Commercial and residential property law firm Mills Selig is proud sponsors of the ‘Young Agent of the Year’ award at this year’s Belfast Telegraph Property Awards.
The Belfast based firm oversees high value property deals across Northern Ireland, Wales and England.
From first-time buyers to developers, new investors to experience investors, first time borrowers to lenders and tenants to landlords, the team of property lawyers offer clients an in-depth understanding of the market sector and deliver quick and succinct expert advice, providing practical solutions in the sale, letting, purchase and financing of property that is personalised to client’s needs and experience.
Anne Skeggs, director and head of the property team, highlights that the opportunity to be involved with the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards and to recognise and spur on local talent is important to Mills Selig.
Talking about the company’s sponsorship of the ‘Young Agent of the Year’ category, Anne said: “Mills Selig looks for, and attracts, exciting young legal talent in our profession. We aim to train them to be the best they can be, to work alongside talented young agents and other professionals.
“It is essential to empower talent at an early stage of a person’s career, which is why sponsoring the ‘Young Agent of the Year’ award resonates so well with our ethos and values.”
She added: “I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate all nominees in this category and to recognise their hard work.
“Our strong reputation is built on a wealth of knowledge and experience, which is why we believe in investing in the next generation of talent. We wish all the finalists the best of luck for what is set to be a great event.”
Major projects and recent transactions for the company include advising on the sale of the Scottish Mutual Building, Belfast; the property aspects of the recent investment in BA Kitchen Components Limited by H2 Equity Partners; the acquisition of, and sales of plots in Ferrard Meadow, Antrim for Lotus Homes and the NI aspects of the acquisition of Travelodge Hotels by Goldman Sachs-backed Irish hotel group Tifco.