Property Lawyers Frinton and Walton
Why Choose PDR Property Lawyers
Our expertise and great service has won us a number of conveyancing industry awards.
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If your property transaction falls through, you won’t pay us a penny: guaranteed.
We’re approachable and will keep you updated throughout the process
We take an efficient approach to conveyancing, so you can enjoy less stress along the way.
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We take care of our clients… let us take care of you!
LFS Small Conveyancing Firm of the Year
Most Trusted Property Conveyancing
The LFS Conveyancing Awards 2018 – Highly Commended
PDR Property’s Process
Get An Instant Quote
Submit your online quote for the service you need
Speak To Our Team
Call us or book a call back so our team can assess your need to identify how we can help you
Work Out The Best Approach
We will with you to offer the best possible service for what you need
Agree To Terms
Sign the legal documents to book our services once everything is agreed
Work With You Every Step Of The Way
Our team of experts work alongside you every step of your chosen service
Frequently Asked Questions
Conveyancing fees are typically split into legal fees and disbursements. The disbursements are third-party fees, such as Stamp Duty and surveys. You should be able to request a full breakdown of the costs before committing to a conveyancer. At PDR we offer a fixed price guarantee, meaning what you’re quoted at the beginning is exactly what you’ll pay.
Conveyancers specialise in property law, whereas solicitors often handle a wide range of cases across multiple areas of the law. By specialising in property law, conveyancers are experts in their field and are able to dedicate 100% of their time to these cases.
The legal work required before the contracts can be exchanged typically takes a few weeks. The completion date is around 7-10 days after the exchange of the contract. If there are any delays in the chain, the progress can be delayed.