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New year…new agent

Turning over a new leaf this new year? Then why not consider turning over the keys to your house sale to a new estate agent? If 2020 didn’t serve you well, we say out with the old and in with the new. After all, new year’s resolutions aren’t simply about taking up new hobbies and…Read More→

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Stamp duty: What has changed?

Rishi Sunak, the UK Chancellor, has announced a stamp duty holiday in a government package to help the economy post-lockdown. Here is what it means. Stamp duty (officially called stamp duty land tax) is a charge paid to the government when someone purchases a property or plot of land. It is payable once a sale…Read More→

is your home sale ready

Is your home sale ready?

If you were considering selling your home in 2020 but the current situation is making you think twice… don’t let it. Think about the initial reason you made your decision… house is too small, too big, too expensive, not far from work, too far from family, too close to family… the list goes on and…Read More→

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Selling in uncertain times

First of all, the health of yourself and your loved ones is paramount. We, like many households across the UK, are taking the utmost care to reduce the risks from COVID-19. The world, unfortunately, does not stop turning and in the meantime, many people will be mid-agreement or wanting to sell or purchase a home….Read More→

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What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal process for transferring the ownership of a property from one party to another. It is a critical stage of any property sale and handled by an experienced solicitor. Here is our guide to explain how it works. Offer accepted & contracts Once a seller accepts a buyer’s offer on a property,…Read More→