Conveyancing advice for sellers and buyers

Through our partnership with a specially selected panel of conveyancing specialists, we provide all of our buyers and sellers with a simple and cost-effective conveyancing solution.


What is property conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal transfer of a property from one owner to another. As part of your property selling and/or buying journey you will need to employ the help of an experienced conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer to lead you through the conveyancing process.


Why keep your property conveyancing in-house with Stirling Ackroyd?

At Stirling Ackroyd we have a longstanding relationship with a specially selected panel of conveyancing experts who continue our commitment to providing you an exceptional standard of service. We have negotiated preferential rates and terms on your behalf, allowing us to provide you with a trusted solution at a very competitive price.

Our partnership allows us to work directly with our estate agency customers across Central and East London. Our recommended conveyancing services are provided by a regulated panel of industry leading law firms, so you can trust that their advice is factual and impartial.

When you undertake your conveyancing with our panel, we can offer you:

  • A fixed fee guarantee.
  • A no completion no legal fee policy.
  • Exceptional customer service.
  • A dedicated case handler who will work with you and us to progress your sale at the pace that is right for you.

Conveyancing advice for buying and selling

At Stirling Ackroyd, we understand that often when you have a property to sell you may also be looking for a property to buy. That is why our conveyancing process is simple and easy whether you are selling, buying or both. Your dedicated property expert has a wealth of sales progression knowlege and will work with your conveyancing solicitors to ensure your sale and/or purchase progresses at the pace that is right for you.

All vendors benefit from the 'no upfront payment on account' policy, meaning that you can get your conveyancing process underway before you have even found a buyer. As well as saving you both time and money, you can rest assured that should your sale fall through you are not left out of pocket.