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What Does A Seller’s Solicitor Do?

A property solicitor is the person you employ or ‘instruct’ to carry out the legal process of transferring the property title from one person’s name to another. This is what is known as conveyancing. The conveyancing work a solicitor undertakes depends on whether they are acting for the buyer or the seller. In this article […]

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What Does A Buyer’s Solicitor Do?

What Does A Conveyancer Do For A Buyer? We have put together a guide on what to expect if you are buying a house and need to instruct a conveyancing solicitor to carry out the legal work involved. Initial Stages Once you have found the house you wish to buy it is time to instruct […]

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How Many Houses Do We View Before Putting In An Offer?

New research from housebuilder Strata suggests that UK house hunters view up to eight houses before making an offer on their new home. This indicates that potential buyers are taking more time to explore their options than they have previously, with more hours spent viewing and researching before making a final decision. On average, buyers […]

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How Long Do Conveyancing Searches Take?

There are several types of searches. Let us break them down for you:This is a question a lot of people ask when buying a house. The problem is, there is no exact time limit. In the UK, searches usually take between six and eight weeks but because they rely on other people this is like […]

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What Is Stamp Duty Land Tax?

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a tax you have to pay when you purchase a property that costs over £125,000 in England and Northern Ireland. It was introduced to replace what was known as Stamp Duty in 2003. SDLT is not the same as stamp duty; it is a transfer tax charged on “land […]

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How Can I Save For A Deposit While Renting?

Saving for a deposit is usually the first step towards buying your own home If you’re currently renting a property, it might seem impossible to save enough for a place of your own, especially when you are paying out not only rent, but other living expenses too. Here’s our top 8 tips to make saving […]

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Homebuyers Are Unaware Of The True Cost Of Moving

What is the true cost of moving home? The process can be expensive and sometimes uncertain. Many people in the UK are surprised to find that not only is the homebuying process fraught with unforeseen worries, the actual fees inherent in property purchases are much higher than they ever expected. This is why it is […]

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Our Top 8 Steps When Buying A Home

Where Do You Start When Buying A House Buying a house is a process with many steps, all of which are important and must be given thorough consideration. There is no way of telling beforehand, whether the transaction will be smooth and problem free or fraught with delays and issues from the moment you begin. […]

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6 Top Questions If You’re Buying A New Build Home

Buying a new build home is not dissimilar to buying any other property however, there are some specific questions you should ask if you are buying a brand new home direct from the developer. 1. Is It Leasehold or Freehold? If a house is Leasehold, it means that you have a lease from the freeholder […]

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What Is A HomeBuyers Report

If you have been asked to pay for a HomeBuyer Report you should make sure you know what you are going to get for your money. We have put together the key points of what you can expect from your HomeBuyers Report to keep you in the know. When buying a new home, your mortgage […]

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