Do solicitors charge a fee for unsuccessful offers?

First Time Buyers FAQs

Find out the answers to your frequently asked questions

Do solicitors charge a fee for unsuccessful offers?

The simple answer is no.

It is usually all part of the final fee your solicitor will charge you for completing the purchase of your home.

Certainly, we don’t charge a fee for noting interest or for unsuccessful offers, that is all part of our special fee offer for first time buyers.

The key to offering successfully

That said, you don’t want to be making too many unsuccessful offers. That only leads to disappointment.

The key to offering successfully is to get accurate advice and information about the property market and what properties in your price range are selling for, so that you can have a better idea of what you can afford and what you will need to offer.

What you can expect when you appoint Cameron Stephen & Co as your solicitors to help you buy your first home

We specialise in helping First Time Buyers in Edinburgh. We know the property market and will give you all the help and guidance you need to ensure you will offer successfully and then complete the purchase of your first home.

We can also go through your finances etc and give you a Budget Breakdown to give you a clearer idea of what you can afford.

We have a whole list of FAQs for first time buyers

If you have any more questions you would like answered, then you might find them in our First Time Buyer FAQs section.

About Cameron Stephen & Co

We are a firm of solicitors and estate agents based in the Leith area of Edinburgh. 

We specialise in helping first time buyers in Edinburgh. So, if you would like to find out more, then below are a few links to get you started.

Special Fee Offer for First Time Buyers

We offer a great value fixed fee for first time buyers.

Need help finding a mortgage?

Why not get in touch with Alasdair who will be able to help you?

Find out more about buying your first home

You can find out a lot more information on our website