Natalie Owen


Natalie has almost 15 years' experience in Real Estate work and over 10 years' experience of working with Registered Providers in both real estate finance security and disposals and acquisitions including providing property support in two Large Scale Voluntary Transfers.

Natalie now specialises in advising Registered Providers in various methods of securing finance including bond issues, private placements, new and traditional bank funding, security trust arrangements and valuation uplifts and has worked with new entrants to the lending market such as Charity Bank, National Bank of Australia and Sumitomo Matsui Banking Corporation. As well as providing transactional security advice, Natalie advises Registered Providers strategically on the best use of their assets and often provides "getting ready to charge" advice which enables the Registered Provider to maximise their assets and achieve the best possible valuation on any security exercise. This advice regularly includes advising on title, section 106 agreements, nominations agreements, project agreements and searches and providing solutions to any factors which can cause delay or restrictions on value when charging or disposing of units.

Natalie led on the property security for three Bond issues of circa £850,000 over the past 18 months as well as working on a due diligence "getting ready to charge" exercise for over 22,000 properties for one major Registered Provider.

Natalie's skills and experience in working with large portfolios of stock have led her to work on stock rationalisation matters over the past 2 years and has advised several large national Registered Providers in high value stock transfers.

Legal 500 described Natalie Owen in 2018, as being ‘both thorough and well organised and has a sound knowledge of stock rationalisation projects’, and a key senior associate.

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