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Tom Ansell

Head of Conveyancing at Brethertons

Rugby, United Kingdom

About Me

After studying for my A Levels at Lawrence Sheriff in Rugby, I completed my Law degree at the University of East Anglia, followed by the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. I have over 10 years experience in residential conveyancing and qualified as a Solicitor in 2010. Prior to joining Brethertons, I worked for both high street and national law firms which has given me a wide understanding of different aspects of the market. I have extensive experience in all areas of conveyancing, including freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, as well as shared ownership and new build property transactions. Having grown up in Rugby, I have a passion for the town and excellent local knowledge; combining this with my management experience in the industry and approachable nature, I am able to provide an outstanding customer experience from both myself and my team. I have recently become a Dad so I enjoy spending time away from the office with my wife and baby daughter. I am also a keen runner, having completed the London Marathon in 2014 where I raised over £2,500.00 for charity. I am also an avid football fan and long suffering Coventry City supporter.

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United Kingdom facing shortage of rental homes

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has indicated that the UK is facing a critical shortage of rental properties. 

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Brexit sparks spending spree from overseas investors

It is reported that the fall in the pound following the EU referendum result has resulted in a spending spree in London's property market...

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Fraudsters attempting to intercept mail by using fake mailboxes

Following my previous posts about fraudsters attempting to intercept e-mails between conveyancer and client, it would appear that a new...

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Who said the property market was slowing down? The average asking price is now at a record high!

It has been reported that the average asking price for a home coming onto the market  hit a record high of £307,633 at the beginning of...

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