GWlegal launches first-time buyer service

First-time-home-house-buyers-mortgage-700.jpgGWlegal has launched First Moments, a dedicated conveyancing service for first-time buyers.

The service comes with a number of perks, including £100 off the legal and admin fee upon completion and a £25 voucher to be used at Ikea, B&Q or Amazon.

Clients also get a PDF guide answering common conveyancing questions, as well as ‘selfie cards’ encouraging them to take photos of specific first moments in the new home, such as the first takeaway and first bit of DIY, and share them on social media.

Both clients and introducers can keep up to date with the progression of their case at any time; clients can use the GWaccount, while introducers can make use of the case management system GWlive.

GWlegal head of sales Emma Hall says the First Moments service has been designed to provide first-time buyers with the tools needed to make the process of buying their first home as stress-free as possible.

She adds: “The message we want to convey to clients is that choosing an experienced and reputable firm such as GWlegal will ensure there is light at the end of the complex and often time-consuming conveyancing process.

“This new service encourages clients to enjoy those special first moments in their new home and, of course, take a selfie… or five.”



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  • Amir Kharkowa 5th February 2018 at 11:00 am

    I think they need to bring their core service up to date first- freebies and gimmicks are smoke screens I fear