Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Residential property conveyancer sold on move to LCF

Residential property conveyancer, Liam Gray, has been appointed at LCF Residential, following a record period of growth at the conveyancing arm of Yorkshire law firm, LCF Law.

Liam has worked in the legal industry since 2009 and joins from a Leeds-based law firm where was conveyancing manager.

He has nine years’ specialist conveyancing experience working on a mixed caseload of freehold, leasehold, lease extensions, right to buy, buy to let, shared ownership, transfer of equity, new builds and remortgages. He also has specific knowledge of dealing with complex and high net worth residential conveyancing.

Liam said: “LCF Residential is highly recommended by its clients and gets excellent reviews across the board for its service levels. It has a great team led by an award-winning lawyer and I was keen to join such a successful firm that works for clients in Yorkshire, but also across the UK and overseas.”

Head of residential property, Julie Davis, said: “Liam joins us as a senior conveyancing executive as our business continues to expand following a very busy time in the property market.

“We were impressed with Liam’s dedication to his clients, the rapport he builds with them and his relationship management skills with referrers. Liam is also very good at managing teams and is very personable. He’s a strategic thinker and has good contacts in the property market, and we feel that he will fit in well with our team of 25 at LCF Residential.”

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