My Home Move

My Home Move was established in 2001 and has since grown to become the UK’s leading provider of mover conveyancing services. As the market leader, we offer unrivalled experience, multi-award winning specialist legal expertise and complete peace of mind. Each year we help tens of thousands of people to buy, sell or remortgage their homes. In 2015 we completed nearly 50,000 mover transactions and by 2017 we aim to grow this to 100,000. We are a truly national company, as every year we complete transactions in each of the 109 postcode areas in England and Wales. Our commitment to delivering exceptional customer service has also been recognised across the legal and financial services sectors, as we have received 24 industry awards since January 2013. Watch our short video below to find out more about what we do and how we do it.
Company Growth (employees)
Leicestershire, GB
Size (employees)
266 (est)+4%
My Home Move was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Leicestershire, GB

My Home Move Office Locations

My Home Move has offices in Leicestershire, Enderby, Northamptonshire and Tyne and Wear
Leicestershire, GB (HQ)
Barton Cl
Tyne and Wear, GB
Honeypot House 30 Cloth Market
Northamptonshire, GB
Blisworth Hill Farm Stoke Rd

My Home Move Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$11.4 m

Latest funding size

$3.2 m

Time since last funding

over 7 years


My Home Move's latest funding round in March 2010 was reported to be $3.2 m. In total, My Home Move has raised $11.4 m

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My Home Move Online and Social Media Presence

My Home Move News and Updates

Struggling to get on the housing ladder? Why not buy with friends

If you’re prepared to share, then two incomes – or even more – can get you on to the property ladder. But make sure you get all the details agreed in writingFor the single home buyer, the prospects for getting on the property ladder are not encouraging. The difficulty of saving for a deposit, couple…

Property transactions defied expectations of a Brexit-related crash in July

The number of property transactions edged downwards in July, putting to bed concerns that the Brexit vote would result in a dramatic fall in sales. According to figures from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the number of residential property transactions fell by 0.9 per cent between June and July. …

First-time buyers half as likely to be single as 20 years ago

English housing survey shows share of market comprising couples rose, but singletons struggled due to rising house pricesThe proportion of first-time buyers in England who are single has fallen by half over the past two decades, as high house prices make it increasingly difficult to go it alone in t…

The property market was pretty sleepy in May ahead of the EU referendum

The property market was subdued in May as the EU referendum kept buyers at bay and buy to let landlords took a break from snapping-up second homes. Property transactions increased by 1.5 per cent between April and May, as sales rebounded somewhat from the dramatic slump after the stamp duty hike …

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