IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Lindsey Frith
  October 23, 2020
As many of you will have noted recently the Land Registry have removed the last stringent requirement to print and sign a paper document in a property transaction by confirming acceptance of electronic signatures.
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 Lindsey Frith
  April 14, 2020
​The Government are now urging all buyers and sellers of occupied properties not to complete unless they have already exchanged contracts; and it has proved impossible for the parties to that transaction, to agree an alternative deferred completion date.
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  February 17, 2020
​Tom Bridge, Head of Conveyancing at Ramsdens Solicitors, has featured in Inside Conveyancing where he discusses what Conveyancers can do to speed up a home sale.
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 Karen James
  January 2, 2020
When buying a property, whether it be for the first time or one of many, deeds to a property must be inspected properly to avoid any nasty surprises rearing their head further down the line.
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 Karen James
  November 28, 2019
Flooding can bring devastation to affected homes and areas. Buying in an area of high ground might be the answer.
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  October 28, 2019
The Government’s Rent to Buy scheme is designed to ease the transition from renting to becoming a home owner.
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  October 14, 2019
The Right to Buy scheme is not a new concept and has been around from 1980. However, some may still not be aware of what the scheme allows secure tenants of councils to do and the scheme may not last forever.
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  September 27, 2019
The Ramsdens Conveyancing team often get approached by clients that are wanting to gift property to their children or other relatives. It is important to understand the effects of gifting property, especially if the property is your main residence. The team have set out some points to consider before giving property away.
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