Goldsmith Williams launch bridging loans team with Precise Mortgages

Goldsmith Williams launch bridging loans team with Precise Mortgages

Tara McDermott and Emma Lynch at Goldsmith Williams have been appointed as “Team Precise Bridging” a dedicated bridging team to work alongside Precise Mortgages.

Eddie Goldsmith said: “We have had the privilege of working with Precise Mortgages since they launched. When Precise were looking to offer a bridging proposition we were appointed their preferred panel law firm and although this panel has been recently extended due to their continued success we remain a very important panel partner for Precise.

“We realise that with more competition in the market we need to continue to look how to build on our own proposition and that is why we have today launched a dedicated bridging team. Tara and Emma are well known to Precise having working with them from day one and as a dedicated team they will now be able to add to the service proposition by offering their unique customer service qualities and experience to all brokers.

“Bridging is by its very nature a specialist service and requires not only highly developed legal skills but also good communication skills. Their experience coupled with access to our unique real time portal GWlive will allow us to improve our service and work as a team with our introducers.”

Gareth Lewis, Director of Bridging Finance at Precise, said: “Goldsmith Williams has always stood for professionalism and a dedication to looking after our interests. In the competitive bridging market our lawyers now have to add more than just legal skills, and having worked with Tara and Emma before I am delighted that they will be working with our brokers more closely. This can only be good news for our introducers and us as the lender.”

Josh Morris

Josh is the Journalist for the Today's Group and writes many of the articles for Today's Conveyancer. He graduated with a degree in Physics from Cardiff University in 2009 before training as a journalist.
He has previously written for The Times, The Mirror and The Daily Express.

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