Lynne Owen

Residential Conveyancing

Lynne Owen

lowen@mercerslaw.co.uk

Lynne is an Associate Solicitor in our Residential Property department and specialises in all aspects of freehold and leasehold matters including the following areas:-

  • House/Flat sales and purchases
  • Development work
  • Remortgages
  • Equity release schemes
  • Transfers of equity
  • Probate Sales

Lynne graduated with an Honours Degree in Law before qualifying with a long established and well known Thames Valley firm of solicitors.

Lynne has lived and worked in the Henley area for more than 35 years and has many valuable years of experience in dealing with property both locally and nationwide.

Lynne deals with all residential property transactions and specialises in high value and complex sales and purchases acting for individuals, investors and developers. She is very knowledgeable and approachable and has many clients who return to her and who have recommended her to friends, family and colleagues.

What client say about Lynne

“Lynne is fantastic – she was extremely patient and answered everything I needed to know. Lynne got everything done really quickly and has a good sense of humour which kept the whole process as stress-free as possible for me. I’ve instructed her as my solicitor several times now and she has always been an absolute pleasure to deal with.”– Mrs G, Buckinghamshire
“In dealing with us Lynne was at all times patient, clear, positive and realistic.”

– Mr G, Oxfordshire

 

“Lynne was professional, highly efficient and approachable. Meeting very tight deadlines and getting me moved on time, removing a lot of the stress by keeping me updated and doing a superb job.”

– Anonymous

 

“Handled with care. Mrs Owen takes great care and consideration of the matters in hand.”

– Mr and Mrs S, Buckinghamshire

 

“Very professional, efficient and friendly service. Lynne was always quick to get back to me and address any problems. Very happy with the service provided. Highly recommend to anyone. No complaints.”

– Anonymous