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The conveyancing process when buying a new build is different to the process of buying an older property. That’s why if you’re buying a new build, you must instruct a[...]read more
A long-stop completion date is the date by which a new build must be finished. If it isn’t, the buyer has the right to cancel the contract and get their[...]read more
You can buy your parents’ house for under market value. However, there may be some tax implications, as well as some other potential pitfalls. You need to be aware of[...]read more
A conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer can identify any potential problems with your property purchase. This includes boundary issues, access rights, issues with the lease and even fraud. This gives[...]read more
In England and Wales, when you buy a property with someone else, you either buy as joint tenants or as tenants in common. There are significant differences between the two,[...]read more
When buying a property, the basic searches you need are Land Registry searches, local authority searches, environmental searches and water authority searches. Your solicitor may also recommend some additional searches,[...]read more