Kaine Anderson-Price

Conveyancing assistant

Residential Property

Kaine Anderson-Price

Conveyancing assistant, Residential Property

Kaine began his legal career at Fraser Brown in 2015 in the Residential Property department and works alongside Head of Department, Richard Wollacott. Assisting with new build transactions is Kaine’s speciality, working closely with high profile property developers to ensure that tight deadlines are adhered to.

Ranging from large residential estates, to luxury apartment complexes, Kaine’s work has helped to facilitate a number of wide scale housing projects.  Kaine is soon to complete further CILEX training to enable him to expand his services, equipped with an extensive client portfolio in an award-winning conveyancing team.

Kaine's areas of work include:

  • New Build Purchases
  • Residential Sales and Purchases

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