Mark Rowden, Senior Associate
Mark has many years of experience of dealing with all aspects of residential property work.
AboutMark has many years of experience of dealing with all aspects of residential property work for a varied range of clients. This includes dealing with a wide range of residential property work within England and Wales with a focus on high value transactions, acting for high net worth individuals, overseas investors and developers. He has extensive experience of acting for Charities in particular religious, educational and medical. He specialises in ecclesiastical property work. He also has wide experience of the property aspects of collective leasehold enfranchisement and lease extension claims, acting for both landlords and tenants.
Mark is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Acting for the tenants in relation to the collective enfranchisement of a substantial block of flats in central London
- Dealing with the purchase, mortgage and rental of a property to replace the current rectory and exchanging contracts conditionally for the sale of the current rectory as part of a redevelopment project
- Exchanging contracts for overseas investors in the purchase of a high value apartment off plan within a tight timescale
- Acting for a developer in the preparation of the leases and sales pack for apartments in a substantial building in central London and subsequently dealing with the sales of the high value apartments including liaising with the clients lenders
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