Shared Ownership Solicitors
Humphreys & Co. - specialist shared ownership conveyancing solicitors
Humphreys & Co. is Share to Buy's key professional partner in providing legal services to customers purchasing, selling or staircasing a shared ownership home. There is no obligation to engage with them for the necessary conveyancing legal work, but they are known to us as a long-established, reputable, independent solicitors' firm with a strong track record in and specialist knowledge of affordable housing transactions nationwide*.
You may find it helpful to contact Humphreys & Co.'s specialist shared ownership conveyancing team today for a NO OBLIGATION QUOTE on firstname.lastname@example.org .
*Share to Buy ltd does not directly endorse or recommend Humphreys & Co. or any other firm of solicitors and takes no liability for the service you receive, and can give no guarantees to levels of service, but recognises from its commercial experience of working with Humphreys & Co. that they seem to offer a comprehensive service staffed by lawyers with high levels of knowledge specific to shared ownership and affordable housing transactions. Share to Buy ltd does not receive any commission or referral fees if you use Humphreys & Co., although Humphreys & Co. may from time to time choose to advertise on sharetobuy.com and at home shows hosted by Share to Buy ltd. You are not obliged to use Humphreys & Co. or any other specific firm for your transaction and should take independent legal advice before entering into any complex financial transaction, including house purchase, sale, staircasing or other related transactions.
29th June 2015
Our latest Guest Blog come from Vikki Baines, Account Manager - Open Market Shared Ownership, Moat. Vikki takes a look at the beginning of the shared ownership journey - the things to consider and where to look for properties.
16th June 2015
Welcome to our new mortgage blog, where over the coming weeks we will try to explain some of the requirements for successfully obtaining a mortgage. In our first blog we will address the questions: How much can I borrow? and How do mortgage calculators work?