FINANCE advisory specialists Hutcheon Mearns have launched a new service line which will look to provide clients with expertise on their commercial property portfolios.
The new service, called Hutcheon Mearns Real Estate, will be led by Ian Landsman who has joined the company as director.
Ian is aiming to position the new company at the forefront of real estate advisory, while creating value for clients through strategic advice and deal execution.
He said that “there is a clear need in the market for a service such as this which can provide clients with independent, expert real estate advice”
Ian added: “This will create a much more seamless and far less complicated transaction for clients.
“Prior to this, they would have had to outsource the services of a surveyor, but now they can access all the information, advice and support they need from a single source.”
This new business line is seen as a natural progression in Hutcheon Mearns’ growth strategy, which focuses on identifying and implementing ways to support its clients.
Adam Maitland, Managing Director of Hutcheon Mearns, spoke of the new service, saying: “[It] provides a valuable link between deals advisory and property advisory.
“We will now be able to provide another area to optimise shareholder value in transactions.”
“Our teams have day to day conversations with business owners, CEOs and finance directors who often have property issues they need support with.”
Hutcheon Mearns Real Estate aims to provide clients with “independent, expert real estate advice to ensure they safeguard and maximise their investments in property.”