Our strength in rural estate management gives us an informed view on sales as well as a full understanding of the rural market sector.
The market may change but buyer’s objectives remain the same. Residential purchasers objectives will focus on location, character and appearance, compared to institutional purchasers who seek development opportunities and added value.
Market knowledge and strong negotiating skills are needed for selling estates and development sites to their best advantage. Our knowledge of rural estate management and development means we are well placed to understand these specialist markets. Acquisitions require similar skill sets which we are also able to offer.
Rural estate matters such as legal title, tenancies, subsidy entitlements, employment issues, stewardship and farming agreements must be carefully managed in order to achieve successful sales. Laws & Fiennes pride themselves on their attention to detail and flexibility; we always consider how to ensure we optimise a sale price and consider options such as lotting.
Laws & Fiennes understand that development deals can sometimes take time and can require detailed knowledge of a site. We will present a property at its best and target all potential purchasers to achieve the best results for our clients.