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If you are in the process of buying a house, you will no doubt want to be reassured that your purchase is a good investment. Most buyers take a keen…

The government is aiming to build 300,000 new homes per year to tackle the chronic under-supply of housing in the UK. With residential developments sprouting up throughout Greater London and…

Getting onto the property ladder is a big achievement and an exciting time. However, in your search for the perfect first home, it is essential that you use your head…

If you are thinking of making home improvements to your property, the issue of planning permission may weigh heavily on your mind. But did you know that, in many cases,…

If you are in the process of buying your next home, you know how long and arduous the journey can be. Once your offer price has been accepted and solicitors…

If you are the owner of a leasehold property and the number of years remaining on the lease is approaching 90 years, you may want to think about a lease…

Do you own a leasehold property, typically a flat or maisonette? The number of years left to run on the lease are a key component of the property’s market value,…

Are you looking to by a flat, either for your own use as a home or as a buy-to-let investment? Flats including apartments and maisonettes are generally sold on a…

The property transaction won’t become legally binding until contracts are exchanged, and before that happens, we urge you to commission an independent home survey. With one of our experienced building…

Subsidence is one of those fearful words that no homebuyer wants to hear. But what exactly does it mean for the property, and what can you do about it? At…

Property surveying is a complex technical discipline with information that is often hard to comprehend unless you are a Chartered Surveyor yourself. Little wonder, then, that there are many myths…

Buying a home is a big investment, probably one of the biggest in your life. Being a freeholder means you own the building and the plot of land it stands…