Conveyancing team recognised for outstanding customer service

Shortlisted for The ESTAS Conveyancer Awards 2019

The conveyancing team at Winston Solicitors are delighted to have been recognised for their outstanding customer service. The team have been shortlisted in The ESTAS Conveyancer Awards 2019 which is the biggest award scheme in the UK residential property industry.

The ESTAS highlights the best firms for customer service in the home moving process by analysing customer feedback. The only way to judge the performance of a conveyancer is to ask the clients who experienced their service, right through to completion.

The conveyancing team at Winston Solicitors have been shortlisted for a client service award at The ESTAS

The team are also a finalist at the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2019 Residential Property Award category and were shortlisted for three Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2019.

Delivering a high standard of service is a key factor within all the departments at Winston Solicitors. Our property team are particularly keen to deliver a service at a time when they know emotions and stress levels can be running high for their clients.

A first time buyer recently left their review:

"Winston Solicitors were absolutely fantastic with dealing with the purchase of my house. As a first time buyer I was immensely worried about the conveyancing process; it sounded convoluted and confusing, and although it is a mystifying process, Leasa and the team at Winston Solicitors made it clear and easy at each stage of the purchase. Their prices were incredibly competitive compared to other firms, and the service I received was impeccable. I am 100% satisfied with Winston Solicitors and would recommend them to anyone if you want a friendly but professional service who are immediate in getting back to any enquiries."

You can talk to the conveyancing team on 0113 320 5000 and ask for your FREE, NO OBLIGATION conveyancing quote. 

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