Commoner’s corner #Grazingisgood
Kerry Dovey | 20.03.2019
Your legal advice on your dream home or investment should come from those with expert knowledge of law and who genuinely understand you and your aims.
Moore Blatch has a team of leading experts who have vast experience of high net worth transactions. Whether country homes and landed estates or new build, renovations and historic homes in the town – our specialist team can provide you with the advice you need.
We provide clients with clear, practical, commercial and strategic advice on how to meet tight time frames; deal with exclusivity agreements; maximise Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) relief; and planning issues.
By providing the highest standards of service we have become one of the most trusted and respected property legal teams in the south.
Our team is well connected in the private client sector and we have strong links with other professionals such as land agents, surveyors, accountants and buying agents.
No one client or home is ever the same. We are committed to ensuring that you have the best team in place to give you peace of mind and a personal service that goes beyond your expectations.
Complex and high value property transactions need commercial and strategic advice. We understand that high value transactions and buying that dream home can be an emotionally demanding experience; we will work with you to ensure that the process is as stress free as possible.
We are a well-connected team and by working closely with estate agents, solicitors on the other side, and mortgage brokers, we can ensure that the transaction is as smooth as possible for you.
Many of our team are country people themselves as well as being specialists in their field. We are also members of the Agriculture Law Association for when you are purchasing an estate or land.
With expert lawyers in the south and the City of London, you can expect local knowledge combined with many years of working with land and property owners of town and country homes.
Leena Chouhan | 18.03.2019
rural | 13.03.2019