Conveyancing. Your Way.
Whether you’re buying, selling or remortgaging, Stipendium’s independent, market-leading Convey portal enables you to choose from a panel of more than 150 conveyancers in less than two minutes. Find out more about what your digital conveyancing journey with Stipendium involves.
Choose by comparing price, location and reviews and engage immediately.
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Why choose Convey?
No sale, no fee (excluding disbursements for example search costs that may have already been incurred on your behalf)
A choice of over 150 firms to choose from
Get a range of quotes in less than two minutes
Instruct online and track your case online 7 days a week
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Upload important documentation into one central location, giving instant access to your conveyancer
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Getting a Quote
To get started, click on the ‘Get a Quote’ button at the top of this page.
Simply enter your details and in less than two minutes you will be presented with a list of solicitors and conveyancers. The list will show you who they are, where they are based, the costs and the rating awarded to them by previous users. You can order the quotes using any of these factors and it is up to you which one you choose.
What will my solicitor commit to?
All solicitors on our panel will:
- Accept referrals and contact you within 24 hours of being instructed
- Keep you up to date daily via the website, email or text messages
- Try their best to meet the expected completion date
Whichever solicitor you decide to appoint, you can rest assured that strict service standards will be in place, monitored and adhered to.
Frequently asked questions
Who provides the service?
The service is provided for Stipendium Limited by United Legal Services. Whilst full due diligence has been conducted on each service provider, the conveyancing firms listed are entirely responsible for the conveyancing services they provide.
What will a solicitor do for me?
Whether you are buying a new property, re-mortgaging to another lender, selling a property or carrying out a Transfer of Equity you will need to appoint a solicitor. A solicitor is responsible for transferring the legal ownership of a property from one person to another, and/or for ensuring that a lender gets a valid legal charge over that property; this process is called conveyancing.
If you are buying a home your solicitor will also carry out various searches on your behalf ensuring that you know as much about the property as possible before you buy it. They will deal with the offer from your lender, prepare the legal contracts between you and the seller and confirm an appropriate date with the seller when the purchase can complete. If applicable your solicitor will also decide to pay the Stamp Duty Land Tax to the HMRC on your behalf.
When do I need a solicitor?
- Buying a property
- Selling a property
- Transfer of Equity