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Trusted by 100s of clients for their conveyancing in Wales, our accredited conveyancing solicitors have the expertise and experience to make the process as quickly and efficient as possible.

If you’re buying, selling, remortgaging or transferring equity from a property or land in Wales, we are here to help you 6 days a week.

One Fixed Price Fee
Fixed Legal Fee* quotes with no hidden costs

Our conveyancing solicitors in Wales will carry out all the legal work you need for a fixed fee.

No Completion Protection
No Completion No Fee protection as standard

You won’t be charged any solicitors’ fees if for any reason your transaction falls through.

Simple & Straightforward
Local SRA-regulated solicitors

Our nationwide panel of premium property lawyers can take care of your local conveyancing needs in Wales.

Expert property solicitors in Wales

At Homeward Legal, we take pride in delivering exceptional conveyancing services across Wales. Our team comprises local experts with intimate knowledge of Wales's property market, ensuring personalised assistance wherever you are in the country. They stand ready to provide you with all the information and advice you may need.

Let our skilled conveyancing solicitors in Wales handle all the legal complexities for you, so you can focus on the excitement of your property journey. Whether you're buying a period property in historic Conwy, selling a modern apartment in Cardiff, or remortgaging a family home in scenic Pembrokeshire, we're here to guide you through every step.

Our efficient online conveyancing platform ensures a seamless and hassle-free experience, providing services locations to clients across England and Wales.

Trusted partners for your property transactions in Wales

Contemplating a property transaction in Wales? Whether it's in vibrant Swansea or picturesque Aberystwyth, Homeward Legal is your trusted ally. Our team specialises in navigating Wales's diverse landscapes, offering tailored guidance and support to ensure a smooth transaction.

Rest assured, we exclusively work with experienced conveyancing solicitors in Wales who are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority or the Council for Licensed Conveyancers.

Commonly asked questions:

Conveyancing in Wales involves navigating through its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and unique legal framework, including the laws of the Welsh Assembly Government. Understanding local regulations, such as planning permissions under the Planning (Wales) Act 2015, is essential for successful transactions.

Wales boasts a wealth of historic sites and designated conservation areas, including national parks like Snowdonia and cultural landmarks like Cardiff Castle. Buyers should be aware of any restrictions or regulations that may apply to properties located within these areas and seek advice from solicitors experienced in Wales' conservation regulations.

Certain areas of Wales may be prone to flooding due to its topography and proximity to water bodies like the River Severn and River Dee. Conveyancing solicitors conduct flood risk assessments to help buyers understand and mitigate any potential flood risks associated with their chosen property.

Wales' coastal regions offer stunning scenery and unique property opportunities. Solicitors assist buyers in understanding coastal erosion risks, access to beaches, and any regulations governing coastal development, ensuring a smooth transaction process for properties near the coast.

Wales has several Welsh-speaking communities, and properties located within these areas may have unique linguistic and cultural considerations. Solicitors assist buyers in understanding these aspects and ensure compliance with any relevant language or cultural preservation regulations.

Wales features several Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast. Solicitors conduct environmental searches to identify any conservation restrictions, land usage regulations, or planning permissions that may affect property transactions within these protected landscapes.

Explore Wales conveyancing costs with Homeward Legal. Our transparent pricing, including solicitors' fees and disbursements, comes with a fixed legal fee guarantee and a 'No Completion, No Fee' assurance.

Whether buying or selling, ensure a cost-effective and risk-free conveyancing experience in Wales. Contact us for a detailed breakdown and trust Homeward Legal for transparent, reliable, and hassle-free property transaction services.

To get in touch with our conveyancing solicitors in Wales, please feel free to call now on . We're open late Monday to Friday and from 10am until 4pm every Saturday.

You can also check out our conveyancing glossary to get a better view of how conveyancing works and find out even more about us

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Conveyancing Services across England and Wales

We work with a panel of conveyancing solicitors across England and Wales, so the conveyancing solicitors near you will have local knowledge.

Check our service locations to find conveyancing solicitors in your area.

No Completion No Fee is our promise that in the unfortunate event that your property transaction falls-through you will not be liable for any of the conveyancer’s fixed legal fees for the work completed.

To secure this benefit a fee, already included in your quote, is taken upon on deciding to go ahead with your transaction.

Should your transaction fall through, for whatever reason, we can hold this amount on account for your next transaction or provide a refund.

Your Fixed Legal Fee** quote from Homeward Legal ensures that you pay no more than we have quoted you for and is based on the information you’ve provided to us being true and accurate.

There are specific circumstances on a minority of transactions that may require additional charges that could not be foreseen at the outset.

A list of those charges and explanations can be found here with details of the potential cost. These will only be charged following discussion with your conveyancer with a clear explanation of what they are for.