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Emme Raynsford, Associate Solicitor

Real Estate

Direct Dial: 01242 246 464
Mobile: 07525 594 646

A bit about me

I worked across a range of practice areas during my training with HCR but it was property, and in particular property finance, that I found the most enjoyable.

Working on large-scale transactions with high values, where all parties have a common goal, was something which greatly appealed to me. I qualified in 2014 and now work daily with property investors, banks and businesses on their property finance matters, including buying, selling, leasing and re-mortgaging commercial property.

I’m very efficient and approachable and I’m always available for clients outside of office hours, making sure I get the job done on time, on budget and with little fuss. With a strong commercial focus and good local business knowledge, I work hard to keep my clients happy by putting their needs first.

Outside of work I enjoy taking part in boot camp and playing netball, as well socialising and bingo.

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.

Where I work

Hear what our clients say about our Associate Solicitor 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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