Purchaser Panel

Recommending a conveyancing solicitor on your purchaser panel to act on behalf of your buyers shouldn’t be difficult. However, recommending the right firm is crucial as the service they deliver will inevitably reflect on you.

Experience, reliability and robust systems are all essential, but just as important is the relationship that we will develop with you and your selling solicitors in order to progress matters swiftly, proactively and collaboratively.

Direction Law has over 30 years’ experience of working with housing associations and private developers’ clients, helping them through every aspect of the home purchase journey. Due to our particular specialisms in new build and affordable housing transactions we are on the purchaser panel for many organisations who work in this sector.

For housing associations – we have a team specialising in new build shared ownership, equity loan and outright sale programmes and separate departments dedicated to resales and staircasing. Whatever, type of transaction we are instructed on, the case will be handled by a specialist in that field.

For private developers – our new build department works closely with many private developers on all types of new build schemes including any that have an equity loan element such as Help to Buy.

As a commercial firm we are aware of your need to maximise sales and cash flow within tight timescales. As such, we will always approach every case in a positive and practical manner utilising our various specialisms to achieve early exchanges and completions, whilst maintaining excellent levels of customer satisfaction.

Our strengths include not only our knowledge and expertise but, most importantly, our people. Our friendly and professional staff understand how daunting the home buying process can be, particularly for a first time buyer. We will guide and support clients every step of the way, ensuring that questions are dealt with sympathetically and with as little legal jargon as possible.

If you are considering recommending Direction Law to your buyers, please contact us to discuss how we can work together.