Investment in Property
Over recent years, the number of people entering the world of property investment has increased, and, as one of the largest firms in the South West, we’re perfectly placed to provide knowledgeable support whether you’re new to the market, or a more experienced player.
We advise every type of property investor, so whether you have invested in a single property or a large property portfolio including office developments, an industrial estate or similar large-scale development, we will be able to provide tailored support to suit your needs.
Our commercial property lawyers can advise you on:
- Purchasing commercial or residential investment property
- Funding arrangements
Strategic development and support
Ok, so you’ve bought the property . . . now what? We understand that you need expert advice following the purchase so we offer strategic day-to-day support designed to help you expand or develop your property portfolio to the next level.
- Help with management on a strategic day-to-day basis
- Advice if considering extension or development
- Dealing with requests from tenants including tenancy related issues such as consent for alterations
Commercial property legal service
Independent legal guide Chambers has praised our corporate team for their “excellent communication skills”. They even represent several of the dragons from the BBC series Dragons’ Den so must be doing something right!
Although nobody likes to think of the thing that can go wrong, it is important to know what to do when the worst happens. At Stephens Scown we have a team of experienced property litigators who can support you through the any crisis.
Succession planning and sale
Our private client and corporate teams can offer extensive tax advice when planning succession or the sale of your property.
Stephens Scown LLP fields a ‘knowledgeable, experienced and commercial’ team, which advised an international mineral company on creating an eco-town, and a residential property house builder and developer on a substantial land disposal.
Independent legal guide
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