Jyothsna is a property specialist having worked in property law for more than 10 years. She has a breadth of knowledge and acts for buyers and sellers in both Commercial and Residential conveyancing matters.
She has a wide range of experience in all areas of non-contentious commercial property work. She has worked extensively for both landlords and tenants on all types of leasehold matters like agreement for leases, the grant and renewal of leases, licences, surrenders, variations etc. She has acted on investment purchases and disposals, real estate finance acting for both lenders and borrowers.
Jyothsna also has experience dealing with freehold and leasehold residential sales and purchases, Lease extensions, probate property, Right to buy, auction purchases and sales, equity release and transfers of equity. She appreciates that moving home can be a stressful. So she guides her clients throughout the process making sure the individual needs are met.
She is dedicated, meticulous and approachable. She works hard to ensure that documentation is progressed expeditiously, clients are kept informed and that agreed time frames are met.
Jyothsna worked for a high street firm for 7 years and then joined Jay Visva Solicitors in the year 2014. Since joining Jay Visva Solicitors, she has dealt with properties worth multi million pounds.
A Residential Property client says
Prompt and friendly … thank you so much for your excellent service.”
Another client recommends her to prospective clients as
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your colleagues for your hard and efficient work…I would use your services in the future, I would also recommend you to friends and family as a trusted firm.”
In a nutshell, an extremely satisfied client states
The Service received was second to none. This explains all. Fully satisfied customer.”
Having lived in India and England, Jyothsna loves travelling with her family and learning about different cultures and new languages in her free time. In her spare time, she loves to read books, listen to music and news and watch documentary television channels.
Tamil (fluent), English (fluent), Hindi (Fluent), Kannada (Fluent), Telugu (Conversational) and Gujarati (Conversational)