Conveyancing advice on moving house

Looking for information to help with your move? Read some of our conveyancing articles.

What Is a Property Covenant?

The deed to your new property may refer to a covenant, but what exactly is it and what does it mean for you as a homeowner?

Legal, Buying a house

Staircasing vs. Overpaying Mortgage: Best Option for You

When you own a Shared Ownership property, you can staircase and gradually buy more of the house, or you could pay off your mortgage so that you only pay rent on the part of the house you do not own. But which option is the best?

Mortgages, Shared Ownership

What Happens if My Shared Ownership Property Changes in Value?

If Shared Ownership properties change in value, what does that mean for you?

Selling a home, Conveyancing Advice, Shared Ownership

Help to Buy vs. Shared Ownership: Which is Best for You?

Help to Buy and Shared Ownership – what's the difference and which is right for you?

Buying a house, Conveyancing Advice, First Time Buyer, Shared Ownership

Moving from England to Scotland: Key Property Differences

If you’re moving to Scotland from England, you will find that the property-buying process is slightly different.

Help and Advice, Scotland

Scottish moving glossary

The moving home process can sometimes feel like a different language, and if you’ve not moved in Scotland before, you might come across a few different phrases.

Help and Advice, Scotland

Understanding Right to Buy Costs: A Comprehensive Guide

Right to Buy can be a great way of stepping onto the housing ladder, but first you need to work out if you can afford it.

Buying a house, Help and Advice, Costs and Fees

Right to Buy vs. Remaining a Tenant: Making the Informed Decision

Right to Buy might seem like an appealing option if you want to own your home, but you should check whether it’s right for you.

Buying a house, Renting

Am I Eligible for Shared Ownership? Understanding Your Qualification Criteria

Shared Ownership is one of a few schemes designed to help those who would struggle to buy a home traditionally onto the housing ladder – but are you eligible?

First Time Buyer, Shared Ownership