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Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market   The Housing Secretary has recently delivered a statement about how to safely restart, reopen and renew the housing market since the enforced “lockdown” earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this period, he said, more than 450,000 buyers had to put their moving plans […]

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Dreaming of a holiday home on the West Lancashire coast?

Lancashire has a stunning coastline from the Ribble Estuary Nature Reserve to the sandy beaches of Southport and Crosby where you can stroll amongst the 100 cast iron figures comprising sculptor Anthony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’.  There is nothing like a bracing walk by the sea to blow the cobwebs away, and many people choose the […]

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Government scraps stamp duty for first-time buyers on properties bought for up to £300,000

The Chancellor recently announced that stamp duty would be scrapped for first-time buyers looking to purchase a property worth up to £300,000, and would be reduced for properties worth up to £500,000 to cater for buying in London and other expensive areas.  Susan Ward, residential conveyancing expert with Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, Lancashire explains […]

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Top 5 tips when getting a conveyancing quote

Buying a new home is exciting, whether it is a first-time purchase or an additional property to your portfolio, you will need a conveyancing lawyer to act for you in the process and ensure that the ‘legal title’ to the property passes from the seller to the buyer. Susan Ward, residential property lawyer at Mooney […]

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