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Necessity is said to be the mother of invention. And certainly the idea of LIVING inside an empty shopping mall is an inventive one. But it might also be an innovative, short-term solution to a shortage of suitable housing. Vivahouse co-living aims to offer flexible, city-centre living for millennials who are looking for something different […]
Price transparency is a concern in a third of all property transactions, according to a review by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Clients were given an unrealistically low initial quote by conveyancing solicitors, then hit with additional fees and charges further down the line. Those fees were for work that the solicitor had to do […]
It’s time to expand the commonhold system of home ownership and give more people the chance to own their property outright without having to pay a lease. That’s the view of the Law Commission, which has been carrying out a review of the leasehold system in England and Wales. Gap in the market Leasehold is […]
Solicitors will have to publish the prices they charge for conveyancing and probate services under new rules imposed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). From next month, potential clients will also be given a projected timescale for how long the work is expected to take. Home buyers and sellers who choose Fridaysmove to instruct a […]
The time is right for property bargain hunters to make their move. Data from online estate agent listings site Zoopla has revealed that the prices of more than a third of properties on the market have been cut. In fact, the average price cut is £26,131 (8.5 percent), meaning anyone who already has their finance […]
Homeowners are remortgaging in ever greater numbers, according to new figures. In July, 37,400 UK homeowners remortgaged on their existing property. That’s up 8.4 percent on the same month a year ago, says UK Finance, the trade body for the finance industry. Those moving their mortgages borrowed a total of £6.8 billion, up 13.3 percent […]
It was unveiled yesterday that the government is planning to build an estimated 200,000 new homes across 30 local authorities, each with a 20% discount to help first time buyers get onto the housing ladder. The new ‘Starter Homes scheme’ is being rolled out across many locations in Britain, and property developers will be tasked […]
Brexit: does it hail a rush on property sales in England? Following the wake of Britain voting to leave the EU, the English housing market is unsure of where it’s going next, but despite widespread uncertainty it’s still a good a time as any to invest in property in the UK. The Independent has already […]
Recent figures have provoked a debate as to the need for Stamp Duty to be abolished or at least substantially amended. Yet the chances of buyers in England or Wales seeing any real changes still look remote.
It looks as if the recent boom in property prices may have slowed down. But mortgage lending in June rose by 6% despite fears that stricter rules on new lending might depress demand.
£500,000 minimum PII would surely be inadequate for a solicitor handling the conveyancing for home buyers and sellers in London and the South-East.
Local councils could provide up to half a million extra homes by the end of the decade according to plans recently unveiled by the Local Government Association
Chancel Repair Liability could be abolished completely if a parliamentary Bill proposed by Liberal Peer Lord Avebury is passed
A new EU directive means that mortgage borrowers will soon be entitled to a cooling-off period. So how might this affect the home buying and selling process and conveyancing?
Property owners and buyers should also be on the alert for property fraud. The Land Registry has set up a fraud hotline and has also introduced a number of services which can help property owners to protect themselves against fraud.
What is the real problem the government must address if it really wants to stop house prices rising too fast.
Choosing an estate agent is an important aspect of selling your property. How should you go about deciding which agent to use?