To succeed at in investing in property it’s important, first and foremost, to avoid putting all your eggs in one basket. However tempting it may be, tying yourself to one strategy, or client could spell disaster. You must also persevere and you must adapt. As is true for all endeavours, slow and steady wins the […]
Pam O'Brien from Redbird Conveyancing
It is more than possible to buy property very quickly but there are risks in doing so. To manage to buy a property quickly you need to have everything in place before approaching your solicitor. This means having your finance in place, knowing who actually owns the property and getting the title from the Land […]
If your conveyancing solicitor is giving you lots of advice about your property investment, including investment advice or guidance on tax, then maybe they are not focussing so much on what they should be doing which is work around the legal title and ultimately the future marketability of that title. Property Expert Series: Pamela O’Brien […]
When it comes to purchasing a property the best advice for investors is to do as much in advance of putting in your offer as possible. This means you want your team together, have your finance in-place, your legal side covered. If you are fully prepared it is possible to complete on a property in […]
For conveyancers proptech is less about futuristic, revolutionary systems and more about the simplification of processes. As such it means things like electronic payments and centralised databases.
In conveyancing a First Charge is a legal interest in a property that has been registered with the Land Registry. A Second Charge does exactly the same thing but a Second Charge holder has fewer rights.