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A bit about me

I completed my training contract with HCR in 2014 and qualified into the real estate team. Whilst I deal with all types of commercial property transactions and offer property support work to other departments across the firm, it is the real estate finance work which really appeals to me.

My real estate finance experience enables me to act on behalf of high street lenders, challenger banks and/or businesses, property investors and individuals in secured lending and property finance work. The transactions vary from refinancing large residential portfolios to investment acquisitions or disposals of high value commercial property.

My strong work ethic, commercial approach and availability outside of the normal office hours means that I am able to turn transactions around in tight timescales whilst still delivering a high-standard service for all parties involved. My efficiency allows me to get the job done, on time, on budget and with little fuss.

Outside of work I enjoy running, playing netball and, as Head of Fun Committee for HCR,  organising social events for the firm!

Want to know more?

Give clear instructions. If I know what you need, I can tailor my approach accordingly.

Be honest.

Make friends with my secretary!

How long will the transaction take?

This depends on a list of factors, including the nature of the transaction and what other parties are involved.

What is outstanding in my transaction?

I’ll keep you updated regularly with emails on what’s still required, but if you’re ever in any doubt, please get in touch.

Why are you working so late?         

I’m always keen to get the job done and reach completion! I’m committed to making sure we complete on time and in budget.

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Hear what our clients say about our Partner Emme Raynsford

Property expertise has drawn praise

Emme Raynsford’s property expertise has drawn praise from Mark Walker of Lloyds Bank’s commercial banking div...

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