If you own a leasehold property, you will be aware of the importance of the lease and its length. Here Holmes & Hills’ lease extension lawyer discusses some of the commonly asked questions regarding lease extensions.
Holmes & Hills conveyancing solicitors understand that today’s property market is full of potential challenges and pitfalls; unfortunately, not every sale goes smoothly. Rightmove’s ‘Little Blue Book’ states that the fall through rate on purchases has stayed at around 30% consistently since 2012. That is why we operate a no sale, no fee conveyancing policy*, so that nothing is lost should the purchase of your house fall through for any reason.
Landlord & Tenant Law specialist, David Sodimu, discusses the High Court decision regarding Right to Rent checks determined in March 2019.
The two main forms of land tenure in the UK are leasehold and freehold. Within this article Holmes & Hills conveyancing solicitors discuss the key differences between the two different types of property ownership.
How to avoid paying for your conveyancing twice in 2019, with no sale, no fee conveyancing
Keeley Livingstone, Partner and Head of Residential Property Team discusses the increasing calls for expansion of the commonhold system for home ownership instead of leasehold ownership.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors discuss the latest proposals regarding lease extensions.
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Holmes & Hills Solicitors' 10th annual series of Planning Law Updates will be taking place in Ipswich in September.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors' 10th annual series of Planning Law Updates will be taking place in Chelmsford in October.
Holmes & Hills' Team of Planning Law solicitors will be in Colchester to present their 7th annual series of Planning Law Update.
Holmes & Hills' Team of Planning Law solicitors will be in Bury St Edmunds to present their 7th annual series of Planning Law Update.