Our conveyancing calculator
Whether you’re a first time buyer, or you’re selling in order to move into your dream home, our conveyancing fee calculator can help you plan your budget with an instant quote for our online conveyancing service.
We'll break down the costs item by item, so you can see exactly what’s included in our service.
There are no hidden fees or unexpected add-ons – just a transparent online conveyancing service, managed by a dedicated property lawyer who will guide you through your purchase or sale.
Free instant fixed-fee quote
Our quotes have no hidden charges and cover all the conveyancing fees and other transaction costs you’ll incur for buying or selling a property. You'll know your financial situation from the start.
No excess cost protection
Due to things outside of your control, property transactions can fall through. Cost protection provides no excess cover for your upfront conveyancing fees, search costs and lender charges.
Dedicated property lawyer
You'll have your own dedicated property lawyer with the expertise to guide you through the conveyancing journey. You'll have their mobile number, email address and be able to instant message them.
24/7 case tracking with MyEden
You'll be able to track your case progress and your financials in real-time through your MyEden platform. Change in offer or mortgage interest rate? No problem, update it and MyEden will recalculate.
Conveyancing Costs FAQs
What is the average cost of conveyancing fees in the UK?
According to the Homeowners Alliance, buyers should expect to pay between £300 and £1500 in conveyancing fees. This is in addition to the cost of disbursements, which include property searches, Help to Buy supplements, and other costs that may be added dependent upon your situation.
You can view Eden's pricing guide here.
How are conveyancing fees calculated?
Conveyancing fees are calculated based on a number of factors. These include details about the property being purchased – for instance, whether it is freehold or leasehold, the value of the property, and the location.
This will also be dependent upon how the buyer will be finding the purchase, such as whether they’re using a Help to Buy ISA or a gifted deposit.
Fees will also vary for first-time buyers, who are exempt from costs such as stamp duty.
Fees are also different for current homeowners, who will also need to factor in conveyancing costs for selling their current property, as well as the fees on their new property.
To get a fast, free conveyancing quote based on your unique circumstances, you can use our online conveyancing calculator to see how much you could save with Eden.
What does my conveyancing fee include?
Your total conveyancing fees will typically consist of your chartered conveyancer’s standard rate, alongside any disbursements that are required based on the details of your purchase. These are likely to include:
- Property searches (Local authority, land registry, and environmental)
- Anti-money laundering and anti-fraud checks
- Stamp Duty
- Title deeds
- Transfer of ownership
Based on your situation, you may also require:
- Help to Buy or Lifetime ISA supplements
- Gifted deposit supplements
- Leasehold supplements
- Unregistered Property Supplement Fee
- Additional checks based on location (whether the property is in a high-risk flooding area or in proximity to a mine)
Is it better to use a property lawyer or solicitor?
Solicitors are well-equipped to deal with the process of buying and selling property.
However, many buyers and sellers prefer to instruct an experienced property lawyer, who specialises only in property and the complex legal process of buying or selling a property.
Although both a property lawyer and a solicitor will be able to facilitate the purchase or sale of a house, property lawyers are intimately familiar with property law as it is their specialism, and will be able to advise you in the event of any legal complications with your purchase or sale.
Do you pay conveyancers on exchange or completion?
Most property lawyers, conveyancers and solicitors will request a small instruction fee to access their services, you will typically pay conveyancing fees once the sale has been completed. However, it’s always best to check this in the early stages of choosing your conveyancer, in case they have a different policy.