To view this page correctly you must have Chinese characters installed.
Print

Why you should use motel experts

You would not go to a general practitioner for brain surgery.  It is for the same reason you should not go to your local lawyer for a motel matter.

Some people play them down as being simple but they are not.  There are a myriad of things that lawyers who don’t practice regularly in motels will not know how to handle.

When investigating a motel purchase or sale, you will no doubt repeatedly hear that you should (or must) use an industry expert. As you would expect us to, we cannot recommend this strongly enough. Some people disregard this and use their usual lawyer, accountant or their local bank.

More often than not, these are the clients that we end up assisting after things have taken a turn for the worse.

Using someone who does not know what they are doing to assist you will be an experience fraught with frustration (through your advisor not knowing what is going on and not being able to assist you) and financial danger, which is usually the result of bad advice.

Many people call themselves experts. It is easy to advertise that. If they do, don’t be afraid to ask for testimonials from other clients. Ask the other industry professionals you are working with how often they have dealt with your advisors.

We will have answers to all of your motel questions – quite possibly before you know you need to ask them. Others don’t.

We are not the cheapest but nor are we the most expensive. What we provide is real value for money.

Expert motel lawyers

Frank Higginson

Frank Higginson

Director and Legal Practice Director

Body Corporate
Management Rights
Manufactured Home Parks
Motels