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Conveyancing work remains busy post-Brexit

Jessica Byrne
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Despite reports of a slowing economy post-Brexit, house selling and buying remains busy, according to a survey conducted by the Law Consultancy Network. In an article posted earlier this month the Halifax had reported 1% drop in house prices. However one...

When do you apply for a deputyship application?

Georgia Gann
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If a friend, loved one or yourself lost the capacity to manage financial affairs and either an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) or a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) has not been put in place, a deputyship application is the next step. A Deputyship...

Top 5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Buying a Property

Spencer Davis
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Buying a house is exciting. However, with this excitement can often come stress – after all, there are a lot of vital considerations to be made.  If you’re just starting out on the property ladder, there’s even more to get your head...

Why we recommend a full structural survey in residential purchases

Spencer Davis
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A full structural survey is the most comprehensive type of building survey. A qualified surveyor will carry out a detailed structural survey of the property, examining all aspects of the building structure. Yet many people consider purchasing a property...

Record investment in UK commercial property markets

David Springett
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According to a recent article in  Property Wire  the next 12 months is set to be another year of strong returns for investors in the UK’s commercial property sector with investment volumes expected to be as strong as 2015 which was a record...