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Conveyancing issues can often arise when you least expect them. Our Head of Residential and New Build Conveyancing, Christine McClenaghan recently appeared live on Silk 106.9′ Legal Hour to discuss various conveyancing issues and answer your question live on air.
Don’t know where to start when it comes to re-mortgaging? Confused about what the process entails? Here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, our expert conveyancing team aim to make the re-mortgaging process as clear and easy as possible. This is the Thorneycroft Solicitors guide to re-mortgaging.
Our Head of Residential and New Build Conveyancing Christine McClenaghan appeared live on Silk 106.9 to take your conveyancing questions about important issues relating to conveyancing and the conveyancing process. Check out the clips below to hear what Christine has to say on a range of topics that can affect first-time buyers, those looking to sell a property and much more.
We are proud to announce that Christine McClenaghan has been appointed as the Head of Residential and New Build Conveyancing at Thorneycroft Solicitors.
Purchasing, selling or remortgaging a property is one of life’s big decisions and if you want the process to run as smooth as possible it’s essential that you have a specialist conveyancing solicitor to safeguard your interests.
Purchasing a property is likely to be one of the most significant decisions a person will ever make. There are many things to take into consideration when a person is looking to purchase a property.
In the UK there are more than 350,000 listed buildings. Those who own one will know that living in a listed building isn’t always straightforward.
We are delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Conveyancing Awards again this year.
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