272015May

Birmingham becomes the city for property investment

We often think of the property market in domestic terms but, it is a far bigger market than this. Across Europe, individuals and organisations invest in property as a way of investing capital, without too much risk. A stable market The property market if any country fluctuates, usually reflecting the economic state of the country….

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52015Jan

The hidden costs of home buying

Buying a home should be an exciting time. In most cases, it is but, there can be one aspect of it that causes stress, anxiety and uncertainty – the cost of actually buying the property. Regardless of where you live, from the hub bub of city life to the solitude of rural life, you need…

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312014Dec

No sale, no fee conveyancing explained

We have all seen the compensation adverts, promising top quality legal help and services on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. Matched with a robust assessment of any potential case, these companies will only really take on cases they know they can win. This conditional fee agreement means that the client only pays their solicitor…

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242014Dec

How can conveyancing consumers avoid hidden solicitors fees?

hidden solicitors fees? Buying and selling a property can be an exciting time but, it can be a stressful journey, full of potholes and pitfalls. For many people, the issue that causes them most hassle is the uncertainty of the bill they face for professionals acting on their behalf. And it seems that this affects…

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32014Dec

What is Abortive Insurance within Conveyancing?

Moving house can be undeniably stressful. In a recent survey by health organisations, moving house figured as number 3 in a list of 5 life events that can cause most stress, even if it is a happy occasion. In most cases a house move is usually a happy and exciting time but it can represent…

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262014Nov

Ways to get Affordable Conveyancing

When obtaining quotes, beware the cheaper conveyancing fees that suggests that for ‘£100 or less’, you can buy or sell a property and get an efficient top quality conveyancing service. This may be a hook with many ‘hidden’ costs. It may be a marketing ploy to draw you in with an artificially low ‘quote’ or…

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182014Nov

Residential Conveyancing Tips

Regardless of whether you are buying or selling a property or land, you will need the help of a residential conveyancing firm, whether this is solicitor-led or a fully qualified licensed conveyancer. Why you need a Professional Conveyancing Firm The process of buying a property involves the passing of the title of the land or…

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152014Nov

Conveyancing – Do-It-Yourself OR Engage a Solicitor

Technology is a wonderful thing; it can provide us with information at the touch of a button and within seconds. As a result, some of the most mystifying puzzles of the modern world have been made to seem clearer. People can, and do, tap in to a rich vastness of information on the internet thus…

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82014Nov

Conveyancing Laws and the ‘Right to Buy’ Scheme

The Right to Buy is a scheme that has seen many people buy their council property; for many it has been an important first step on the property ladder. Buying their property has been at a significant discount in some cases but there are eligibility rules, as well as a conveyancing process to take into…

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72014Nov

Conveyancing Fees Explained – Finally!

Feel free to to use this info graphic on your own blog by using the following embed code:- <a href=”http://www.onlineconveyancingquote.co.uk/blog/conveyancing-fees-explained-finally/”><img alt=”Conveyancing Fees Explained – Infographic by www.onlineconveyancingquote.co.uk” src=”http://www.onlineconveyancingquote.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Conveyancing-Costs-Explained-Finally-Infographic1-412×1024.jpg” width=”412″ height=”1024″ /></a> Conveyancing Fees Explained – Infographic by <a title=”Online Conveyancing Quote” href=”http://www.onlineconveyancingquote.co.uk”>www.onlineconveyancingquote.co.uk</a>

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