Commercial and Residential Conveyancing Blackpool


Commercial and Residential

Accredited Conveyancing in BlackpoolAccredited Conveyancing in Blackpool. Here at Easthams we offer a professional fast and efficient service at a great price. Our proactive approach and advanced systems mean your transaction will proceed quickly with no unnecessary fuss or hassle.

When you choose Easthams you will have a dedicated experienced professional to guide you through the conveyancing process, so that you are kept you fully uptodate on progress.

We don’t make you give up your valuable time to come and see us (although you’re always welcome). Everything can be done by email, telephone and post. You don’t even need to be local to us. Our satisfied clients come from all over England and Wales.

We can help you with all aspects of conveyancing including:

  • Sales and purchases
  • Help to Buy purchases
  • Shared ownership properties
  • Leasehold properties
  • Mortgages and re-mortgages
  • Part exchanges
  • Transfer of Equity
  • Commercial Leases

Commercial Property

Easthams recognise that your commercial property needs are likely to be complex. To find out how our dedicated team can help you and to request your bespoke estimate please call us on 0800 032 1432 or email

Residential Property

Easthams are proud to have been granted the Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation by the Law Society. This is a nationally recognized quality standard for residential conveyancing solicitors.

How much will it cost

For an estimate of our residential conveyancing fees please click here.

What is included in the price

You will have an experienced property professional dealing with your transaction. The estimate of our fees will be based on the information you give us at the start. The more information you can provide, the more accurate the estimate will be. The legal fees in the estimate will be based on the information you give, and will cover all normal work in a typical residential conveyancing transaction of that type.

What additional charges may there be?

There will be some expenses related to your conveyancing transaction which will be payable to third parties. These are often referred to as disbursements, and include fees payable to the Land Registry and local authorities. The exact amount of these expenses will depend on the property and the transaction, but we include details of the likely expenses in your estimate. Stamp Duty Land Tax may be payable for property purchases in England, and in Wales there could be Welsh Land Transaction Tax to pay. Although your estimate will include an approximate amount of the tax payable, there are many different circumstances which can significantly affect the amount of tax payable. You can calculate the amount you may need to pay by using HMRC’s calculator at or WRA’s calculator at Although we offer fixed fee residential conveyancing, there can sometimes be additional work required which was not anticipated at the outset of the transaction and so was not taken into account when providing you with the estimate. For example, you may believe a property to be freehold but it turns out to be leasehold; there could be a problem with the title to the property which has to be remedied before the transaction an proceed; the title to the property may not be registered at the Land Registry and so the transaction is more complex. If it becomes necessary to amend the estimate of our fees we will notify you, and agree with you how the additional work will be charged. Where possible we would apply a fixed fee for that additional work but would of course notify you if that became necessary. Details of the most common additional charges can be found here.

How long does it take?

The length of time a conveyancing transaction takes will depend on a number of factors, including the type of transaction. For a remortgage, the average process takes about 8 weeks to complete. For a sale or purchase, the average time is between 8 – 12 weeks. That is in part because a sale or purchase depends very much on the other parties in the chain, and how quickly they are able to proceed. For example, there could be a long chain where one end of the chain is ready to complete but the other end does not have mortgage finance in place. The chain would not be able to complete until all the parties in it were in a position to do so.

What is involved?

We have produced a leaflet to explain the key stages of a residential property sale and/or purchase. Which can be accessed here.

The key stages in a residential remortgage or remortgage & transfer of equity are a little shorter, and can be accessed here.

Contact Us

For further advice or guidance, speak to our team of experts on 0800 032 14 32 or email