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I just wanted to say thank you so very much for all the help I was given when I needed advice very quickly. The staff were so kind, understanding and helpful. My first impresssions of Banner Jones are outstanding and I will not hesitate to contact you in the near future when I will require further assistance. Normally I may feel a little intimidated speaking to a solicitor but was made to feel really at ease.

Mrs A, Chesterfield

Thank you so much for all your hard work. I appreciate it’s your job, but to a layperson like myself the assistance of skilled professionals in such matters is invaluable and excellent service makes the minefield of property transfers - which can be so stressful - so much easier.

Mrs. V, Sheffield

Pleasant and helpful, offering appropriate advice. Worked very well when problems arose and excellent communication, particularly on completion day.

Mr & Mrs M, Newbold

Immediate contact via email. Purchase of home went smoothly and without any complications.

Mr & Mrs W, Stonegravels

Thank you!

Mrs M, Coal Aston

We have used before and our Mortgage Advisor recommended Banner Jones.

Mr & Mrs G, Dronfield

Both Jade and Sally were efficient, committed, positive and enthusiastic. I felt they were on my side.

Mr. H, Dronfield

My move to London went very smoothly with thanks to Banner Jones, I wish you had an office here.

Mrs P, London
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