Tue, 08/10/2019 - 10:54
Law firm Lodders has launched a new service to deliver tailored, personal legal services and advice for purchasers and sellers of high value, high-end prestige homes and properties.
The firm has created its new Town and Country Homes service in response to a sustained shift in the legal property services market.
The firm’s Caroline Nemecek, a partner in its Real Estate practice, is head of Lodders’ Town and Country Homes service, and says: “We have studied the market closely and analysed the trends and specific needs of our clients. The market for legal property services has changed considerably in the last five years, and we have identified a real need for a highly personalised, bespoke service for owners and buyers of high value prestige properties.
“We have developed our new Town and Country Homes to match this specific requirement. The service is focused on providing an end-to-end solution that delivers bespoke legal services, tailored to exactly match the high-end residential property market, its buyers, sellers and agents.
“It represents a new kind of conveyancing experience for owners and buyers of prime residential properties, as it is proactive from start to finish, highly personal and with incredible attention to detail and the very best client service and support.
“Operating from our offices in Stratford upon Avon, Cheltenham, Henley in Arden and Birmingham, Town and Country Homes will be available to clients across the UK, particularly in London, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire – all areas in which we are already very active in the prestige property sector.
“The service will build-on Lodders’ pedigree, reputation and experience of advising clients on a range of property aspects, investment property portfolios, agricultural property and equine property, and anticipate developing our established links with the UK’s leading land and property agents that also specialise in high value residential property and estates.”
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