Moving home checklist for property buyers

When stepping on to the moving home ladder there will be a lot of people on-hand to help you along this journey. While your conveyancing solicitor will do the majority of the management of your property transaction there will be times when you will solely be responsible for ‘making things happen’. Take a look at…

When to instruct a conveyancer

The purchase and sale of a property is very much a case of spinning lots of plates and it can feel overwhelming at times. There’s no clear cut road map at which point you have to do something but having a basic understanding of the various milestones along the journey will help keep things on…

New guidelines for property moves during the COVID-19 outbreak

As with most industries, the property market has succumbed to the effects of COVID-19 and has recently had new guidance put in place to protect all parties involved. To help you understand what that means check out our guide right here. The main take-home advice is that there is no need to pull out of…

Things that could go wrong in a conveyancing transaction

As with any legal transaction, the reality is that there are things that could go wrong during the conveyancing process. While maintaining a level head is wise during this emotional process it’s always best to be armed with the knowledge to know what could go wrong and if possible, what you can do to resolve…

The March 2020 Budget: Housing Analysis

It’s fair to say that the current economic turmoil caused by the Coronavirus, COVID:19, has overshadowed a lot of the run-up to the March budget. Experts had, for some time, been hotly predicting what Chancellor Rishi Sunak would deliver based on the Conservative’s winning manifesto. However, before the Chancellor had a chance to make the…

Savvy shoppers

When it comes to conveyancing we always encourage our customers to be smart and know their choices before going ahead and appointing their legal representative. After all, we are a nation of savvy shoppers, however, we’d stress that shouldn’t necessarily mean choosing a solicitor because they’re cheap. It’s important to know that you have the…

How to guide: Buying a house

Buying a property is one of the biggest financial, as well as emotional, decisions you will ever make. As a long term investment, there’s a lot to consider when weighing up your options as to whether or not now is the right time to get a foot onto the property ladder. If, however, you’ve decided…

Leeds property hotspots for 2020

As a former industrial city, Leeds has enjoyed a renaissance thanks to a strong uplift since the 2008 economic downturn, and has grown from strength to strength to proudly fly the flag for thriving cities in the north. It’s widely known as the largest legal and financial centre in the UK outside of London. It…