Chartered Legal Executive
Kerry Brown is a residential property specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors.
Transfer of Property
Kerry is able to provide expert legal advice on a wide range of conveyancing matters. She will be happy to guide you through the process of selling, remortgaging or buying a property, whether you have moved many times or are just starting out on the property ladder. If you are buying a brand new home from a developer or buying an existing house or flat Kerry will be pleased to assist you.
Kerry is also able to assist should you need to transfer a property due to divorce or separation or if you wish to register a loved one on your deeds following marriage and other similar situations. She is also able to provide advice on many other property related matters. Kerry is a member of The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and is based at our West Bridgford office. If you are considering moving home or buying a second property as an investment, request a conveyancing quote or call 0115 9100600.
Kerry Brown has been with the firm for 14 years and has over 8 years’ experience of residential conveyancing.
“Kerry Brown was generous with her time, proactive and responsive. ”Mandy Roland-Smith
“I have found the whole experience seamless. I have never met Kerry as I live on The Isle of Man, she has done everything for me with the minimum of effort on my account and in quick time. I couldn't be more satisfied with her excellent execution of our property sale. ”Carole Bevan
“My mother has used Rothera Sharp for many years. We have used them for our house sale and as always excellent service. ”Helen Goodwin
“Extremely pleased as the house sale reached its conclusion. Very efficient and professional service from Kerry Brown. ”Peter Safhill
“We used Rothera Sharp to do our conveyancing on the recommendation of a friend. Right from the start Kerry made the whole process as easy as possible for us. Kerry and her colleague were very accessible. They readily answered queries and kept us informed at each stage. We had an unexpected problem towards the end of the process but Kerry dealt with it superbly so that we were able to complete on time. Of three house purchases we have been involved with, this was, by far, our best experience. We would not hesitate to recommend Rothera Sharp, and Kerry in particular, to anyone. ”Carol & Kate Reid
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