David Hill

David Hill

Senior Chartered Legal Executive in Residential Property Team

David has 33 years experience dealing with residential property cases, qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives (FILEX) in 1989 and has been with Holmes & Hills since 1987. Coupled with this experience, David has lived locally all his life; this gives him an unrivalled expert knowledge of the local property market.

David deals with all aspects of residential property including purchases and sales, transfers of equity and remortgages. He also has a sound knowledge of shared ownership schemes. He can offer you advice, support and guidance at every stage of your transaction, be that on the telephone, by e-mail or personally here at our offices.

David’s unique and extensive experience of residential conveyancing in the local housing market means he has an in depth knowledge of any problems or pitfalls which may be encountered when buying or selling. Such knowledge at an early stage can help save time, money and stress.

As a testament to his ability to relate to clients’ situations and the high quality personal service he provides, many of David’s clients are recommendations from those he has previously helped.

As a sports enthusiast David enjoys spending time playing football, badminton and tennis. He is also an assistant scout leader in a scout group, helping to organise the many activities the young persons undertake, including air gliding and camping.

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David is based at Holmes & Hills Solicitors in Braintree.

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What David's clients have to say:

"David Hill has been a great help throughout the process of moving house. He has given us good advice and has made sure that the transaction went smoothly. All aspects of the conveyancing have been made so much easier to understand with David's help."

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