Buying or Selling a House
Our residential property team has a well-earned reputation for giving high-quality legal advice and ensuring clients get the care they need. That’s why 100% of clients would recommend us.
The residential property team is focused on giving clients excellent service and attracting work through a well-earned reputation for high-quality legal advice and smart processes while ensuring clients get the personal care and attention they need. Our clients deal with a dedicated individual who will guide them through each step of the process.
The team is supported by a large and experienced commercial property team, which is helpful when things get technical. This is something which high street property lawyers often lack and sets us apart from our competitors.
Whether you’re buying a house or selling a house, we’re here to help!
We are specialists in new build work and the team acts for a number of national and regional housebuilders. The team’s reputation for delivering great service and quick turnaround has resulted in four national housebuilders in the last 12 months recommending us to act for their buyers.
The team live and breathe both Gordons and Yorkshire values of being hardworking, straightforward and uncomplicated. They go the extra mile for clients and roll their sleeves up to collaborate with all those involved in transactions to get completions over the line.
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