Firm renowned for nurturing new talent backs award for Young Agent of the Year
Supporting and encouraging young up-and-coming talent is at the heart of the ethos of the Belfast-based commercial and residential property team at Mills Selig.
Sponsoring The Young Agent Award in the Belfast Telegraph Property Awards is a perfect fit for the company.
Anne Skeggs, property director at the firm, said: "Once again we are delighted to be recognising and encouraging young talent in the Northern Ireland property scene.
"Mills Selig considers it essential to its growth and future to train its young professionals to be the best that they can be and so the Young Agent of the Year category is a natural fit for us."
With an extensive understanding of the property and residential market, the team of lawyers at Mills Selig excels in getting the deal done.
From first time buyers to experienced property developers, the Mills Selig property team is dedicated, approachable and down to earth, striving for excellence every day in the delivery of unrivalled service standards.
The team is trained that the most important part of the job is to understand the client's objectives and to deliver practical solutions in the sale, purchase, letting and financing of property in a way that ensures successful completions of deadlines.
The company's comprehensive range of services has ensured that they continue to advise on the largest and most innovative commercial and residential property transactions in Northern Ireland, including acquisitions, disposals, leasing, development, and funding. Major clients and developers count on their technical expertise in this area to deliver results, fast.
Recent landmark projects and transactions include advising on the acquisition, the financing of Armagh House in Belfast; the purchase of various residential development sites for Lotus Homes; the sale of Havelock House for ITV; the letting of part of the City Quays 2 office development in Belfast to ITV, and acting for Clanmil Housing Association in the acquisition of various development sites of social housing.
Ms Skeggs added: "In order to do so we need to work with and support talented young agents and other professional advisers be part of client's team.
"I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all nominees in the category of Young Agent of the Year and recognise their hard work."