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01Jun 2020

It’s a question on the mind of many who were in the process of buying, selling and moving. Early in the COVID-19 lockdown, the government gave clear advice on what to do if you are due to move home during lockdown: where possible home buyers and renters should delay moving house whilst social distancing measures […]

14Apr 2020

Do Home Buyers Prefer Renovation Or Perfection? Unprecedented times are calling for unprecedented measures and the housing market is another sector of the economy that has been hit hard by the effects of COVID-19. We understand that many of you will have concerns about your housing situation including how to move during lockdown, what to […]

23Oct 2019
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Do Home Buyers Prefer Renovation Or Perfection?   The housing market seems to be tougher than ever with the uncertainty of Brexit looming. Times have changed as to what appears to be valued in a prospective house. Are buyers drawn to the clean cut approach that comes with perfecting an existing home, or do they […]

21Aug 2019
Hidden Costs When Moving Home

10 Hidden Costs When Moving Home   The costs of buying a new home can add up when you don’t know what to expect. There is the obvious cost of the new house but what about the legal fees? What about the Stamp Duty? And, the most overlooked cost of all, what about the moving […]

20Jun 2019
How to sell your home

Selling your home can sometimes be a straightforward and quick enough process. But at the opposite end of the scale can be drawn out, exhausting and without success. Giving yourself the best chance of a sale at full asking price is the ideal route for a low hassle experience. Of course the price of your […]

29May 2019

Home buyers often have the belief that their property transaction will go through smoothly. When it goes wrong, it’s often tempting to blame the conveyancing solicitor. However, there are a number of factors that may cause delays or be problematic meaning a property transaction doesn’t go through in time or at all.

12Apr 2019
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You’ve found your dream house and you’re ready to buy but first, you need a conveyancing solicitor. With numerous firms in Essex alone, how are you supposed to choose the right one? We understand that the whole process can be a little confusing so we’ve compiled a list of six things we think you need […]

14Mar 2019

Turns out there is a lot of confusion when it comes to first time buyers buying a home with regard to costs and responsibilities. However, is this only to be expected when there is no universal guide to buying a property? Buying a house can be a confusing process and home move comparison website […]

17Feb 2019
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How Can First Time Buyers get on to the Property Ladder? First time home buyers are constantly being told to adjust their spending habits if they want to be able to buy a house in today’s market. But how much is enough? What are millennials expected to give up if they’re looking to get on […]

17Jan 2019
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What to do if your house is in a flood risk zone No one wants to think about it but there is a very real risk that your home could be in a flood risk zone. As much as we like to believe that England isn’t prone to adverse weather conditions, recent years have proved […]