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:
Key considerations for buying a home off plan
what is involved when buying a property off plan?
reasons for the rise in popularity of off plan purchases;
advantages and disadvantages of buying off plan; and
- financing and impacts on mortgage offers.
Can a fraudster really steal a house?
- how to avoid becoming a victim as a homeowner;
- a look at the case of the Reverend Hall in Luton;
- protecting yourself when buying or selling a property; and
- the importance of using an experienced solicitor for property transactions.
Local land charges, your questions answered
- what are local land charges?
- do you really need a local land charges search?
- the difference between a local land charge search and a local authority search? and
- timescales and how to help speed things up.
Legal advice on selling a property to downsize
- the main pros and cons of downsizing;
- getting your home ready for sale and decluttering belongings;
- legal preparations when selling your house; and
- implications when you are in a chain of transactions.
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.