What is the difference between freehold and leasehold, and how will it affect you when buying a property?
Most people will only purchase a handful of properties in their lifetime, so it’s not difficult to understand why the conveyancing process (the legal term for the process of a house changing ownership) is one that few people are overly familiar with.
If you’re struggling to afford your mortgage, you may have considered a sale and rent back scheme. Under this sort of scheme, a property would be sold to a property investor and then be rented back to the former owner.
Title deeds are an important part of any property sale or purchase. Without them, you are unable to evidence a change of ownership. This guide will help you to understand exactly what title deeds are and the role they play in a property sale.
If you have debt that you’re struggling to repay and are thinking through your options, you may consider selling your property to pay of your debt, but is that a wise move?
Nobody wants to have their home repossessed, but it may still be possible to stop it if you act quickly. This simple guide explains how to stop house repossession, no matter what stage of the process you’re at.
Looking to sell a rental property? Whatever your personal circumstances, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about selling a rental property.
If you’re planning to buy a new home and have an existing property to sell, you might be interested in developer-run schemes to part exchange your house. Property part exchange can offer a quick and convenient house sale, but there are often several eligibility restrictions . This guide will explain how property part exchange works and help you decide whether it could be the right option for you.
According to retirement property company McCarthy & Stone, around half of homeowners aged 65-plus are interested in downsizing their house. This useful guide will look at the benefits of property downsizing and give you the opportunity to consider whether it might be the right option for you.