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09.00 - 17.30
Tuesday
09.00 - 17.30
Wednesday
09.00 - 17.30
Thursday
09.00 - 17.30
Friday
09.00 - 17.30
Saturday
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3-7 Priestgate House
Peterborough
PE1 1JN
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About Thomas Morris Conveyancing

Thomas Morris Conveyancing are professional qualified property lawyers specialising in residential conveyancing, the name given to the legal process necessary after you have agreed to buy or sell a property. We work closely as a team with Estate Agents, Financial Advisors, Mortgage Lenders and any other Conveyancers involved in your sale or purchase to ensure a satisfactory and speedy conclusion. 

Our offices are based in Cambridgeshire, however we deal with properties all over England and Wales and are approved by all major Banks, Building Societies and Mortgage Lenders to carry out the legal formalities on their behalf. 

You will find all of our team to be friendly, approachable and helpful at all times. You will also find that we only speak in simple plain English - no complicated legal jargon!

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February 22nd 2021
At Thomas Morris, we aim to provide landlords with guidance and advice regarding every aspect of their rental business. We appreciate the circumstances of the past year has been tough for landlords and tenants.
February 22nd 2021
As England continues its third lockdown, we want to reassure our customers or those thinking of moving house that Thomas Morris sales & Lettings is still open for business and COVID-safe. Find out more about our processes.
February 18th 2021
At Thomas Morris, we aim to help landlords provide a high standard of service to tenants. When a tenant is satisfied, they are more likely to pay on time, and they are more likely to remain in place for longer.
February 16th 2021
A recent study suggests that the cost of property deals collapsing is £607 million a year. There are concerns this figure will be significantly higher in 2021, due to the heightened demand for property transactions right now, and the risk of buyers missing out on the stamp duty holiday.
February 12th 2021
It is easy to see why many first-time property buyers are drawn to city centre living. It is likely they want a home close to their place of work, and they probably still want to enjoy a busy social life, when their budget allows.
February 9th 2021
It is vital landlords provide a safe rental property for their tenants, and landlords must comply with a broad range of regulations.
February 5th 2021
While the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly shifted so much of what we used to take for granted in our everyday life, there is no getting away from the impact remote working has had, and will have, on the property market.
February 3rd 2021
If you have spent a lot of time at home of late, you might be in the mood for a spring clean. There is a lot to be said for decluttering your home at this time of year.
February 1st 2021
There has been considerable turmoil in the UK of late, but we are still a place that appeals to overseas property buyers and investors. Even with Brexit in place, and there will be challenges to overcome in that regard, it is likely that UK property will still sell to foreign buyers and overseas property investors.
January 29th 2021
When it comes to making a move in the housing market, it is vital you make an informed decision. At Thomas Morris, we are delighted to say we have helped many homeowners make the right call when it comes to the housing market.
January 27th 2021
If you are looking for information regarding housing market activity, it makes sense to look at what Rightmove says. As the leading property portal in the country, they will always have useful information to share.
January 25th 2021
If you are a leaseholder, the New Year offers some positive news for you with respect to your property. Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, has announced these property owners will be given the right to extend their lease by a maximum term of 990 years. Just as importantly, this will be offered at zero ground rent.