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Partner and Solicitor

Nick Conner

“Finding a high-quality property conveyancer can be something of a lottery and unfortunately this only becomes clear once the ball has started rolling. I understand that moving home is stressful enough without having to chase and question your own solicitor. This is why I treat your move as if it is my own, making it my job to lessen the pressures on you, not add to them”

Nick applies a positive and personal approach when dealing with residential conveyancing and commercial landlords and tenants. He works closely with clients and other representatives in transactions in a highly pragmatic way, using established relationships with agents and other solicitors to get transactions over the line.

Qualifying in 2008, Nick has been involved in the local property market for over 10 years and as a partner in Tozers Residential Property Team supervises and leads a number of lawyers as well as looking after his own clients.

He has been described by clients as “extremely diligent and thorough” as well as “highly efficient and professional with a keen eye for detail”. Nick is pro-active and focused on his client's aims and looks to manage the whole process to its successful conclusion with minimum fuss. 

Nick uses this approach for all of his clients, from first-time buyers to experienced property investors, and this is reflected in the level of client recommendations and quality of feedback that he receives.

Nick is a trustee of local arts charity, Daisi, and away from work enjoys his role as a tennis captain at Victoria Park Tennis Club.

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