Thank you Jackie for seeing us through a difficult time for us with a safe and caring pair of hands. You do a wonderful job. We are busy but enjoying being in our new house.
Many thanks for all your hard work with the sale and purchase of our homes. We are very grateful for your help and advice through this sometimes stressful process. We are now settled into our new home and have finally finished unpacking boxes.
We just wanted to say thank you for all your support during our recent sale and purchase. You were always friendly, professional and supportive.
Thank you so much for your help and kindness with our move. A very professional and friendly service. Highly recommended.
Dealt with our sale professionally & tentatively, Jackie was really great.
I cannot recommend Jackie Hand highly enough. Her professionalism throughout the entire process was faultless in what was a complex sales & purchasing process due to an unprecedented situation. Thank you!
Have brought and sold several properties for private use, and for buy to rent, over the years . The communication throughout the sales process was first class, and would definitely use again.
Jackie dealt with all matters in a personable and professional manner

About Jackie

Jackie joined Machins in May 2018 as a conveyancer.

Jackie has practised residential conveyancing for a number of years and became a conveyancer in 1997. She has practised in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and London.

Specialist practice areas

  • Buying and selling a home
  • Transfers of equity
  • Remortgage
  • Buy to let, new build, help to buy

Latest news by Jackie Hand

Child arrangements for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a special day to be enjoyed with children and family however unfortunately the day can be difficult for some fathers who are unable to spend the day with their child. Whilst it is hoped that parents would be able to agree the arrangements for special dates such as Father’s/Mother’s Day, Christmas, birthdays

Builders told to remove leasehold terms that trap homeowners

Two major home builders have been told to remove contract terms that mean leaseholders have to pay ground rents that double every 10 or 15 years. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) launched enforcement action against 4 housing developers in September 2020. These included Countryside Properties and Taylor Wimpey, for using possibly unfair contract terms,

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