Tag: Property

Lenders reopen for business

When the coronavirus lockdown was announced, several banks and building societies pulled mortgage deals or only offered loans to those with large deposits to move away from riskier lending. Just last week Nationwide, Halifax, Virgin and Santander lifted restrictions to make it easier for people to qualify for a loan. Nationwide stopped offering deals above …

Commercial property

Commercial property is a strength at Sherrards. We are known for our entrepreneurial and commercial approach and field a highly experienced team: most of our practitioners have a background in City or West End commercial property firms. Our commercial property team undertakes the full spectrum of instruction, including development, investment, acquisitions and disposals, and asset …

Property disputes

Our property dispute and litigation team, based in London and St Albans, is highly experienced, with backgrounds in international and London-based firms. We strive to give you an urgent turnaround and early settlement wherever possible, as this often minimises or prevents litigation. We resolve disputes for landlords, tenants, developers, investors and high net worth individuals. …

Communication is key

COMMUNICATION IS KEY: “assumptions are the termites of relationships” (Henry Winkler) “the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place” (George Bernard Shaw)   Click to download a PDF version of this article. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY – LANDLORD AND TENANT RELATIONSHIPS “Get out of Jail Free” Card? Most leases allow little …

Buying a house during the Coronavirus pandemic

To download a PDF version of this article, click here or on the image above.   The outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) poses significant issues for the residential property market. Selling properties and moving home, like all areas of life, have been made more challenging by the pandemic. The Government has advised to urge parties involved …

What does Coronavirus mean for landlords and tenants?

To read this article as a PDF, please click here. As a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak we are all now living in unprecedented times. Shops selling non-essential goods have been forced to close.  People have been instructed to stay at home.  So what does this mean for landlords and tenants?   THE LAW, WHAT …

Svenska Handelsbanken

Sherrards worked with Svenska Handelsbanken on over £8million of business in 2016. Combining commercial property and corporate expertise, Claire Haywood and Kiall Bagnell recently advised the bank on a £4million portfolio refinancing and new loan facility over twelve multi-tenanted properties. The Sherrards team also worked with the bank on a £2.6million share purchase by the …

Chop’d Limited

Chop’d’s owners have taken their first successful store, selling fresh and locally sourced salads, in London’s Leadenhall Market in 2004, and opened a further 12 stores in Manchester, Leeds and elsewhere in London. Sherrards’ retail team have worked with Chop’d on this strategic expansion, advising on their acquisition of targeted premises. Terry Fendt and Stephanie …

Buying Real Estate in the UK

The UK Residential Real Estate system is unique.  It offers transparency, a secure way of holding an asset and clear rules on ownership.  Although it may seem complicated to an overseas investor it provides a structured way of ownership and allows for the relative ease of trading in properties. The first stage for an investor …

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