Countrywide Limited is registered in England under number 08340090. Registered office: Greenwood House, 1st Floor, 91-99 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0PP. VAT number: 500 2481 05.
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Busy schedule? Always on the go? We are here to make life easier for you. That's why our conveyancing service is open 7 days a week and into the evening.
Monday - Friday 9.00am to 7.00pm
Saturday 9.30am to 4.30pm
Sunday 10.00am to 3.30pm
In fact, we're only closed on Christmas Day, Easter Sunday and Bank Holidays.
It's true. If you decide to withdraw from a sale or purchase, for any reason or at any time prior to the exchange of contracts, you won’t pay any legal fees for the conveyancing. You will still be responsible for any third-party payments made.
All of our Conveyancing services are offered with a transparent, fixed price guarantee, meaning you can budget with confidence no matter how complicated the sale or purchase of your property becomes.
With other lawyers, if your purchase falls through, then you will have to pay for a second time for further searches on a new property. With Countrywide Home Conveyancing, we will refund you the cost of the second set of searches up to £350*. For more information, click here.
We are rolling out a secure, online service, so you can control your Conveyancing from a smartphone, tablet or computer 24/7. The service will include handy short video guides that help explain key steps and how you can help move the process along.
Once again, our service is designed with one person in mind – you. You don’t have to waste time travelling to see us. You don’t have to attend any meetings. We will keep you fully informed every step of the way by post, phone, or email. It’s as easy as that. We aim to deliver a consistently faster legal service and we closely measure the performance of our lawyers, to ensure that your matter is dealt with proactively. Our lawyers specialise in Conveyancing only, so they will not be “in court and unavailable".
Both you and your estate agent will have direct telephone and email access to your allocated property lawyer. Your property lawyer will also deal with other lawyers electronically, where possible, to speed up the transaction.