Yet again conveyancers attitude is to blame, they are so arrogant they feel everyone should work to their timescales.
A new petition calling for the stamp duty holiday to be triggered upon exchange of contracts has been launched today.
Almost a third of households are planning to move home following the pandemic, according to a survey by Romal Capital.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has been dealt a blow in its bid to reduce the burden on the compensation fund, with the oversight regulator minded to reject a proposed cap on payments.
An agent in part of the UK with the strongest seller’s market claims the stock shortage is the worst he’s seen in 30 years – while demand seems endless.
According to Rightmove, it currently takes an average of 126 days from acceptance to completion, which means that property purchasers will need to have had an offer accepted by mid-February 24 to meet the 30 June deadline.
One in three property sales in England and Wales fell through before completion in the first quarter of 2021.
Mortgages have fuelled 70% of property transactions across Great Britain since the market reopened back in May of last year, after initial lockdown restrictions were imposed, according to research by broker firm Enness Global Mortgages.
Telephone calls relating to ‘an accident’ have been made, misusing the name of Co-Operative Legal Services Ltd.
Digital onboarding platform Thirdfort has secured £1.5m in its latest fundraising, with further backing from Zoopla entrepreneur Alex Chesterman and London law firm Mishcon de Reya.
Don’t wait for part three of this debate to be published, talk to your conveyancer contacts today. Even if for now, you are only making a difference to your section of a chain, it is still making a difference, and we have to start somewhere.
The average house price in the UK grew 1.1 per cent from February to March, the latest Halifax house price index shows.
The company Refund Ltd was operating a website that falsely claimed to offer legal services.
Report to Solicitors Regulation Authority board says suspicious activity worth £200m was reported to NCA last year, much of its involving conveyancing.
A new survey suggests 53 per cent of buyers never actually visit an estate agent’s office during the course of their transaction.
A leading conveyancing industrry chief says the one factor that would help improve the slow house buying process today would be the provision of upfront information.
New guidance relating to the government’s new housing possession mediation service has now been released.
Why don’t estate agents suggest that their sellers instruct a conveyancer when they take a property on?
The good intentions around International Women’s Day will mean nothing if agency leaders limit their definition of success to ‘willy waving’ sales metrics.
Emails have been sent misusing the name of Baldwin & Robinson Law, using an incorrect domain name.