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Bob Leather, New Homes Technical Director

Real Estate

Direct Dial: 01989 550 560
Mobile: 07966 444 267

A bit about me

I love helping people to fulfil their dreams of home ownership – especially when it’s their first home – so that’s why I chose to specialise in new build conveyancing. If you’re looking to move into a new build home, I’ll help you purchase it from the housing developer in a timely, cost-effective manner.

I know it can be stressful when buying a new home, especially if you’ve not done anything like it before. I’ll help you to liaise with lenders, help to buy agents and the builders to make the process as smooth as possible. My team are experts in new builds, and we’ll deal efficiently and promptly with any transactions – no matter how short the timescale.

During my time as a new build solicitor, I’ve developed strong relationships with the regional managing directors and sales directors of a number of major house builders throughout the UK and have spent many years on the recommended solicitors’ panels for them, so I know the industry inside out.

In my spare time, I enjoy good food and drink, cooking, travelling and keeping fit.

Want to know more?

If you are having difficulties with your mortgage, help to buy arrangement, or sale, keep the builder informed and don’t try to avoid them. They are understanding and can usually take steps to help.

New build conveyancing is complicated and very different from buying a previously owned home. Use a solicitor who specialises in new build conveyancing, as they will save you time and money in the long run.

Will we be able to move into our new home this Friday?

If it’s been signed off by the builder, we have received your mortgage offer and you’ve signed and returned all of your documents and put us in funds, then you’ll be able to move in.

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