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4 crucial questions about party wall notices you should be asking

Posted by Stacie on August 22nd, 2019

If your property shares a wall with an adjoining property – for instance in a terraced or semi-detached house – building works that will affect this ‘party wall’ are subject to important legislation. The Party Wall Act 1996 was introduced as a way to provide legal protection for both property owners. If either party wishes […]

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Guidance for Landlords: Things to Consider Before Renting To Tenants

Posted by Stacie on August 21st, 2019

Homeowners contemplate deeply about a lot of things before renting out their property. Some feel renting out to tenants could be quite advantageous due to the extra cash coming in from the tenants. Several homeowners have different reasons for putting up property for rent. Rents ease tax breaks for landlords. However, renting out a household […]

Informal lease extensions – what you need to know

Posted by Stacie on August 14th, 2019

Leasehold owners wishing to extend the lease on their residential property have statutory rights under the Leasehold Reform and Urban Development Act 1993. The procedure involves serving a Section 42 Notice with the help of a specialist solicitor, while a surveyor will establish the basis for valuation and negotiation of the premium to be paid. […]

How to Style Your Property

Posted by Stacie on August 2nd, 2019

Interior design tends to be one of those things that people either love or hate to do themselves. Whether you’re working on updating your own home or your styling a property with a view to renting it out, there are many tips and tricks you can borrow from the experts to get your place looking […]

Why you really must get a property survey before you buy

Posted by Stacie on July 25th, 2019

Buying your own home is not a walk in the park; they say the process is more stressful than getting divorced! A property purchase is a huge financial investment and comes with its own element of risk. What if you end up with a problem property? The long-term financial consequences of a bad decision could […]

UK properties becoming ‘unsellable’ due to unsafe cladding

Posted by Stacie on July 25th, 2019

Next Grenfell disaster looms large: UK properties becoming ‘unsellable’ due to unsafe cladding 2017’s Grenfell disaster highlighted a fundamental flaw in the way our high rise buildings have been constructed and the materials used to build them. Aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding used in Grenfell Tower was responsible for spreading the fire at an unprecedented […]

Your statutory lease extension right – what does it all mean?

Posted by Stacie on June 19th, 2019

Are you a leasehold property owner? Whether you own a flat with a short-ish lease or are thinking of buying one, understanding lease extensions is key, so you can take full advantage of your statutory rights to protect your investment. Here are 6 things you need to know. Leasehold property is a declining asset When […]



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