Buying a shared ownership home or shared equity home can be a good option for individuals struggling to get on the property ladder and buy their own home.
Moving house is often fraught with excitement and stress, especially if you’re buying a property and selling a property at the same time – so what happens if the property chain you are in collapses?
The Chancellor announced on 8th July that there will be a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021 on properties costing up to £500,000 in England.
Back in 2017, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) held a consultation on ways to speed up the conveyancing process…
The Right To Buy (RTB) scheme enables individuals to buy the council or housing association property they are living in, for a discounted price
New legislation for tenant fees came into force on 1 June 2019 and affects all tenants entering into Housing Act Tenancies from this date onwards.
If you own a leasehold residential property (house or flat), or are thinking of buying one, you may be interested in this article.
Moving into a new home is one of the scariest, most stressful and exciting times of our lives so it is crucial to be prepared and plan the process in order to remove the fear.
Selling a home is notoriously stressful and entails a complex legal process – but with the right conveyancing solicitor, the process doesn’t have to be a difficult one.
Manchester-based solicitors firm HLF Berry recently helped a client to win back his house from fraudsters who had stolen his identity in order to try and steal his home. Mr To reported the problem to HLF Berry who immediately took urgent action to protect the property from being sold fraudulently and then successfully applied to […]