Skip to content

Farrer & Co | Lindsay Cunningham, Associate

Practice areas

  • Residential Property

Lindsay provides practical advice on a wide range of residential property matters, in particular the sale and acquisition of high-value freehold and leasehold property. She has a varied practice which includes dealing with new build acquisitions, property related probate matters and providing property finance advice to both banks and borrowers.

Lindsay has experience advising a wide variety of clients, from well-known sports stars to private banks. She acts on high-value residential property finance transactions as well as sales and purchases of residential property in prime central London and further afield. She also assists her clients with landlord and tenant issues, probate, tax and trusts matters with a property angle.

Lindsay’s clients appreciate her efficiency and her friendly, pro-active approach. She recognises that buying and selling property can be an emotional experience and works hard to ensure that her clients are supported and that they achieve the outcome they desire, to the timeframe they have chosen. Lindsay also works closely with a number of trusted intermediaries such as surveyors, private bankers, buying and selling agents and mortgage brokers in order to provide her clients with support on all aspects of their property transactions.

Highlights of her recent work include exchanging within one week and completing within two weeks for clients on their purchase of a £6m property in central London, with bank finance, and acting for a private bank on a £19m financing secured over two properties, one of which was newly built.

Expertise

  • Prior to qualifying with Farrer & Co, Lindsay was a world ranked professional tennis player.

This site uses cookies to help us manage and improve the website and to analyse how visitors use our site. By continuing to use the website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For further information about cookies, including about how to change your browser settings to no longer accept cookies, please view our Cookie Policy. Click for more info