Four ways to make those first moments in your new home truly memorable (selfies included)

Published: 05/02/2018

The first box emptied. That comforting cup of tea. The Indian or Chinese you order in when you’re too exhausted to cook. DIY, for the first time. A fresh lick of paint.

These are the #FirstMoments you should savour, upon moving into your first property as a homeowner.

GWlegal’s new service for first-time buyers is all about giving you the tools required to really enjoy those moments.

For a limited time only, if you complete your conveyancing with GWlegal, you will receive:

  •  £100 off the GWlegal legal and admin fee upon completion.

  • A £25 voucher to use at your choice of IKEA, B&Q or Amazon upon completion.

  • GWlegal’s Your Guide as a First Time Buyer, a handy PDF guide crafted by our property experts answering all the common (and less common) questions asked during the conveyancing process.

  • Five #FirstMoment Selfie Cards. Take a selfie as you enjoy your #FirstMoments, including First Takeaway, First Lick of Paint, First Box Emptied, First DIY in the House & First Cup of Tea and share them with us on social media. Connect with us on Facebook (, Twitter (@GWlegal) and/or Instagram (@gwlegal).

Emma Hall, Head of Sales and property expert at GWlegal, comments:

“There is no point in sugarcoating it - purchasing a property is stressful stuff, whether it’s your first or hundredth! That’s why it is so important to choose a conveyancer or solicitor who really knows what they are doing.

“We have almost 35 years’ experience, so not only will our team strive to make your conveyancing as hassle-free as possible, we’ll even encourage you to have a little fun along the way, to enjoy those first moments, and of course, take lots of selfies!

“Your Facebook friends will thank you for choosing GWlegal.”

For more information about our property services, please phone us on 0345 373 3737 and ask for a member of the property team, email us on or fill out our online enquiry form.

Content correct at time of publication.

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