10th December 2021

What is Probate Property?

Probate refers to the legal right to manage a deceased individual’s estate after they have died. This generally includes all…

9th December 2021

What is a Deed of Trust in Property?

A Deed of Trust is a document used in property to determine how the financial responsibility is split between involved…

7th December 2021

Do First Time Buyers pay Stamp Duty

Many homeowners, no matter what their circumstances are, need to consider the impact of stamp duty on their property purchase.…

3rd December 2021

95% LTV mortgages for first time buyers

Many first time buyers are yet to get onto the property market due to the rising price of property. This…

1st December 2021

What is the Difference Between a Maisonette and a Flat?

Identifying your perfect property can be a challenge. There are several different types of housing you might be considering –…

30th November 2021

Lifetime ISAs: Who are they for?

,A Lifetime ISA, also known as a Lifetime individual savings account, is ideal for individuals looking to invest in their…

16th November 2021

Do you need a Restrictive Covenant Indemnity Insurance policy?

A Covenant is typically understood as an agreement made between two parties in writing. In the context of property and…

15th November 2021

What is a ‘No Onward Chain’ property?

When buying or selling a house, there is plenty to keep track of. Whether it’s the processes to work through,…

12th November 2021

What are Conveyancing Searches?

Your solicitor will perform property searches (also known as conveyancing searches) to learn more details about a property you want…