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06th May 2022 | Conveyancing

What do rising house prices mean for 1st-time buyers?

In the past year, everything seems to be going up, from energy and food bills to house and rental prices. We are all tightening our belts and finding different ways to minimise our outgoings. For buyers looking to buy their...

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09th February 2022 | Client Stories, Conveyancing

Case Study: Mrs Cuthbert’s complex house sale involving Shared Appreciation Mortgage

Shared Appreciation Mortgages (SAMs) were sold in the 1990s as the perfect solution for homeowners who were asset rich but cash poor.

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25th January 2022 | Conveyancing

Guarantee your Conveyancing costs in 2022

With surging property prices. We take a look at the key factors you should look for to guarantee your conveyancing costs in 2022.

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10th January 2022 | Conveyancing

Moving home this 2022? How to speed up the Conveyancing Process

Moving house can be a tiresome process, using an expert conveyancing solicitor will make your move an easy hassle free process.

4 minute read
27th September 2021 | Conveyancing, Coronavirus

How has Covid affected the conveyancing industry?

Find out how Covid-19 has affected the conveyancing industry, and why e-conveyancing is shaping the future of the housing market.

3 minute read
19th July 2021 | Conveyancing

Missed the stamp duty holiday deadline? 5 options to help you with your property plans

The Stamp Duty Holiday introduced by the government over the pandemic period has made a substantial difference to the housing market. Since it was introduced in July 2020, house prices have soared at record levels, reflecting a massive demand.

2 minute read
04th March 2021 | Conveyancing

Stamp Duty holiday: 5 tips to keep your property transaction moving

Moving house? There are steps you can take to make the process of buying or selling a house smoother.

5 minute read
05th January 2021 | Conveyancing

Don’t let the pandemic stop you from moving in 2021

What options do you have for moving in the pandemic, what restrictions are there?

2 minute read
08th October 2020 | Conveyancing

Moving home for school catchment

Considering moving house to secure a place at a school? We share some useful info on buying property for school catchment purposes.

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17th June 2020 | Conveyancing, Coronavirus

How the UK’s property market is making a Coronavirus comeback

Is now a good time to move? If you are currently “on the fence”, we thought we would help you make the right decision.

4.45 minute read
02nd April 2020 | Conveyancing

The truth about Conveyancing fees

If you are either buying or selling a property, one of the components in the costs will be for Conveyancing fees – the most complained area in law.

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06th February 2020 | Conveyancing

Beyond Brexit – Selling your property in 2020

If you are thinking of selling your property this 2020, now may be the best time!

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