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Low Cost Property Conveyancing:
Price Dropped 947 799 + vat + outlay

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Did You Know, You Could Save €1,000 or More, By Using a Flat Rate Legal Conveyancing Firm?

Traditionally, conveyancing solicitors charged home buyers 1% of the purchase price (+ vat + legal outlays), as a professional fee, for doing the legal work associated with buying a house and getting a mortgage.

That was all fine and well ten years ago, when the average house price was less than €100,000.

But now that the average house price is €395,000 in Dublin and about €285,000 nationally, a 1% fee has become excessive.

The good news is that the property conveyancing market is getting more competitive.

We have teamed up with one of the most competitive web based legal firms in Ireland, to offer an exclusive deal to Moving.ie members & visitors:

  • Instead of charging you a percentage fee based on the value of the house, they'll charge you a flat conveyancing fee of €799 (+ vat + legal outlay) on all properties costing under500,000. 

(If the property costs more than €500,000 there's an additional fee of €150 + vat to allow for the extra work involved in getting the relevant tax clearances)

Some people ask me what's the catch? How can they can offer conveyancing so much cheaper than most other solicitors?

There's two main reasons:

1. By Charging A Lower Price They'll Attact More Clients:

The conveyancing firm makes a smaller profit from each of their clients. But by offering a much better price, they get a lot more clients.

The bigger volume of clients makes up for the smaller margin they make from each client.

2. Improved Efficiency:

They offer a cost effective, efficient service, where clients are encouraged to correspond as much as possible via email, saving both the client and the firm time.

This means that they can focus their time on what they do best - working on the conveyancing for their clients, while ensuring a swift response.

Where are they located?

  • The solicitors are based in Tallaght in Dublin 24.

  • Even if you don’t live in Dublin, don’t worry - clients are accepted from throughout the country. Generally speaking, you’d have to visit the office on a maximum of two occasions, so you needn’t let location be a deterrent.

What's the next step?

Step 1: Calculate your legal outlays.

Legal outlays are the costs associated with buying a home, which you have to pay through a solicitor. 

As with all solicitors, these outlays are seperate from the professional fee.

They include Land Registry Office fees, legal searches and government fees like stamp duty.

Outlays vary significantly depending on the particular property. For example, the costs are different if you buy a house rather than an apartment, and fees are different for new and second hand homes.

Legal Outlay Calculator - Buying a home


Legal Outlay Calculator - Selling a home

Step 2: Appoint the solicitor when you place a deposit on a property:

When you successfully bid on a property, you’d need to print off the appointment form and fax it back to us at (01) 216 33 22. 

Step 3: We'll contact you with solicitor details:

As soon as we get the solicitor appointment form in, we’ll contact you with the solicitor details, which you can then give to your estate agent and mortgage provider.


Disclaimer:

Please note that the service provided is based on a very competitive quote which does not take into consideration or account for any exceptional circumstances. Exceptional circumstances can arise in the event of any of the following:

  1. A very complex title requiring an inordinate amount of time to consider same and advise the client.
  2. A complex title requiring Counsel’s Opinion.
  3. Complexity regarding the financial structure of the project such as cross securing on other properties or similar.
  4. Transactions where complications arise through non-disclosure by the client on matters such as Planning, undisclosed Judgements against the client which requires negotiation with a Lending Institution and/or removal from the Title.
  5. Adjudication on a Deed to avail of special Stamp Duty reliefs/exemptions
  6. An unwarranted number of phone calls from the client requiring attention outside the scope of the service offered.
  7. Missing Title Documents which would require the reproduction of same in order to effect a good Title.
  8. Behaviour on the part of the client which would render the relationship unworkable.

In all these instances, clients will be given an option on the part of the company , either to pay an additional fee or will be given a refund of any fees paid and invited to look elsewhere for the service.

The service is offered in association with Romaine Scally & Associates. Any forms submitted (including information submitted via the legal fees calculators) or other legal enquiries made via this website will be handled by their staff.