We advise and act for clients in all matters relating to residential property, particularly in Central London. We support clients with acquisitions and disposals, manage existing properties and offer a private property search service.
The acquiring and day-to-day running of properties can be complex and challenging. Stonehage Fleming Property Advisory offers wise counsel to family clients and the reassurance of efficient day-to-day management services.
In addition to assisting clients in purchases and sales we will handle lease extensions, oversee building projects, submit planning applications and assist with projects on your behalf.
The service is directed to address the client’s specific property requirements, with a high level of discretion and confidentiality assured.
We have a strong relationship with the leading property firms and specialists as well as a broad network of other contacts and experts within the industry.
Using our extensive experience, our local market knowledge and our contacts, we are often able to reduce the search process and help our clients find the property which most suits their needs at the best possible price.
We also aim to minimise both the administration and the risk elements associated with the acquisition and holding of property.
Stonehage Fleming Property Advisory strives to deliver enhanced results for our clients by offering independent and impartial expert advice. While our main focus is Prime Central London, we have also assisted clients more widely in the UK as well as internationally.
Our core property services include:
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