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Choose A Legal Eagle Not A Turkey

Choose A Legal Eagle Not A Turkey

At Knights Property Services we know when you’ve made up your mind to sell your property it’s a time to make the right decisions and choices.

You are selling your most valuable asset. It’s important that the people helping you to achieve your goals are the best for the job.

You’ve chosen a great estate agent (hopefully Knights Property Services).

Now it’s time to instruct a solicitor. Sometimes referred to as a conveyancer or conveyancing solicitor.

Over the many years we’ve dealt with hundreds of them. Some very good. Some very bad.

They really can be the difference between a property deal going through or collapsing.

A good solicitor certainly helps everyone involved in the buying or selling of the property remain calm and well informed.

The three main things to look out for when picking a solicitor to handle your sale are:

Communication: Will they return your calls? Do they needlessly insist on replying in writing every time?

Clarity: Does their quote include disbursements? These add on fees can really mount up. Be clear on what you are going to pay.

Customer Care:  Do they have a good track record? Do they have testimonials they share willingly?

We work regularly with some solicitors who we highly recommend.

Get in touch and I’ll be delighted to share their details with you.


Thanks for reading,

Whether you are selling, buying, letting or renting, we’re here to help. Call Adil and our team on 01276 539111 or email:  for expert advice which is honest, accurate and informative.

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