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Our Fees

We offer a fixed fee for this type of service which is based on the value of the property in question. The prices below are for the complete service which includes:

Taking your initial instructions, undertaking due diligence exercises on the property, managing and exchanging contracts on your behalf, ensuring funds are transferred properly for completing the transfer of property, and registering the property in your name. 

The below estimated prices include VAT. To obtain a full and accurate quotation please contact us.

Get your Quote

To get a no obligation quotation contact us on the number below:

Call: 01633 386026


There may be additional tax due on this matter which would be separate to the estimated cost. Please visit the below links for more information:

WRA Land Transaction Tax Calculator (Properties in Wales)

HMRC Stamp Duty Tax Calculator (Properties in England)

In certain circumstances, where the matter is unexpectedly complex, the above fees may not apply:

  • if legal title is defective or part of the property is unregistered
  • if you discover building regulations or planning permission has not been obtained
  • if crucial documents you have previously requested from the client have not been provided
  • if there is more than one mortgage involved

There may be additional fees based on the nature of your sale or purchase, e.g.:

Help to Buy ISA supplement £60.00

New build supplement £120.00

Bank transfer and administration fee £36.00

Leasehold supplement £180.00

Disbursements are costs related to third party services which we pay on your behalf. The following disbursements are not included in the above price:

Land registry registration fee depends on the value of property and whether it is a registered or unregistered property

Official copies of the title documents from the Land Registry £3.00 per document

No Search Indemnity Insurance £ depends on the value of the property

Bankruptcy search per person £2.00

Sale Disbursements

Office copy entries £3.00 per document

Purchase Disbursements

Local, drainage and environmental search package £125.00 (Wales)

Local, drainage and environmental search package £140 (England)

Land registry search £3.00 per title

Bankruptcy search per person £2.00

The following additional disbursements will apply to leasehold properties and you will be advised when they are payable during the course of the transaction: 


Notice of Transfer fee – This fee if chargeable is set out in the lease.

Notice of Charge fee (if the property is to be mortgaged) – This fee is set out in the lease.

Deed of Covenant fee – This fee is provided by the Management Company for the property and can be difficult to estimate.

Certificate of Compliance fee – To be confirmed upon receipt of the lease.

These fees vary from property to property. We can give you an accurate figure once we have sight of your specific documents.

You should also be aware that ground rent and service charge are likely to apply throughout your ownership of the property. We will confirm the ground rent and the anticipated service charge as soon as we receive this information from the Landlord or Management Company.


Leasehold Enquiries Form: there will be a fee payable to the Freeholder or Management Company for obtaining ground rent and service charge information. This information must be supplied to the purchaser and the fee is determined by the Freeholder or Management Company for the property and can be difficult to estimate.

Meet the Team

Kelly Goddard

Partner, Legal Executive
Qualified: 2013

Kelly is a Chartered Legal Executive and one of the founding Members of Wade and Wade LLP.  Kelly commenced her career in a busy conveyancing department at a large law firm in 2002 and has worked at several firms in the Newport and Cwmbran areas.  Whilst working as a legal assistant, Kelly studied Law at a local college and qualified as a Lawyer in March 2013.  Kelly deals with both straightforward and complex residential conveyancing matters and is Head of the Residential Conveyancing department.

Katie McIntyre

Partner, Solicitor
Qualified: 2016

Katie is a Solicitor and one of the founding Members of Wade and Wade LLP. Katie deals with residential conveyancing to include freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, re-mortgages and transfers of equity. Katie has worked in the legal sector since 2007 after completing a Law Degree and Legal Practice Course and has worked for various firms in the South Wales area before starting the practice in 2017. As part of her training, Katie gained experience in family law, will drafting and probate administration but now specialises in residential conveyancing which is where she started her career.

Andrea Witt

Conveyancing Executive

Andrea joined Wade and Wade LLP in May 2019 and works in the residential conveyancing department. Andrea has a wealth of experience having worked as a Conveyancer for over 20 years in the Newport and Cardiff areas.

Alyson Butler

Conveyancing Assistant

Alyson joined Wade and Wade LLP in September 2018 and assists with residential conveyancing matters.  Alyson has worked in the legal sector  for over 30 years and assists both Katie and Kelly with all matters including post completion work.

Our PRocess

Purchases & Sales

Stage 1

Taking Instructions

At this stage your solicitor will establish contact with everyone involved. We collect the relevant documents and information from everyone involved to get the process started.

Stage 2


This is where your solicitor does their due diligence. We perform searches on the property and surrounding area as well as reviewing the deeds and related paperwork to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into. If we catch anything out of the ordinary, we’ll discuss it with you and work out how to move forward. When you’re selling a property with us we respond to the new buyers queries and they perform the searches.

Based on the findings of this stage we write up a contract to confirm the terms of the property transfer. Once everyone agrees on the content of this contract we’ll invite you to sign it and transfer your deposit to us if you’re making a purchase.

Stage 3

Exchanging Contracts

At the point where contracts are exchanged the transfer of property becomes binding. We will transfer your deposit if you’re making a purchase and agree a ‘completion date’ which is when we will transfer ownership.

Stage 4


This is the day that the transfer is completed. Solicitors will confirm the transfer of funds due, and the keys are released from your estate agents – congratulations on your new home!

Stage 5

Post Completion

Following completion your solicitor will set about arranging the payment of any tax due, and the registration of the transfer of property with the Land Registry.

Mortgages & Re-Mortgages

Stage 1

Reviewing the Mortgage

When it comes to mortgages your solicitor is required to review the offer as well as the other property documents (e.g. deeds). We’ll check over your mortgage offer and make sure all the conditions are met. We may have to carry out some searches on the property at this point too to satisfy your mortgage lender.

Stage 2

Arranging Completion

Once your lender and you are content with the offer and that any conditions are being met you sign the Mortgage Deed. Your solicitor then gets an up-to-date settlement figure for your existing mortgage (if any) and we set a date to transfer all of the funds.

Stage 3


On the day the funds are transferred to us from your new lender we will settle any existing mortgages and we transfer any left over money to you. Finally, we register your new mortgage at the Land Registry.