Your leasehold Sale

Our fees cover all of the work required to complete the sale of your new home, including dealing with mortgage lenders or any third parties with an interest in the property

Legal fees for your leasehold sale

  • Under £100,000.00 (£700+VAT)
  • £100,000 - £149,999 (£850+VAT)
  • £150,000 - £199,999. ( £850+VAT)
  • £200,000 - £299,999 (£950+VAT)
  • £300,000 - £399,999 (£1100+VAT)
  • £400,000 - £599,999 (£1250+VAT)
  • £600,000 - £799,999 (£1400+VAT)
  • £800,000 - £999,999 (£1750+VAT)
  • £1,000,000 + POA

Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as Land Registry fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smoother process.

  • Copy documents - typically between £10 and £30
  • Electronic money transfer fee - £25+VAT
  • Conveyancing Software Fee - £23.50+VAT

Second and subsequent charges will cost £100 plus vat per charge to discharge.

You will typically be charged a sellers information pack fee by the management company. This usually costs between £100-£400.

If your property has a solar panel lease we will charge up to £200 plus vat to deal with the same.

Work out your estimated total fees for your sale

Legal Fees (£ VARIABLE) plus

Copy document fees (£10-30) plus

Electronic money transfer fee £25+VAT plus

Conveyancing Software Fee £21+VAT

How long will my house sale take?

The length of time a sale transaction takes depends on many factors but a usual average time-scale would be between 6 and 12 weeks from commencement. It could be quicker if there is a small or no chain involved, but it could take longer if your chain involves a new build or there are problems found with the property when surveyed or difficulties found on the title or amongst the Contract papers which require the sellers to take steps to remedy them.

The precise stages involved in the sale of a residential property vary according to the circumstances but usually involve most, if not all, of the following:

  • Take your instructions and give you initial advice
  • Take details of any mortgages secured on the property
  • Draft contract documents
  • Obtain further planning documentation if required
  • Reply to enquiries by buyer’s solicitor
  • Send final contract to you for signature
  • Agree completion date (date on which you sell the property)
  • Exchange contracts and notify you that this has happened
  • Arrange for all monies needed to be received
  • Discharge any mortgages
  • Serve notices on any third parties
  • Account for monies due to you

Chesworths Solicitors is the trading name of Chesworths Legal Limited.
Company Registration No 9327128. Registered in England and Wales.
Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. SRA Registration Number 621457.
© 2024 Chesworths Solicitors