Personal relocation

When considering a move offshore, it's essential to seek advice from experienced advisers who know the market inside out. Our property teams regularly help newcomers to the Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey in acquiring new homes and/or business premises and guiding them through the relocation process. We act for many high-net-worth individuals and high-value residents.

We believe that communication and responsiveness are the key to a stress-free experience which is why we're always on hand to listen, offer assistance and pick up the phone to keep you informed at every stage of your move. We are consistently praised by clients for our calm, proactive and hands-on approach, ensuring all transactions are completed as swiftly and stress-free as possible.

Some of our people have first-hand experience of relocating themselves, affording them a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities you are likely to face.

We can assist you or your company with all forms of certificates and permits and out-of-scope applications, specifically short-, medium- and long-term employment permits, out-of-scope applications, permanent residence certificates and residence permits.

We can also assist with indefinite leave to remain, tier 2 visas, entrepreneur visas and British citizenship.

Guernsey real estate

Whatever your property goals, you want personalised advice that is right for you.

We take the time to get to know you and offer discreet, practical advice that’s tailored to your needs. Our friendly, experienced team is one of the largest on the island and can help you with a range of property services, whether you're relocating to the Channel Islands, moving house on island, planning to develop your property or seeking other residential or commercial property advice.

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Jersey real estate

Our Jersey real estate specialists have the local knowledge and expertise to provide top quality advice on all commercial and residential transactions, as well as give meaningful opinions and anticipate challenges and opportunities, at every stage of the process.

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12 Dec 2022

Advocates admitted to the Guernsey

Collas Crill Senior Associate Ben le Page and Associate Harry Round have been admitted to the Guernsey Bar. Ben joined Collas Crill as a paralegal and went on to train with the firm, qualifying as a Solicitor of England and Wales in 2017. He was promote...

10 May 2019

Quarterly residential property update

The States has today published its Quarterly Residential Property Prices Bulletin together with the latest property prices figures. As has been reported in the press, the local market Q1 sales are the highest since 2007, which is encouraging. The number ...

15 May 2018

Guernsey property update: April 2018

Good weather undoubtedly makes islanders once again fall in love with Guernsey after months of dark evenings, driving rain and Siberian snow. If ever there was a time for agents to get out and about on viewings and getting those marketing shots for the w...

18 Oct 2017

Guernsey Document Duty update

It has been announced today that the Document Duty (Guernsey) Law, 2017 and the Document Duty (Anti-Avoidance) (Guernsey) Law, 2017, received Royal Assent on 11th October, 2017. It is proposed that, subject to the approval of the necessary Ordinances by ...

13 Oct 2017

Guernsey property update: September 2017

Summer has come and gone, children are back to school and the nights are drawing in. After a break over the summer, we thought it was high time to update you on market progress. September saw 105 conveyancing transactions complete worth a whopping £70 mi...

25 Aug 2017

The Guernsey housing market review

Following its commission in September 2015, the Guernsey Housing Market Review (conducted by KPMG) has been published by the States of Guernsey today. Considered within the review is the present state of the island's property market, together with the ac...

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