Head of Residential Property & Conveyancing

Rebecca Swain

Rebecca is a specialist residential property Partner who leads the Residential Property & Conveyancing team. Rebecca has over 20 years’ experience advising on all aspects of residential property including sale, purchase and mortgage transactions. Rebecca has particular experience of acting for high net worth clients.

Rebecca enjoys working with her clients to achieve their goals and will use a common sense approach to solve any issues that arise. Rebecca also enjoys managing the Residential Property & Conveyancing team to ensure that they deliver an excellent service and provide good quality advice.

Rebecca Swain

Specialisms & expertise

  • Specialisms & Expertise
  • Sales and purchases of residential freehold and leasehold properties throughout England
  • Sales and purchases of country homes and town houses
  • Listed Buildings
  • Re-financing and mortgages of residential property
  • Lease extensions
  • Purchases of newly built houses and apartments, including off-plan
  • Sales and Purchases for Trustees, Attorneys, Deputies and corporate entities
  • Sales for Executors, Administrators, Attorneys, Deputies and Trustees.

Examples of work

Purchase of a multi-million Grade I Listed Manor House

Sales and purchases in the prime Central London market

Sales and purchases throughout England in the £2m+ price range

Achievements & other appointments

Rebecca is listed as a Citywealth Leader.

Rebecca is ranked by Chambers HNW who quote: Rebecca Swain is noted by multiple sources for being client-focused. ‘Rebecca is very experienced and goes the extra mile for clients,’ says an interviewee, while another source remarks: ‘She is efficient, thoughtful, reliable and has a sense of humour but is always professional.’

Chambers HNW top ranked, Rebecca Swain Citywealth leaders button


Rebecca qualified as a solicitor in July 1999 and in the same year joined the firm having completed an LLB(Hons) degree at the University of Hull and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Sheffield.