Topical legal content articles for marketing residential conveyancing law
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the residential property law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Buying a property with cash or selling to a cash buyer
- what is a cash buyer and how does it benefit you?
- the key advantages of being a cash buyer;
- how to keep you and your investment safe; and
- fraud awareness and good practice for due dilligence.
Selling a home to appeal to eco-conscious buyers
obtaining a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC);
cost-effective ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency;
obtaining all the necessary statutory consents; and
importance of keeping relevant paperwork safe to pass onto buyers.
Building your own dream home - getting the legalities right
how to assess which type of self-builder you are;
acquiring a plot and securing finance for your project;
applying for planning permission and building regulations; and
- considerations for building contracts, warranties, and insurance.
Legal considerations if you are tempted to buy a holiday home
- tax implications of buying a second home;
- buy-to-let mortgages and satisfying lenders;
- implications of council tax and business rates; and
- renting out your holiday home and holiday lets.
Transferring property between partners - what you need to know
- establishing the legal and beneficial interests;
- transferring ownership when your relationship changes;
- becoming a co-owner with someone else; and
- tax implications and other key issues.
Helping your children onto the property ladder
- planning for the long term and inheritance tax;
- making a contribution as a gift or loan;
- registering charges at the land registry; and
- other implications when helping you children buy a home.