Be attentive – listen, hear, understand the issues and complexities our clients face and be responsive to their calls and requirements.
Be smart – track and understand how to integrate legislative, regulatory and technological developments into the advice we give our clients.
Be creative – think laterally about an issue, don’t automatically reach for yesterday’s solution.
Our skill as a team is to combine an ability to drill into a brief to really understand what our clients want to achieve, empathetic listening and pragmatic strategic thinking, with a passion to deliver a solution that works.
That is what our clients expect of us - be they farmers, landowners, institutional/private investors, or corporates (whose portfolio might include residential developments, quarries, mixed-use sites, or surplus land).
Above all, every team has the time, the ‘tools’ and open/unhindered access to experts and specialists in the firm, which allows them to make ‘smart’ recommendations and enables clients to make informed decisions.
This is our culture, not our ‘sell’.
Most of us have a rural background but all of us have the experience, as well as the technical and practical knowledge of land and estate planning and management. This is why we really understand the dreams and pressures which fuel our clients and, why we focus on helping them run their farms and estates - profitably and sustainably.
Our Rural Team is but one part of an integrated team of advisors and consultants working together to deliver on one goal – our client’s goal. That integrated team includes:
- Fisher German specialists such as Planners, Building Consultants, Property Managers, Valuers, Agents and Sustainable Energy Experts
- External advisors such as lawyers and accountants
To find out how we can help you with any rural property issues you might have, please call David Merton or complete our online enquiry form and we will get straight back to you.
Clients benefit from integrated and holistic property advice – one team, one plan, one goal.