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What is the Help to Build loan?

    If you’ve ever considered building your own home but don’t know how you are going to fund it, the Help to Build loan might be an option for you. The Help to Buy loan is a government equity loan scheme for people in England who...

Stamp duty changes ahead for multiple and mixed-use purchases

    Property buyers looking to pay reduced rates of stamp duty when buying multiple residential properties or claiming mixed residential and non-residential use can expect a tightening of the rules following a consultation by HMRC.  ...

How does the Right to Buy scheme work?

    Earlier this month, the Prime Minister announced an extension to the Right to Buy scheme in an attempt to make home ownership possible for millions more in the UK. Right to Buy is a government scheme that allows most council and now...

Check the ground rules to avoid boundary disputes

  Spring, warm weather and longer days sees a surge in interest in garden works each year, and where householders improve and replace, boundary disputes are sure to follow… One recent long-running case saw an Essex couple fighting over...

Power of Attorney: Making your wishes clear

  If you are considering giving Power of Attorney to a loved one, we understand that this may feel overwhelming. There are many considerations, including choosing someone you trust to carry out your wishes and conduct your affairs as you would want....
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