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Property fraud - potential warning signs

The high demand for housing in the UK leads to high prices and high prices attract fraudsters.  That’s why the Land Registry and the Law Society have worked together to publish new advice for solicitors to help them work to combat property fraud.  While the nature and specific techniques used...

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Conveyancing

How long does the conveyancing process take?

In conveyancing, we are asked this question almost daily.  As much as we would like to be able to give you an exact answer, there are so many variables to consider within the process. The answer we are able to give is that it can take between six and eight weeks, sometimes it can be less and...

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Residential Property Law

What can i do if i discover a problem with my new home?

There is always a risk of discovering hidden problems with a property after you have completed the purchase. So what can you do if problems such as faulty electrics, inadequate building work, leaks or general damage to the property occur within weeks or even months of the purchase? And is it too...

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Residential Property Law

Mortgage tips for first-time buyers

First-time buyers have, for some time, been desperately attempting to get their foot onto the property ladder.  Wage growth lagging behind increasing house prices and rent inflation has led to affordability issues.  However, intense competition between lenders as well as low mortgage rates have...

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