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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

Boundary Disputes

Purchasing a house or a piece of land is a major decision.  It is important to understand the property boundaries and raise any concerns or queries with your property solicitor at the outset. Boundary disputes are quite common, with a wide variety of disputes arising in relation to the position of ...

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Conveyancing

Do you have to tell your buyers about noisy neighbours?

When selling, you will have to complete a Property Information Form which asks for details of any disputes or complaints regarding your property or a property nearby.  This includes any notices or correspondence received or sent from or to a neighbour, council or government department, or whether ...

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Residential Property Law

Buying a House at Auction

Buying a house at auction can seem appealing to both seasoned home buyers and first-time buyers alike. The prospect of a potential bargain as well as avoiding a lengthy and buying process is a big plus, especially if you have been through the conventional home buying process only to have somebody...

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