Emylee McIntyre helps Redchip clients enjoy a smooth process when it comes to purchasing or selling their properties by expertly dealing with the legal necessities of the transaction.
From managing files on large-scale developments to talking clients through their personal property transactions, Emylee handles all aspects of her role with a professionalism and efficiency that is second to none.
“I always need to see the wheels turning – as soon as a job stops moving forward, I’m onto it.”
“It’s really rewarding helping people buy their home – clients are always so happy and grateful when settlement is done and I call to let them know that the house is all theirs.”
It’s not just about helping individuals for Emylee. The resident “can-do” queen really thrives when managing large developments. “I always need to see the wheels turning – as soon as a job stops moving forward, I’m onto it. When you’re managing a development with sometimes hundreds of transactions in progress and multiple parties involved, this persistence really pays off.”
While at work she is buried in paperwork, but in her spare time Emylee immerses herself in music. “I am always going to local gigs in my spare time and for one muddy weekend a year you will definitely catch me at Splendour in the Grass.”
I efficiently assist our conveyancing clients throughout the entire process, from negotiating and entering into a Contract of Sale through to settlement.
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