Background

Amanda Buttress qualified as a solicitor in 1999, specialising in residential conveyancing.

Prior to qualification Amanda worked at the Cambridge Building Society and this experience helps her in assisting clients with remortgage transactions alongside all other aspects of residential conveyancing. Amanda joined Mark Massucco as a business partner in 2002 and together they started the firm Massucco Buttress.

In 2021, Massucco Buttress joined Hunt & Coombs Solicitors and became their Cambridge office.

Amanda deals with all aspects of the conveyancing process and her key areas of expertise include:

  • Property Sales;
  • Property Purchases;
  • Transfers of Equity;
  • Re-mortgages;
  • Auction Packs;
  • Leasehold Properties;
  • Freehold Properties;
  • Plot Sales/ Purchases; and
  • Right To Buy Purchases.

Testimonials

First class service from start to finish; Amanda, Rebecca and team were excellent throughout. On occasions went above and beyond, and all the hard work is truly appreciated.


Additional Information

  • Solicitor (1999)

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