Qualified as a solicitor in 1990, Sarah Dwight has always focused on trying to make the house moving experience better for all those involved. After establishing her own practice, dealing exclusively with residential conveyancing in April 2000, she has seen many changes in how conveyancing is done together with changes in the market.
Sarah believes solicitors are at the heart of the house moving process and have a crucial role in making sure that the public receive good advice at a stressful time.
For the last nine years, Sarah has been a member of the Law Society Conveyancing and Land Law Committee, heading the Residential Property sub group. She regularly speaks at various property conferences and she is The Surveyor Hub’s resident conveyancer.
What We Cover In This Episode:
- The difference between a solicitor, a conveyancer and a lawyer
- How conveyancers interact with surveyors and what they need help with
- Referral fees or word of mouth recommendations?
- Industry awards in the world of conveyancing
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- LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/marion-ellis-frics-ccxp/
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/marionsurveyor/
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- The Law Society https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/
- Kate Faulkner Property Checklists https://www.propertychecklists.co.uk
- Home Buying and Selling Group https://www.regulationmatters.uk/features/about-the-home-buying-and-selling-group/
- RICS Home Survey Standard https://www.rics.org/eu/upholding-professional-standards/sector-standards/building-surveying/home-surveys/home-survey-standards/
- The Surveyor Hub https://www.facebook.com/groups/the.surveyor.hub.bluebox.partners