I don’t have any photo identification

If you don’t have a photo id we can accept three types of ‘proof of address’ documents listed on our identification requirements sheet together with proof of your date of birth. Your conveyancer will ask for your ID when buying and selling a property when instructing, you’ll then be sent a welcome pack.

What happens during conveyancing?

Accepting the quote – Simply click the accept button within your email or agree to the fee over the phone.

Paying money onto your account – We require £25 on account. This allows us to start your conveyancing and complete your ID checks. Payments can be made online, 24/7. The £25 will be taken off your final bill. In the unlikely event your conveyancing falls through, Attwells offer a no move, no fee promise.

Welcome Pack – Your conveyancer will send you a welcome email with a few basic documents. These can be filled in and signed using your phone.

Mortgage Valuations – Your mortgage provider will require a valuation of the property you wish to buy. The valuation is designed to confirm the property you are buying is worth the same or more than the value of your mortgage.

Send reports – Everything outlined above (mortgage details, searches and draft contract) is reported to you. Our reports are written to be simple to read. However, if you prefer your conveyancer can talk you through your report. Below, is a list of frequently asked questions.

Signing your contract – Once you are happy after reading all the paperwork your conveyancer will send you your contract to sign. At this point, we will ask you for your 10% deposit.

Searches – Searches outline any possible issues with the property and serve as reassurance for both you and your lender that the property is in good order. Attwells would always recommend cash buyers have searches carried out too.
Exchange date – This is the moment everyone loves! It is when your moving date is confirmed.

Completion – Prior to completion we will receive your statement of funds required. Your funds will then be requested from your mortgage lender. Once we have your funds the keys will be released, and you can move into your new home. Congratulations!

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