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Safina Metcalfe

Paralegal

Safina Metcalfe is a Paralegal based within our Residential Conveyancing department. Safina is based at our Head Office in the Lace Market.

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Specialisms

  • Sales and purchases of property
  • Right to Buy
  • Post-completion matters including Stamp Duty and Land Registry applications

Approach

As part of the Conveyancing team Safina helps advise clients on the buying and selling process, including liaising with mortgage lenders, estate agents and solicitors. She also deals with post-completion matters including Stamp Duty and Land Registry applications.

Safina also has experience dealing with Right to Buy. Safina enjoys the client interaction and building a rapport with clients.

Guiding clients through the process of buying their home with clarity and clear communication is important to Safina. She seeks to make the process as smooth as possible for her clients, alleviating worries and making sure they get to enjoy this exciting time in their lives.

Career Highlights

  • Safina started her legal career as a Legal Secretary with Nottingham City Council in 2018
  • Safina joined My Home Move as a Trainee Conveyancer in 2021
  • Joined Rotheras as a Paralegal in August 2021

Safina Metcalfe's Experience

Experience

3 years

Qualifications

  • Safina completed her degree, Law with Psychology LLB at Nottingham Trent University between 2012-2015
  • Safina is currently undertaking her Master of Law – LLM, Legal professions and studies

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Safina Metcalfe's Experience

Experience

3 years

Qualifications

  • Safina completed her degree, Law with Psychology LLB at Nottingham Trent University between 2012-2015
  • Safina is currently undertaking her Master of Law – LLM, Legal professions and studies
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