Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Natalie Howell

Chartered Legal Executive Residential Property | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811606
Office: 01935 813691

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I am a Chartered Legal Executive in the Residential Property team based in the Sherborne Office.

I qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2015 having worked in the Residential Property team since 2009. I joined the firm as an office junior in 2007 moving very quickly into secretarial support work in various departments before embarking on my legal studies at night school.

My role within the residential property sector involves advising clients and contacts in all aspects of residential conveyancing, including freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, re-mortgages, transfers of equity and new build purchases involving shared ownership and the Help to Buy Scheme.

They say moving house is one of the most stressful things that you can do but my aim is to make the whole process as smooth and stress-free as possible by providing clients at the outset a clear picture of what lies ahead.

When not in the office my young son keeps me extremely busy and I enjoy spending time with family and friends.

 

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