At Sinnott Solicitors, we have extensive experience of property transactions and we provide a full legal service to purchasers and vendors of real estate in Ireland.

Our Purchaser services include the following:

  • Full investigation of title
  • Registration of mortgage
  • Registration of ownership
  • Returning of title deed to lending institution

Our Vendor services include the following:

  • Taking up your title documents from your lending institution
  • Drafting contracts for sale
  • Dealing with queries from the purchasers Solicitors
  • Taking your sale to a conclusion



Price of PropertyConveyancing Fee
€50,000 to €200,000€1,500 plus VAT
€200,001 to €300,000€2,000 plus VAT
€300,001 to €400,000€2,500 plus VAT
€400,001 to €500,000€3,000 plus VAT
€500,001 to €600,000€3,500 plus VAT
€600,001 to €700,000€4,000 plus VAT
€700,001 to €800,000€4,500 plus VAT
€800,001 to €900,000€5,000 plus VAT
€900,001 to €1,000,000€5,500 plus VAT
€1,000,000 to €1,200,000€7,000 plus VAT
€1,200,001 to €1,300,000€7,500 plus VAT
€1,300,001 to €1,400,000€8,000 plus VAT
€1,400,001 to €1,500,000€8,500 plus VAT
€1,500,001 to €1,600,000€9,000 plus VAT
€1,600,001 to €1,700,000€9,500 plus VAT
€1,700,001 to €1,800,000€10,000 plus VAT
€1,800,001 to €1,900,000€10,500 plus VAT
€1,900,001 to €2,000,000€11,000 plus VAT
First Registration Application€250 – €500 (depending on type of application necessary)
Re-mortgaging Fees€1,500 to €2,000 plus VAT and outlays (see below)

These are fees which are payable to the acting solicitor – additional third party outlay fees are listed below.


All  fees are subject to VAT at a rate of 23%.  The outlay charged should be identical regardless of what solicitor you use because outlay is simply an administrative expense to your solicitor in dealing with the matter and not subject to profit or used as a means of charging an additional fee

The typical outlays in any property transaction are as follows:

  • Property Registration fees/Land Registry fees/Registry of Deeds fees which range from €575 to €975 and upwards for Land Registry and €600 upwards for registry of deeds titles to include first registration application.
  • Search fees to include planning search to be carried out against the property, the Vendor and Purchaser before closing the transaction- normally €100 to €200depending on the type of searches required.
  • Swearing fees payable to a Solicitor/Commissioner for Oaths for swearing documentation normally €30.
  • Miscellaneous items which can include stamp duty – 1% for residential property and 6% for commercial property, postage, stationary, couriers and Counsel’s advice or opinion on title if necessary.

Are you buying and selling at the same time?

Generally speaking if a person is buying and selling a property at the same time and if they require a Solicitor to act in both transactions, contact us below as it should be possible for us to provide you with a more competitive quotation because you are buying and selling at the same time.  

It is important that you use one Solicitor if you are buying and selling at the same time because of the importance of the timing of the closing in each case.  The need for the closing of each transaction to coincide is generally very pressing.

We also provide legal services in relation to:

  • Obtaining a mortgage
  • Commercial Letting Agreements
  • Site Acquisition

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