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Seven steps to buying your first home

Getting on the property ladder might seem a long way off, but if it’s something that you aspire to, then you need to have a plan for how you’re going to get there.  Step One: Understand the money involved If you’ve never bought a property before, you might not be aware of the kind of money...

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Residential Property Law

Helping your children buy a home

House prices are high, wage inflation is low and rents are amongst the most expensive in Europe. It’s no surprise that we are seeing an increasing number of parents helping their sons and daughters to buy their first home. Boosting your child’s deposit is vital to helping them get a more...

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Residential Property Law

Planning Obligations

The North West has seen a rapid increase in planning applications and approvals by both large scale developers and private individuals for residential units.  Often, approvals will be subject to planning obligations imposed on the applicant. What is a Planning Obligation? Planning obligations are...

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Conveyancing

Buying a new home? Why you need a Survey

Buying a house is usually the biggest investment you will make in your lifetime. So you have to make sure you do things right. Surveys are often the only way to find out exactly what you are buying, what repairs are needed, future maintenance and any other issues that are likely to crop up in the...

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