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Conveyancing in North East

Find out more about conveyancing in the North East

Conveyancing in North East

Located within the North East of England, you have County Durham, Tyne and Wear, Cleveland and Northumberland. With the largest towns and cities being Newcastle upon Tyne, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Gateshead, and Darlington. In 2019 the recorded population within the North East was nearly 2.7 million.

The North East is home to some of Britain’s well-known landmarks such as The Angel of the North in Gateshead, Bamburgh Castle, Hadrian’s Wall, and Durham Cathedral, which is one of the world heritage sites, to name a few.

Known for its ship making, glass making, salt making and coal mining; the North East has a rich history.

Some ask, is it better to use a local solicitor for conveyancing?

The short answer to this is no, property solicitors and conveyancers can act on your behalf from anywhere in the country not just the North East – as long as they have to right tools to do so.
Although the location of your conveyancer might be useful to consider, you should avoid basing your decision of who to instruct on this alone as there are lots of other important factors to consider – for example, reviews, referrals and whether they offer a fixed fee or a no move no fee guarantee

What is the difference between a solicitor and a conveyancer?

The main difference between a solicitor and a conveyancer is that solicitors are able to practice all areas of law, whereas conveyancers solely complete the legal work for property transactions. Both a solicitor and a conveyancer will be able to complete all the legal work behind the scenes to transfer the ownership of your chosen property. They will also walk you through each step in the process and hold your hand to ensure the transaction is as smooth as possible, as they are well aware moving home can be a stressful process.


My Home Move Conveyancing has the overall knowledge of all areas, having carried out conveyancing all over England and Wales. We have overcome many weird and wonderful issues, putting our conveyancers in a better place to overcome such issues if they arise again, ensuring you and your home move are in safe hands.

What are the steps for conveyancing in North East England?

How quickly can house conveyancing be done? There is no precise answer to this, however the length of the transaction is roughly between 12-16 weeks from when the sale is agreed. Having said this, it depends on whether you are buying or selling and whether there is a chain or not.
Buying a house can be a daunting thought, but our qualified conveyancers can help you through it. There are a few steps to buying a house:

If you wish to find out more about the process of buying a house in the North East, then we have a helpful guide with a helpful video explaining the process. If you are selling a house, we also have a handy guide to assist you with the steps of selling a house.

North East conveyancing quotes

When it comes to choosing a conveyancer in the North East of England, we advise that you look at company reviews on different channels and listen to recommendations as this is a good indicator on whether the company is trustworthy and reliable. Also, something to note is there could be hidden fees within the T&Cs so be sure to check the small print. Get an instant quote with us; a few easy steps and your quote is in your inbox to instruct. You can do this online – or we have a team of friendly quote advisors if there is anything you would like to discuss.

How do I instruct you as my conveyancer?

If you are looking to instruct us, we have a fabulous team of over 30 specialist conveyancers with an average of 14 years’ experience each who will take care of you. You will have direct contact with your allocated conveyancer within a team that most suits your property transaction. They will only ask for search fees upfront, everything else is paid for towards the completion date. You’ll have access to our eWay app which has helped thousands of clients per year to keep track of their sale or purchase.

Our Promise to you

When working with My Home Move Conveyancing, we will provide you with a dedicated Conveyancer who will work with you and guide you through the process of your transaction, whether that be buying, selling, buying & selling or remortgaging with an all-inclusive, fixed price quote. We also offer a no move no fee guarantee, therefore you won’t pay any legal fees if the move falls through.
You can also track every step via our online case management service in the form of our eWay app. This can be downloaded from the app store and allows you to have overview of every document uploaded and at what step your Conveyancer is.

Get in Touch

If you are looking for a Conveyancer to work with you on your transaction or simply just researching for now and want to get a free quote, then do contact us where a member of our team will be delighted to help you.

Living in the North East

Within the North East of England there are many exciting places to visit, in Newcastle there is the Victoria Tunnel which runs underneath Newcastle, stretching from the Town Moor to Tyne River. The tunnel is a preserved 19th-century wagonway, originally the use of this was for transporting coal, however now it’s a tourist attraction where you are guided through the tunnels and taught the history. The Angel of the North in Gateshead is a contemporary sculpture by Antony Gormley and is said to be seen by 33 million travelers approximately per year.

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Conveyancing Team

If you would like to speak to someone about your case please call our Conveyancing Team on

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