As an established property law firm, Stirling Ackroyd Legal offers a full range of legal services relating to property finance.
We remain firmly at the forefront of the ever-evolving property market, within the heart of the capital and throughout the UK. Our property finance experts hold a full and thorough understanding of finance, securities, what the lender is likely to require and the most effective ways that such demands can be met.
We advise on matters involving land, residential property, commercial premises, mixed-use buildings, developments, offices and student accommodation. Our property solicitors regularly represent high net-worth individuals in all aspects of multi-million-pound transactions, including the often-complex financial elements. We offer a complete and comprehensive service, encompassing ongoing advice, the drafting of all documentation and providing robust representation whenever necessary.
Our specialist team of experts are able to help you and your business with all aspects of property finance.
Our wide expertise covers all of the following areas:
- Acquisition finance
- Asset-based lending/finance leasing
- Cross-border secured lending
- Project finance
- Property finance
- Structured finance
Just like the world of property, the lending market continues to develop, and we have seen practices tightened during recent years, meaning that the process can now be a little more complex for borrowers and lenders alike. It is therefore essential to have the right level of legal support, in order to effectively negotiate the landscape surrounding property finance and manage your securities to minimise risk and achieve the desired outcome within the right timescale.
Understanding Your Objectives
We will work in partnership with you to gain a thorough understanding of your current position and long-term commercial objectives, providing sound and practical advice on the best way to proceed. We will often foresee and effectively deal with potential obstacles before they arise and will represent your interests throughout the transaction to ensure that this process runs smoothly.
Protecting Your Interests
Whatever the situation, the property finance specialists at Stirling Ackroyd Legal can navigate every aspect of the transaction towards completion, ensuring that your interests are protected throughout this process and beyond.
If a project is experiencing difficulties, it is essential to obtain legal advice at the earliest opportunity, in order to limit any damage arising from this situation and ensure the protection of your interests and securities to the greatest possible degree.
Reaching The Best Possible Outcome
We have many years’ combined experience in turning around situations where projects have encountered problems or developments have stalled. We will take a creative approach, with a view to finding and applying the right solution in order to manage the assets involved and reach the best possible outcome.
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Some of Our Team
Thank you to Stirling Ackroyd Legal’s Corporate team for helping set up my company’s employment contracts. An excellent service. – Alex Bower
I’ve been with Stirling Ackroyd Legal for over 4 years who have managed my commercial and litigation matters. – Syed Ahmed
I’ve used Stirling Ackroyd Legal a few times before. The staff are attentive and always advising me on issues regarding my matter. – Sally O’brian
Following the Governments announcement on the UK going into lockdown, many businesses have followed protocol and have instructed their employees to work from home.
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