Head of Residential Conveyancing
Miranda worked tirelessly and kept to rates as promised!
How I can help:
Sales and Purchases of Residential Property
Plot Sales and Purchases
Complex and Bespoke Property Transactions
Council House Purchases
Memberships & Accreditation
Law Society Property Section
Conveyancing Quality Scheme
Bury Property Lawyers Group
I am a Director and head up the Residential Property team, dealing with the more complex or unusual elements of residential property transactions.
I also deal with a range of property transactions from sales and purchases to re-mortgages and transfers of shares of property.
I have considerable experience of working with people and organisations and a lot of my work is by personal recommendation from clients and other property professionals as well as repeat business for existing clients.
For clients who are buying and selling their own homes, I derive great pleasure from getting them and their families moved and into their new homes with the minimum of stress and hassle.
Clients with a portfolio of investment properties also value my insight and experience of the Buy To Let market and my understanding of the commerciality of these types of transactions, assisting them to maximise their return on investment.
In the office I am supported by:
As Conveyancing Assistant, it's my job to support Conveyancing Solicitor, Miranda Mortlock, with all the administrative aspects of residential property transactions. As such, I am often the first point of call for clients.
I have a great deal of conveyancing experience and love nothing more than keeping everything moving along at a pace.
Articles by Miranda
How to protect yourself from property fraudsters pretending to be you and selling or mortgaging your property without your knowledge.
Big news for UK homebuyers today with the reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax taking effect tomorrow. Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has today announced a reform of how stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is calculated for residential property purchases which complete on or after 4 December 2014. Stamp Duty Land Tax is payable…
More people are looking at buy-to-let properties to fund their retirement – and with UK home ownership falling to 66 percent, there may never be a better time to buy property to let out. However these days it’s not just a matter of sitting back and watching your investment grow.