Bespoke, pragmatic advice through every step of the process.
Buying or selling property can be an exciting yet stressful experience, particularly in today’s turbulent economic climate and unsettled real estate market. By nature, it can also involve very tight deadlines and complex structures. Whether you are purchasing your main residence or widening your property portfolio, the conveyancing process should be made as stress-free as possible by instructing trusted advisers who can offer you high quality, tailored advice.
Our Residential property team delivers an integrated and seamless service, drawing on expertise from across the Real estate practice to provide guidance on any property matter that you, as a private client based in the UK or overseas, may face.
On the residential side we advise on sales and purchases, funding and structuring for tax efficiency, leasehold enfranchisement, lease extension and residential lettings, with a special focus on prime and super prime London properties and substantial country houses. When it comes to your commercial property assets, we have the expertise to support you with sales and purchases and the full range of landlord and tenant issues.
We understand that each and every client is unique with specific objectives and priorities so we take the time to fully familiarise ourselves with these. We can then take you smoothly through the transaction, pre-empting and navigating any potential pitfalls and providing truly bespoke and pragmatic advice.
Please visit our price & service information page for more information regarding these services.
Top 10 Data Protection issues for property agents
Despite the introduction of the GDPR, data protection compliance doesn’t seem to have been the highest priority for property agents. However, agents would do well to undertake regular reviews of their policies and procedures, particularly if this has not been done since Brexit.
Home Ownership Attitudes and Aspirations
Home ownership remains the ultimate goal for ‘Generation Rent’ in London, yet with a growing market for rental ‘co-living’ schemes and a drop in the financial support available from Mum and Dad, it is no wonder that fewer 18-44 year olds now believe they will be buying a home in the next five years.
Find out more about our range of cost effective options for private rental sector landlords to remedy tenant breaches or re-take possession of their properties.
STAMP DUTY LAND TAX FOR NON-RESIDENT BUYERS
A helpful guide outlining the key aspects of the surcharge that was introduced on 1 April 2021.