Sarah Haller

Experienced conveyancing solicitor Sarah started working at Chadwick Lawrence as a temporary secretary in 1998 before progressing to a paralegal and qualifying as a solicitor in 2000. After working as an assistant solicitor for 6 years, Sarah was promoted to Associate in 2008 and made a Partner in 2009.

Sarah works in the property department as Head of Conveyancing at Chadwick Lawrence and has acted for some notable clients including Leeds Rhinos players and Caddick Construction’s Managing Director, Andrew Murray.

Sarah manages the hand-selected team of conveyancers who work solely for SAM Conveyancing clients.

About Sarah Haller


Qualifications:

Solicitor and Conveyancing Partner

SRA No.:                    
42509
Date Qualified:

2000

Areas Covered:
Conveyancing in Leeds, Pudsey, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Birmingham
Solicitors' Practice:
Chadwick Lawrence LLP

Sarah specialises in:

  • Conveyancing for sales, purchases, remortgages and transfer of equity
  • Conveyancing strategy including negotiations, complex conveyancing issues and contaminated land
  • RICS Property Surveys including HomeBuyer Reports, Building Surveys and Property Valuations
  • Lease Extensions & Collective Enfranchisement
  • Structural Engineer Reports

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Getting a mortgage offer is one of the biggest contributors to delays during the conveyancing process. Getting a mortgage in principle now happens before your offer is accepted by the Estate Agent selling the property.

Some clients think the Mortgage in Principle is the mortgage offer; however the mortgage lender doesn’t give a mortgage offer until they have credit approved you and completed a property valuation. This process could take weeks as Surveyors need to be instructed and access arranged.

As soon as you get your offer accepted by the seller, you should reapply to your mortgage lender to get the ball rolling on getting your mortgage offer.