O’Donnell Solicitors are proud to announce that they have been accredited with The Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) within just ten weeks of opening their doors.
The CQS demonstrates that O’Donnell Solicitors follow best practices, meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service and can satisfy regulators, lenders and insurers.
The CQS, introduced in 2011, continues to improve standards across the residential and conveyancing sector, and O’Donnell Solicitors are proud to be recognised as providing such a quality service.
The CQS is based on two main elements; quality and probity. O’Donnell Solicitors have very quickly proved that they run and manage their practice to a high standard, but also that they have strong moral principles assessed in the accreditation application. The CQS opens the doors for homebuyers who purchase with the assistance of a mortgage, as many mortgage lenders recognise and trust the quality mark and require a CQS accreditation before they will work with a firm. This accreditation means that your conveyancing requirements can be carried out both locally and to a high standard.
O’Donnell Solicitors recognise that buying or selling a property can be a daunting and emotional experience. Still, with their quality service, they aim to ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible. O’Donnell Solicitors can advise you on buying and selling a property, buying a property to let, working out your rights in a leasehold, or conducting property searches. As an accredited member of the CQS, O’Donnell Solicitors can also explain the steps required in buying or selling a home and tell you what service you can expect from them. This will all be conducted in an honest and open manner, where costs are transparent and where, as a client, you will be fully informed throughout the process.
If you would like to find out more about the quality service that O’Donnell Solicitors can offer, please contact 0161 641 4555.
To find out more about the CQS Accreditation, please visit http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/for-the-public/using-a-solicitor/quality-marks/conveyancing/.