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Everyone was very helpful and made the experience of buying our first home easy and stress-free.

Mr & Mrs Q, Ecclesfield

I would like to thank you for all your help and advice during the last few months. I found you very approachable with a no nonsense approach, telling exactly how it is - which I like. Also sending and receiving the paperwork/emails was very efficient. I will use Banner Jones again if I have need of a solicitor.

Ms B, Sheffield

The speed and professionalism throughout were excellent. They've got their finger on the button

Mr Nash

Excellent Service

Mr P, Chesterfield

The service you delivered was excellent. The identification and resolution of the issues reflect your diligent approach to this transaction. All my enquiries were dealt with promptly including calls and e-mails outside normal office hours. I was very pleased with the service and will be happy to use your services in future and recommend you to others.

Mr S & Ms B, Dore

Having used Banner Jones for years, and knowing Andy, it was a pleasure to deal with Jamie Poole. Very professional, and I am very pleased with all relating to our move. EXCELLENT.

Mr C & Mrs B, Chesterfield

With you having a local premises it made it much easier for us to get to. We were met with a friendly atmosphere. Our business was dealt with, and everything was explained in a straight forward manner.

Mr & Mrs W, Coal Aston

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your assistance and guidance throughout this leasing process. As you will understand it was not an easy decision for us to close the business and lease the property we have occupied for over twenty years. Your support has been very much appreciated.

Mr & Mrs R, Walton
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