Faye Ransley

Licensed Conveyancer

Faye joined our Property Team at Barwells in 2014 having worked in the same area of law since 2003 as a Legal Secretary.Having excelled in this part of the industry for a number of years, Faye took the challenge to study with The Council of Licensed Conveyancers (CLC), and has since qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2019. Faye is now an integral part of the Residential Practitioner Team based in the Newhaven office.

Faye receives instructions from a wide range of sources but mainly her work originates from recommendations and repeat business as she is well known for being approachable and pragmatic. Faye is experienced at dealing with different types of Freehold and Leasehold Sale and Purchase transactions, as well as re-mortgages and Transfer of Equity in areas throughout Lewes District, Mid Sussex, Brighton & Hove, Kent and beyond.

Faye will work to get your transactions done within the challenging timeframes of today’s property market, and prides herself on offering a friendly and efficient service. She understands that communication is paramount and key to the smooth running of any property transaction where she ensures an open line of communication with all parties dealing with matters personally, and delivering exceptional service to her clients.  It is appreciated that every transaction, no matter how big or small is a big event in your life, and Faye will put her clients at ease in situations that are potentially stressful.

Outside of the office Faye is kept busy with her family, and whenever possible keeps fit with other mums playing football with a local ladies football team.

News and media

  • Blog
    • Posted on May 4, 2020
      During this unprecedented time, it’s really given me a moment to realise, how much I love being a Conveyancer.
      Posted in: Conveyancing
    • Posted on February 6, 2020
      Whether you are a seasoned property investor or you are selling your property for the first time, one of the most important documents you will have to fill in during the process is the Property Information Form.
      As the name suggests, this form contains information about the property’s ownership, boundaries, disputes, compliance with building regulations and other factors affecting the property. The Form forms part of the contract and is binding on the seller, therefore all the information provided has to be to the seller’s best knowledge.
      Posted in: Conveyancing

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