Evidence suggests that many more of us are putting down roots and choosing to stay in our current homes for longer. The average time a homeowner in the UK stays in their property is 21 years.
The UK’s mortgage market has changed profoundly in the last two weeks as the full effect of the Coronavirus has started to be felt.
The Covid-19 outbreak is having an increasingly profound impact on the UK housing market. As a landlord, you’ll be aware that this is having significant implications within the Buy to Let market.
Being a first-time buyer can be daunting. Not only are you about to make one of the biggest financial decisions in your life, but you’ll probably also have family members and friends offering their ideas on the right house, mortgage, lender conveyancer and even removal
Getting fed up of everyone coming around to yours for Christmas? Or are you rattling round a large house because your kids have grown up and flown the nest? Or perhaps you’ve found a lovely little property in a part of the country you’ve always
Is your Help to Buy deal ending? Since its launch in April 2013 more than 145,000 properties have been bought using the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme. Five years on and the interest-free element of the loan is due to end, with homeowners potentially
You’re not bound by law to have a survey done on a property you’re buying, but while it may feel like an unnecessary expense given all the other costs involved in homebuying, it could actually save money and stress in the longer-term. A survey is
Conveyancing is an important part of the home buying process, and it’s important to note it’s required when both buying and selling a property.
So what should you consider when choosing a property solicitor to carry out your conveyancing? It’s important to use a qualified property solicitor who’ll be able to take care of a range of issues on your behalf, including: