‘Occasional’ conveyancers came out to play in ‘rollercoaster quarter’

Completed transactions leapt from 230,430 in 2015's Q2 to 286,425 this year

Q2’s well-documented deal-surge saw completed conveyancing activity rise by nearly a quarter (24%) over the year as the market managed fallout from the 3% stamp duty tax hike, with the largest number of conveyancing firms getting involved in deals since September 2014.

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