Whether you are selling or buying a home, it’s a good idea to know what is involved, and to understand how the Conveyancing process works. The process will involve a number of people, usually including estate agents for the marketing process, banks or building societies to arrange a mortgage and removal companies for the actual […]Read Article
Dealing with property and lease transactions, a conveyancing solicitor will usually describe their work as fast-paced, pressurised and full of variety. The aim of every day is to complete as many transactions as possible and with every client’s journey being unique, life is certainly never boring. Jemma Wixted shares with us her day in the […]Read Article
The weather we’ve all been dreaming of is here and with it brings many benefits to selling a house in the summer. On average homes sell for 3 percent more than they do in winter. But why is this? Well, of course, there is the opportunity for optimal photos – the light evenings, the flowers […]Read Article
Whether you’re buying your first house or a subsequent property, the process can feel just as daunting and stressful each time. The process of purchasing or selling a home can have huge implications on your life and for many of us, will be the biggest transaction we ever go through. Our mission at Osborne Morris & Morgan is to […]Read Article
The Autumn Budget 2017 has been announced and a stamp duty system has been put into place to help the majority of first-time buyers get onto the property ladder. With immediate effect, those buying their first home in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will pay zero stamp duty on purchases of up to £300,000 and […]Read Article
If you were at Leighton Buzzard Railway Station on the morning of Wednesday 27th September, then the chances are you will have seen our team members, once again, handing out free thermal mugs to commuters at the entrance to the station. This particular campaign was organised to promote our conveyancing services and was another big […]Read Article
Buying your own home is likely to be the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make. It can be daunting, and many people often ask themselves, ‘can I really afford this’? One particular company may have a solution to help answer this question. Web-blinds.co.uk researched the average house price in each of Britain’s 2,643 postcodes and […]Read Article
By all accounts, the housing market is doing well this year. Asking prices for property in England and Wales reached a record high in May, with the average asking price hitting a new peak of £317,281 (according to Rightmove). Buyer demand has also increased and is at the highest we’ve seen for a decade. With […]Read Article
A recent slowdown in house prices is being cheered by first-time buyers, who were previously seeing property values rise at a much faster rate than interest on their savings. House prices in London rose by just 1.5% in the year to the end of March- compared to nearly 15% the year before and 28.3% at […]Read Article
As the UK housing market faces uncertainty in the wake of the stamp duty tax changes in April and the referendum result to leave the EU in June, we look at why it might still be a good time to get onto the property ladder. How has the property market been affected? According to statistics […]Read Article
In May of this year, we won the title of ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year 2019’ at the SME Luton & Bedfordshire Business Awards.
We were delighted to receive the ‘Leighton Buzzard Business of the Year’ award for our dedication to providing the highest standards of client care whilst building strong links with the local community, supporting local charities and connecting businesses together.