Buoyant expectations for 2022 property market
House prices remained buoyant in the last quarter of 2021 with annual house price growth at 10% in November. Expecting 2022 to be equally busy, local solicitor Coffin Mew has promoted new homes lawyer, Natalie Marsh to Senior Associate.
Natalie, who is a Chartered Legal Executive (CILEX), specialising in UK wide new-build developer homes is expecting the local and national property market to remain buoyant despite the continued pandemic conditions.
Karen Webb, partner and head of new homes, said; “The delivery of new-build properties by developers in England has remained resilient to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the first three months last of year 50,000 new-build homes were built and a similar number started, the highest number in over 15 years. With strong buyers’ demand, property developers are looking for excellent customer service from experienced lawyers to support their customers, which is why we have recognised Natalie’s expertise and promoted her to a senior associate.”
Natalie Marsh, senior associate, Coffin Mew, comments: “Coffin Mew is committed to supporting its staff and investing in and building their knowledge and experience within the firm. Having worked for Coffin Mew for over six years I have seen how quality service directly benefits our clients. For housing developers specifically this means not only working with the developer but supporting their clients with typically the sale of their current home and the purchase of their new dream property.”