Conveyancing

Home Conveyancing

When moving home it can be difficult to find a conveyancing service that is reliable, professional and accurate but here with Challenor Gardiner you get just that, without the large price tag to follow. Whether you are looking at buying, selling, transferring property rights or are enquiring about property in the , you can rely on our professional team to assist you throughout every step of the way. We understand that moving house can be a stressful period of time, not only for you but also the rest of your family. That is why we are here to assist and guide you through every step, with a professional and friendly service to give you peace of mind with great value service. Our team can assist with:

  • Buying property
  • Selling property
  • Re-mortgaging your property or getting new mortgages
  • Equity release mortgages
  • Freehold reversions
  • Registering title deeds
  • Transferring property ownership
  • Council house purchases and right to buy schemes

Our Aims

We have an aim of creating a successful foundation for all of our clients within the area so that they have a point of call to turn to when in need of conveyancing service. By delivering a professional service that exceeds our client’s expectations, we are able to be confident in all of our services and skills. We guide every client through their personal conveyancing needs and remove fear, worry and mystery from your property matters.

Our Conveyancing Team

Curtis Rogers joined the firm in 2014 and in our busy conveyancing department and is Head of Conveyancing. Curtis graduated from the University of
Cambridge and completed his training contract with Legal 50 City firm MacFarlanes before qualifying as a solicitor in 2013

Gary Kwek joined us in the spring 2017 working alongside Curtis in our busy conveyancing department. Gary qualified as a solicitor in 1998 and has over 23
years’ experience in residential conveyancing.

Alexia White gained a 1st class LLB (Hons) degree from the University of Central Lancashire in 2012 and has recently completed her PhD in International
Law. Alexia first began working for us full-time in our conveyancing department in 2012 and spent 2 years before taking a career break to start her family
and working for another local firm of solicitors in their conveyancing department. Alexia re-joined us as a part-time conveyancing paralegal in 2017.

Gloria Asaaga began her legal career in 2014 as a legal secretary in a large commercial practice in Oxfordshire before changing firms to be a residential
conveyancing paralegal. After a short career break to start a family, Gloria joined us in 2019 as a residential conveyancing paralegal and began her solicitors
training contract a year later.

Amy McCullough is a recent law graduate from Nottingham Trent University and is a paralegal/secretary supporting our busy solicitors.