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Buying or selling a home can be a daunting prospect as well as a significant investment, and we take time to listen to your needs and ensure the transaction proceeds smoothly. Your conveyancing will be dealt with by a fully qualified legal professional. We will keep you up to date and informed of progress throughout the transaction. The conveyancing services we offer include:

  • residential sales and purchases;
  • commercial property;
  • mortgages and remortgages;
  • auctions;
  • delayed completions;
  • option agreements;
  • title splitting and amalgamation;
  • enfranchisement and right to buy; and
  • lease extensions and variations.

Notary Express is accredited under the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme.


Clients have repeatedly cited the reasons they were pleased to use our services:

  • the lowest prices and best value;
  • the fast and professional service; and
  • we always return calls and emails promptly.


We can carry out conveyancing at a distance anywhere throughout England and Wales. We conduct most of our work by email and telephone, which is quick and efficient, as well as highly convenient for most clients.


We have a reputation for being fast and professional. We generally reply to queries and deal with things same day. We can carry out a simultaneous exchange and completion. We are open 7 days a week at times that suit you.


We have a policy of permitting clients to select the searches they want to order on a purchase. We will provide recommendations and explain what each search covers, but you have the final say on what you want. This means you are in control of the cost.

Contact Us

For a free initial discussion on how we can facilitate your property deal, please contact us on 03333 122 221 or by email at

Over 95% of our sales and purchases successfully complete

Notary Express is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (633433)

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Generally most houses are freehold and flats are leasehold
Generally most houses are freehold and flats are leasehold