Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Countrywide Conveyancing Services shortlisted for 5 awards
Countrywide Conveyancing Services have been shortlisted in five categories at the Modern Law Conveyancing Awards 2018.
In their third year, the awards will return to the Rum Warehouse in Liverpool in July to recognise and celebrate talent, achievement and innovation in the UK conveyancing market.
Conveyancing firms across the UK have been shortlisted regionally, nationally, and individuals nominated in the people categories. Countrywide Conveyancing Services have been shortlisted for:
Darren Hall, Director of Operations, Countrywide Conveyancing Services said:
“We’re absolutely delighted to have made it on to this year’s shortlist. We are passionate about the level of service we deliver on a national scale. Our customers are at the heart of our business and it is important to us we that we deliver a service they trust and are happy with, and one that our whole business can be proud of.”
Notes for editors:
Countrywide is a leading provider of conveyancing, surveying and asset management services, residential and commercial development, and consultancy and property auctions. As the UK's largest integrated property services Group we serve most major lenders, investors, house builders, commercial businesses, corporations, local authorities and housing associations. Countrywide’s network of expertise combining national scale and local reach helps more people move than any other business in the UK.
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