Obaid Sethi

Obaid

Sethi

 

Obaid is a solicitor in our property department and specialises in residential conveyancing.

He undertook his training contract at a firm with offices in the City of London and Gants Hill, Essex. Following qualification in 2006 he was offered a position as an assistant solicitor at that firm.  In 2010 Obaid joined a firm in Walthamstow, London as Head of Conveyancing and subsequently became a partner.

Obaid has over 15 years’ experience of dealing with all aspects of residential conveyancing transactions including sales, purchases, remortgages and leasehold enfranchisement.  For the first 7 years of his career, Obaid focused particularly on off plan development work.  His clients were...

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Obaid is a solicitor in our property department and specialises in residential conveyancing.

He undertook his training contract at a firm with offices in the City of London and Gants Hill, Essex. Following qualification in 2006 he was offered a position as an assistant solicitor at that firm.  In 2010 Obaid joined a firm in Walthamstow, London as Head of Conveyancing and subsequently became a partner.

Obaid has over 15 years’ experience of dealing with all aspects of residential conveyancing transactions including sales, purchases, remortgages and leasehold enfranchisement.  For the first 7 years of his career, Obaid focused particularly on off plan development work.  His clients were typically high net worth private individuals and property dealers/syndicates whom he advised in connection with their purchase of off plan/newly built properties from national (and local) house builders/developers and the disposal of investment portfolios. 

Obaid takes a proactive approach to his work and where issues arise, he seeks practical and commercial resolutions.  He is proficient in conducting negotiations with the various parties to the transactions such as legal advisers, mortgage lenders, referrers and clients, with a view to facilitating matters so as to exceed client expectations.

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