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Moving house can be an incredibly stressful process. We've got two great platforms; Smoove & DigitalMove that are the perfect companions for people like you, whether you are first time buyers, thinking about selling or in the process of home buying.

 

When you’re ready to move, ask your estate agent or conveyancer about Smoove or DigitalMove. 

 

Save time by letting our platforms guide you through getting your documents in order and making decisions about your conveyancing case.

 

Remove the wrinkles, with Smoove & DigitalMove.

Our first conveyancing experience and we have found it to be very easy’ The system is fantastic. It has been easy to use, it is great that tasks can be left whilst further information is gathered and then go back and pick it up rather than having to start again. (DigitalMove)
FAQs
What is the definition of conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of property from one person or company to another, typically in exchange for money. The person or company who owns the property being sold is called the vendor and the person or company who buys it is called the purchaser.

Will I be able to contact my conveyancer on the DigitalMove platform?

DigitalMove allows you to communicate securely with your conveyancer, without using vulnerable emails. All messaging takes place within the platform, so you can be sure that only authenticated and approved parties are accessing your case information. You are also able to attach documents to messages. 

If you don't wish to use our secure messaging function, you can still contact your case handler directly, using the details at the top of each screen on the DigitalMove platform. 

What are the steps in a conveyancing transaction?

The standard steps are:

  • The buyer and seller agree on the price, date and terms of sale.
  • The buyer pays the deposit to the seller.
  • The buyer obtains a mortgage (if necessary).
  • The buyer pays any stamp duty due to HMRC.
  • After completion, the seller hands over all keys and documents relating to the property.
  • If there are any outstanding debts or money owed by either party, these must be paid before completion takes place.
  • Once all debts have been cleared, title deeds are transferred from seller to buyer at completion.