Capital Conveyancing website launches

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7 September 2016


Website launchA new conveyancing website has launched into the property market under the name Capital Conveyancing: www.capitalconveyancing.com. The conveyancers behind this new site are aiming to help people buying and selling property in London arranging the legal side of the process easily.

The Capital Conveyancing site not only gives instant quotes, but also offers help and answers to frequently asked questions about buying or selling property in London. The website is a fresh look at the legal side of the property market in the capital, and gives prospective clients a direct way to contact their conveyancer.

Through this brand, home buyers and sellers can not only get a free, instant online quote for their transaction, but also go ahead and instruct, and start to progress their sale or purchase in London with Capital Conveyancing within hours. Conveyancing fees are fixed for typical conveyancing transactions.

This new offering is unique because it’s localised and specialised for London, and, unlike many other conveyancing websites, Capital Conveyancing is behind the whole process, from start to finish. Capital Conveyancing is not just a website – it’s the team that processes the conveyancing instruction end to end, dealing with property searches where necessary, and all the other stages of buying or selling a home.

The Capital Conveyancing support team is open in the evenings and weekends, to assist with queries about quotes and transactions making sure there is someone there to talk to about the process.

About the website, head of marketing Cordelia Oxley says “This is a fresh way to approach home buyers and sellers, with factual, transparent information – and fixed fees too. Capital Conveyancing will not only help them at the start of the journey, but throughout their London conveyancing transaction. We hope that this service will help first time buyers and seasoned property investors – and everyone in between.

 



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