Wendy Hooley

Partner

Residential Property


Wendy Hooley

Partner, Residential Property

Wendy is a senior member of the residential property department in the Nottingham office.  Wendy qualified in 2003 and specialises in all aspects of domestic coveyancing.

Wendy covers the following work areas:

  • Residential property sales and purchases
  • Estate development for house builders
  • Transfers of Equity
  • Land, Farm and Estate Sales and Purchases
  • Land registrations

Client Testimonials:

‘Thank you for all the professional help and assistance you provided to me and my wife on the sale and purchase of our homes. It was a very stressful time for us but with your professionalism and above all caring approach, we knew that we were in good hands.'

 'You've exceeded my expectations in terms of your dedication and attention to detail on the conveyancing of both of my properties. I couldn't have asked for a better service.'


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