Firm is ‘at your con­veyance’

Belfast Telegraph - Propertynews - - News -

ONE of North­ern Ire­land’s best known le­gal firms has cel­e­brated 25 years in busi­ness with the launch of a new ded­i­cated con­veyance divi­sion.

En­cour­aged by growth in the prop­erty mar­ket, Belfast com­pany Mccon­nell Kelly has de­cided to of­fer this new ser­vice.

Com­pany di­rec­tor Dar­ren Dun­can says: “There’s no doubt the prop­erty sec­tor is go­ing to be more buoy­ant this year.

“Con­fi­dence has re­turned to the mar­ket with peo­ple able to ob­tain mort­gages more eas­ily again — banks lend­ing again will in­ject much-needed re­sources into our econ­omy.

“Now we are the fastest grow­ing house price re­gion in the UK out­side of Lon­don.

“We’ve taken our time to look at this specif­i­cally and what it could mean for our own busi­ness devel­op­ment and have de­cided that now is the right time to de­velop a state-of-the-art con­veyance divi­sion/cen­tre, that is lo­cated di­rectly op­po­site our main Bal­ly­hack­amore of­fice.“

Mr Dun­can says the ser­vice will have an open door pol­icy. He prom­ises: “Our ob­jec­tive is to gain to­tal sat­is­fac­tion and con­fi­dence for our clients — where we will re­turn calls and clients can visit the new New­tow­nards Road fa­cil­ity at any time to view our team at work. We be­lieve that we are unique in this re­spect. We want to go the extra mile for our clien­tele and en­sure ev­ery­one is aware of our unique sell­ing points. Many other so­lic­i­tors use ju­nior par­ale­gals for con­veyance — this cer­tainly isn’t the plan at Mccon­nell Kelly.”

One of the first new re­cruits to the con­veyanc­ing divi­sion is lo­cal so­lic­i­tor Kathryn Spratt who has spe­cialised in this area for a decade. She says the firm’s busi­ness model is ef­fi­cient, and the com­pany cares about metic­u­lously de­liv­er­ing on time for both home buy­ers and sell­ers.

She adds: “Con­veyanc­ing is a mine­field — the small­est de­tail missed at com­ple­tion can mean a life­time of prop­erty re­lated mis­ery.“

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