Residential real estatePrice and Service Information
Part of what makes Withers different is our focus on working for individuals and families. This means that we are especially well placed to offer residential real estate advice, whether you are buying a home or purchasing for investment.
We handle all aspects of residential property, from buying and selling homes to landlord and tenant matters. We routinely assist with renovations, leasehold enfranchisement and complex funding arrangements and ensure the most tax-efficient ways for you to own and hold residential property.
Our detailed knowledge of the local markets in which we operate makes our service thorough and efficient. For example, Henry Stuart has facilitated the sale of one London heritage property three separate times, enabling him to advise the owners on the planning restrictions that may apply to it. In San Diego, partner Marjorie Burchett recently used a contact with a developer to resolve an error in a client’s condo contract that would have kept his money in escrow for up to a year.
With 18 offices around the world, we can handle any international complexities with ease, often helping international families to acquire properties in different locations. And where issues arise in related areas such as tax, succession planning or disputes, we work with our colleagues to help smooth the process for you.
Whatever the matter at hand, Withers’ real estate team is focused on meeting the residential needs of successful individuals in a way that protects them from unnecessary risk and cost, acting with the utmost discretion.
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