We are New Homes Law, specialist property lawyers supporting New Build, Shared Ownership and Residential transactions.
We are proud of our forward-thinking approach and vibrant culture.
It all started one January morning, in 2012. On New London Road, in Chelmsford…
Grant and Claire Noble founded New Homes Law with a desire to develop meaningful relationships with their clients. Using their experience in business and law, Grant and Claire have built a successful company that sticks to this core value to this day.
Our unique firm has grown from an original team of four, to now over 40 people working with clients to purchase, sell or remortgage their properties. We have a proactive, can-do attitude towards everything we do, which includes empowering our staff to succeed.
Our team of specialists continues to develop and grow, helping first-time buyers, homeowners and investors across the country.
Are you looking for stimulating and rewarding opportunities within a friendly firm?
- Are you ambitious?
- Love working alongside like-minded individuals?
- Have a real passion for customer service?
Find the perfect role with us at New Homes Law.
No current vacancies
Are you interested in working with us, but can’t find a suitable role? Click the button below to send us your details alongside a CV – we would love to hear from you.
We love to see people grow, whether that be professionally:
- Supporting them through their professional qualifications
- Mentoring them within a new role
Or personally, by celebrating milestones such as:
- Buying their first home
- The birth of their child
By working closely together, we are able to deliver a consistently professional and personable service to our clients.
Your questions answered…
What is the definition of a first-time buyer?
Someone who have never owners or part-owned any property anywhere in the world.
What are KYC checks?
KYC stands for Know Your Client.
My money is coming from overseas, what do I need to do?
You will need to provide us with a paper trail of where funds are held and how they have been accumulated. We will also need information on who holds the funds. Once we have this information, we will be able to advise what else (if anything) is required.
I will be supplying foreign documents, what do I need to do?
All foreign documents that are in a different language will need to be translated, verified and signed by a notary or solicitor for confirmation purposes.
What our customers say
- The level of communication from New Homes Law was by far the best I've ever had with any company I've worked with. They were professional and transparent about everything.
- I would definitely recommend New Homes Law. They were all approachable and friendly, and I was comfortable they would be able to deal with my transaction well.
- As a first-time buyer I'd had no experience before; I didn't know the difference between solicitors and conveyancers. But dealing with New Homes Law was easy, convenient and seamless.