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This article was published on May 14th, 2019
The firm is delighted to announce that our Conveyancing team has been added to an exclusive group of solicitors on the Help to Buy panel, recognised for their ability to handle conveyancing matters relating to Help to Buy products and services.
The Thorneycroft Solicitors Conveyancing department is led by our Head of Residential and New Build Conveyancing and the team is now on the panel for both Help to Buy North West and Help to Buy London.
Over the past few months, the department has continued to grow and has gone from strength to strength. The appointment of the team to both Help to Buy Panels highlights the department’s commitment to the highest standards of client care and provides clients both present and future clients with the assurance that they are receiving the highest levels of service.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors, we offer a bespoke new home conveyancing service which is tailor-made to support your new homes purchases to ensure the house move runs smoothly.
New homes sales need special attention, which is why Thorneycroft Solicitors, as members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, as well as panel members to all major lenders, are well placed to offer the specialist conveyancing service required for new homes sales.
It is essential to choose a conveyancing solicitor that knows the developments well and understands all the legal documentation required for new build properties but who also work with pace and efficiency to ensure the new home sales process runs smoothly and without delay.
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