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Are you hoping to buy the home of your dreams or looking to sell your own property? Find out quickly how much it would cost with our Instant Quote calculator at the bottom of this page.

   

 

With The Chamber Practice, there are no hidden charges or sneaky extras.  We charge transparent fixed fees and unlike with most of our competitors, you will pay no upfront fees to sell your property

Terms and Conditions: *Home report fee (variable) is payable on deferred terms of 6 months or until the property sells -whichever occurs the soonest.  All other fees and outlays are payable at settlement of the sale transaction.  Should you decide to change selling agent or withdraw your property from the market for any reason at any point, once you have given instruction to sell your property, then the TSPC/ASPC insertion fee and the home report fee as quoted will become payable immediately.  The Home Report is not transferable from The Chamber Practice without first paying the fee in full.  
Offer available only to DD postcode areas.  Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.  Acceptance of the offer as detailed above is deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions in their entirety.

 

Selling?

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Standard Costs
Estate Agency Fee
Conveyancing Fee
Preparation of Schedules
Money Laundering Check
Posts & Incidents
For Sale Sign
Total Ex VAT
20% VAT
Sub Total
Outlays*
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Discharge
Advance Notice
TSPC Fee
Home Report
Final Amount

*Up-front outlays are the TSPC fee in the sum of £220 and the Home Report (which is payable direct to the Surveyors).
**Please note: ASPC fee = £300.00

Buying?

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Standard Costs
Legal Fee
Post & Incidents
Completion of LBTT form
Money Laundering Check
Total Ex VAT
20% VAT
Sub Total
Outlays*
Recording Dues of:
Advance Notice
Disposition
Security
Land and Buildings Transaction Tax
Total Costs

From 1st April 2016 an additional 4% of the total purchase price will be levied on additional properties with a purchase price above £40,000, on top of existing Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT).