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    News Category: Conveyancing

    • 8 February 2021

      Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme

      The Government has released a new incentive for First Time Buyers, being hailed as Help to Buy 2.0. They are designed to make it more affordable for people to own their own homes. Read more

    • 18 January 2021

      Advice for house hunters: Q&A

      The coronavirus pandemic hit the housing marketing hard when we entered the first Lockdown in March 2020, with buyers and sellers told to stall purchases. Read more

    • 8 January 2021

      Moving home during the Coronavirus Pandemic

      In this extremely fast-moving situation, we would like to reassure our clients who are in the process of buying or selling their homes, that property transactions will go ahead as normal, under covid-19 guidelines. Read more

    • 16 November 2020

      Christina Hartley-Hengist joins the Steeles Law Residential Property team.

      Steeles Law is delighted to introduce Christina Hartley-Hengist as their new Residential Property Solicitor. Christina, known to her colleagues and clients as Chrissie, joins Steeles from a well-established regional law firm. Read more

    • 16 June 2020

      House sales and coronavirus Q&A

      Michael Fahy and Donna Williams answers questions on the effect the coronavirus pandemic has had on house sales and what we can expect the ‘new normal’ to be post lockdown for the property market. Read more

    • 19 May 2020

      Unregistered title to property

      Director and Property Solicitor Michael Fahy reviews the advantages and disadvantages of owning a property to which the title is unregistered. Read more

    • 25 July 2018

      Knot in my back yard

      Japanese knotweed, the invasive plant which is notoriously difficult to remove, has been the subject of a recent Court of Appeal decision. Read more

    • 18 October 2017

      Equity Release – Using your home to generate income

      Equity release is a way of releasing some of the money, or equity, in your home without the need to sell the property. There are two types of equity release, which are the lifetime mortgage and the home reversion. This article will concentrate on lifetime mortgages, which are the more common type of equity release. Read more

    • 6 November 2015

      Sound the alarm!

      Following on from a previous article detailing Landlord's responsibilities in connection with health and safety, with effect from 1st October 2015, the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Regulations 2015 are in force. Read more

    • 28 October 2015

      Residential Landlords take note: important changes to Section 21 notices from 1 October 2015

      A number of significant changes to the s.21 Housing Act 1988 regime for ending an assured shorthold tenancy (AST) will be coming into effect from the beginning of October. Read more