Conveyancing advice on moving house

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

First time buyer

For anyone looking to buy their first home, the process can seem daunting. At reallymoving.com, we’ve put together a range of top tips and informative guides to help First-Time Buyers at every step of the way.

Shared Ownership Guide

Confused about whether Shared Ownership might be right for you? Our in depth guide will make it simple.

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What is freehold?

Not sure what freehold means, or if it's the right choice for you? Read on to find out all about freehold and the advantages and disadvantages.

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What is leasehold?

Looking to buy a property, but not sure about leasehold, and whether it's right for you?

Buying a house, First time buyer

Dispelling the myths of conveyancing

For many home movers conveyancing is a grey area. There are numerous conveyancing myths which confuse people when buying and selling a house.

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First time buyer changes to Stamp Duty: FAQ

On 22nd November 2017 the rules regarding Stamp Duty for first time buyers changed. We're answering some of the questions arising from the Stamp Duty exemption for first time buyers.

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Getting a first time buyer mortgage

For many first time buyers, the idea of getting a mortgage is overwhelming. But there are lots of great first time buyer mortgage deals out there.

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What is the Help to Buy Equity Loan Scheme?

With the chance to buy a property with a 5% deposit, the Help to Buy Equity Loan opens up home ownership to many more people.

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Timeline for buying a house

For homebuyers – and first time buyers in particular – the process of purchasing a new home can seem like a long, drawn-out affair. It’s not unusual for it to take around six months from starting to look at properties to actually moving in, and if there are delays at any stage of the process then it can take even longer.

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Buying a house with friends

For many people, getting a foot on that first rung of the property ladder is now more difficult than ever. A combination of high house prices, larger deposit requirements and other economic factors mean that many would-be homebuyers view property ownership as a distant reality.

Buying a house, First time buyer