No Contact Conveyancing in 2020

With the UK and much of the World on lockdown in order to stem the Coronavirus pandemic if you’re in the process of buying or selling a property it is still very possible to complete safely. Did you know that you do not need to visit the office of your chosen solicitor or conveyancer? All […]

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New Mandatory Electrical Safety Checks in the Private Rental Sector

Landlords are continuing to face ever more stringent regulation in the private rental sector. In 2019 the Tenant Fees Act banned many letting fees and placed caps on tenancy deposits. Statistics show that in England in 2019 there were 4.55 million households occupied by private renters. The private rental market remains robust in the UK […]

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Conveyancing In 2020 – What Unwelcome Surprises Might I Face?

Conveyancing In 2020 When you buy a property, whether it be your first or just one of many, there are a number of issues that may arise surrounding the conveyancing process that throw a spanner in the works. To make you aware of the nasty surprises that could be lurking around the corner, we have […]

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A Timeline For Buying A House

When buying a new home, and for first time buyers in particular, one of the first questions people ask their conveyancing solicitor is ‘how long will it take to complete on my property?’. It can seem like a long, drawn-out affair. It can be. It’s not completely unheard of for it to take up to […]

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What is Equity Release and How does it Work?

What Is Equity Release? As a property owner, your home might be your biggest asset. It is likely that this is where all your savings are tied up in it. Equity release is a means of staying in your property while taking back a lump sum or a monthly income, from the money tied up […]

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What is the ‘Tenant Fees Act 2019’?

Landlords and Tenants – Everything you need to know about the ‘Tenant Fees Act 2019′ On 1st June 2019, the Tenant Fees Act came into force. The Act controls what payments a landlord or letting agent are allowed to request from tenants. It also restricts what third-party charges a tenant or guarantor may be billed […]

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Stamp Duty: Will There Be Changes In 2020?

If you are buying a home in England or Northern Ireland and paying more than £125,000 (or more than £40,000 for second homes), then you will have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to HMRC . This applies to both freehold and leasehold properties and whether you are buying outright or using a mortgage. […]

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Buy To Let In 2020 – What Are The Changes To Tax Relief?

Buy to let properties have always been popular investments, especially over the past 20/30 years. Buying a property to let is exactly what it sounds like: you purchase a residential property with the intention of letting it out for a profit. When you buy a property to let, you become a landlord. When you become […]

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When Is the Best Time Of Year To Buy A Property?

The UK property market fluctuates at different times of the year. There are times of year that the experts believe it is best to sell a property and ones during which it is best to stay put. So what does that mean for you as a buyer or seller? Here is all the info you […]

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What Help Is Available For Purchasing A New Home.

Government Help To Buy Home Ownership Schemes in 2020. Potential buyers can find it difficult to secure enough finance to purchase a property of their own. From saving for a deposit to conveyancing solicitors fees there are mounting costs which make home ownership feel like a distant dream. Although the Help to Buy ISA was […]

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