitor. 

Contact Our Property Solicitors at Bingham Long Today

Our Property solicitors at Bingham Long will fight for your rights. You can reach us by filling out our online form or phoning us at 0151-318-6444. Located in Liverpool, Wallasey, and Birkenhead, we serve clients in Merseyside County.


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This is always a pressing question for conveyancing clients. 

If a mortgage is involved and a chain of properties involved, conveyances on average take between 8-16 weeks to complete from start to finish dependant on the particular circumstances.

At Bingham Long we do our best to progress your transaction at the speed you wish and work tirelessly to ensure the process runs as smoothly as possible. 

We always charge a client for a conveyance on a fixed-fee basis, so you can rest assured you won’t face any further charges or nasty surprises! 

Please call our offices to discuss with a member of the team and receive a quote over the phone. 

Residential conveyancing relates to all aspects of residential property ownership, including: buying and selling property, equity release, re-mortgaging a property, transfer of equity etc.

Commercial conveyancing relates to all conveyancing transactions made by businesses, including: sale and purchase of both freehold and leasehold commercial property including shops, offices and other commercial premises, as well as Shareholder sale/purchase agreements, lease surrender and assignments, lease renewals and confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements. 

At Bingham Long our specialist conveyancing team has over 20 years’ experience, dealing with both residential and commercial conveyancing matters. 

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