Residential Conveyancing Solicitor
Rania, as well as Katy, worked hard and professionally on my house purchase. Always calling me back where necessary... and this makes a HUGE difference.
The sale was completed so quickly and Rania and Katy were so efficient in making this happen.
How I can help:
Sales and Purchases of Residential Property
Council House Purchases
Memberships & Accreditations
Law Society Property Law Section
Conveyancing Quality Scheme
Bury Property Lawyers Group
I am a Solicitor in the Residential Conveyancing team, concentrating on residential property transactions. I love what I do and feel enormous satisfaction every time a client moves into their new home.
I wanted to become a lawyer as I believed that it would be a profession that was both intellectually stimulating and would provide me with the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life.
I graduated with a law degree in 2004 and moved to the area in 2010 when I joined Burnett Barker Solicitors.
I make sure that all the legal work is done properly while also keeping transactions moving and making sure that clients are looked after - which is why my clients recommend me. Increasingly, I act for buy-to-let and small-development clients - both novice and experienced and I am happy to discuss tailoring my services for repeat transactions.
Before my marriage in August 2013, you may have dealt with me under my maiden name, Rania Sadek.
In the office I am supported by:
Residential Conveyancing Paralegal
As Residential Conveyancing Paralegal, it’s my job to support our Conveyancing Solicitors, Miranda and Rania, with the day to day running of the department.
I have a Graduate Diploma in Law, in addition to a BSc degree in Psychology from the University of East Anglia.
Originally from Blackpool, I now live in Bacton and, as well as being an avid reader, am somewhat of an online-gaming fan!
Articles by Rania
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.