We have put together a set of useful articles covering the many aspects of buying a home. Useful for First Time Buyers to seasoned movers.
You’ve been searching, viewing and considering properties for months and the day has finally come. Now the offer you have made on a house has been accepted, what next?
Buying your first property can be an overwhelming experience without the help of an experienced property lawyer to guide you through the conveyancing process – but what exactly is conveyancing you may ask?
First and foremost, congratulations are in order! You’ve already jumped through numerous hoops to get to this stage in the home-buying journey, and the offer for your first home has been accepted. So what happens next?
Find out why your conveyancing solicitor will carry out searches on your behalf when buying a property.
As a first time buyer, your first home purchase is probably the most significant and most important financial transaction you will have made to date.
First time buyers are finding it increasingly difficult to attain a deposit without having to go to parents for support. We outline each of the affordable home ownership schemes currently available to homebuyers.
Get ahead of the game with these top tips for planning your home removals before your moving day
There will always be things you wish you had done or asked during the property transaction. Before you sign on the dotted line, check out our 10 tips for buying a home.
This article gives first time buyers all the information they need to deal with the process of exchanging house contracts
Property auctions could offer value for money to first-time buyers
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.
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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