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Mark Ollier


Mark is our Senior Partner based in the Seaton office.  He joined Beviss & Beckingsale in 1986, having qualified as a solicitor in 1984. During his time here, Mark has managed two of the firm’s four current offices.

Mark has specialised in commercial and residential property work for over 30 years. His expertise in commercial property includes sales and acquisitions of businesses, granting and renewal of commercial leases and acquisition of land for development. Mark’s residential expertise includes sales and purchases of residential property, new builds, buy-to-let, shared ownership, Help to Buy and equity release.

Mark is a member of the Law Society’s Property Section and Risk and Compliance Service.

In his spare time, Mark is a trustee of the Seaton & District Hospital League of Friends, a supporter of SeatonMusic and current President of Seaton Rotary Club. A keen music and theatre lover, he has taken part in local amateur operatic and dramatic productions and the Nativity play at Exeter Cathedral. When time permits, Mark also enjoys painting.

1 Major Terrace
Seaton EX12 2RF
EX12 2RF
DX 82300 Seaton
Fax: 01297 626951
Phone: 01297 626950

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Mark Ollier

Interest Only Mortgages- Crunch Time!

Posted by Mark Ollier on April 17th 2019 in MOVING HOUSE.

Prior to the 2008 credit crunch interest-only mortgages were popular with borrowers who often failed to take fully into account the need to actually repay the mortgage at the end...

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Equity Release – Bad Press?

Posted by Mark Ollier on April 17th 2019 in DISPUTES AND CLAIMS, MOVING HOUSE.

Equity Release is now receiving more scrutiny as its popularity increases. More popular than ever, 10 years ago one would rarely see any advertisement for Equity Release Schemes on the...

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Notices Requiring Possession of Assured Shorthold Tenancies


The news that the Government is thinking of planning on heavily amending Landlord’s rights to serve Section Notices on tenants requiring possession,  comes as something of a surprise, even after...

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