The law firm has just published buy to let and company formation toolboxes and an infographic to help mortgage advisers navigate the rule changes surrounding the Stamp Duty surcharge and legalities behind company formation and landlord lettings.
Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner with Goldsmith Williams (pictured) said as the specialist market goes from strength to strength, more and more brokers are seeking to help their customers with complex or non-standard mortgage enquiries.
“As a firm of solicitors who have been around now for over 35 years we have worked with the broker market through a variety of business cycles and we are delighted yet again to be able to work with brokers who are seeing opportunities in this maturing market. Whether clients are looking to bridge or to invest in complex company buy to lets we can help.”
Goldsmith said the firm works closely with many of the new lenders who are operating restricted legal panels.
He added: “This market is not about saving a few pounds here and there on a conveyancing quote – it’s about offering the right level of legal expertise in a complex case and being able to guide the customer through to completion protecting their interests all the way.”
Goldsmith Williams, based on the waterfront in Liverpool, is also a specialist in property, wills and probate, personal injury and equity release.