What do you do at Home Property Lawyers?
I am case handler and work along side my assistant in managing a caseload of sale and purchase transactions. There are a range of Leasehold and Freehold transactions that we deal with and we guide clients through the transaction to the point of completion.
What’s your career background?
After completing my Law degree in 2011, I spent a year and a half working for Homelet, a tenant referencing company. I started with Langleys in November 2012 as an administrator, and quickly moved on to the role of an assistant and then onto a Conveyancer’s role.
It is a pleasure to assist people with an essential part of the process of buying and selling properties. The legal aspect involved can sometimes be daunting for clients so we try to make the process as straightforward as possible. It can often be a stressful time for people so being able to assist and guide clients through the process can be rewarding. It’s a good feeling to let clients know when their sale has completed or that they can collect the keys to their new home.
What do you love about working at Home Property Lawyers?
We deal with many transactions, so lots of people with all different circumstances, which means there is always something new to learn and every day is different. There are so many within our team who are always willing to help each other out. A team of such lovely people to work with is hard to find and makes coming to work enjoyable and creates such a positive atmosphere.
What makes your house a home?
The memories made with family and friends.
Sammi dealt with our purchase efficiently and professionally, the service she gave was excellent - dealing all queries promptly and simplifying what at times was a complicated process. I would highly recommend her to anyone!
Samantha Creane and Chloe Turner were excellent. Always available to answer any questions and always come back in contact if they didn’t have the answer straight away.
Samantha Creane and Chloe Turner were always helful, positive and cheerful. I couldn’t fault them.