Residential and Investment Property
The legal term that describes the transfer of the legal title from one party (the seller) to another party (the purchaser) is known as conveyancing. We provide advice on all areas of conveyancing from first time buyer purchases, refinancing, selling, letting to commercial investor arrangements. For first time buyers we offer an excellent value for money service with a special reduction to take into account tight budgets.
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Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and any mistakes can have major consequences for you and your family. What may seem to be a simple straightforward purchase can go badly off the rails unless it is properly planned.
Selling a home is a large and complex transaction. What may seem to you to be a simple straightforward sale can go badly off the rails unless it is properly planned.
Each time the ownership of a property changes, a new deed of title is drawn up to record the change. The Property Registration Authority is responsible for two systems for recording property transactions.
Stamp duty is payable on the transfer of property. Budget 2018 changed the rules on stamp duty.
Details of the different options including Private treaty, Public auction or Estate agent
If you are buying a home, you will probably have to take out a mortgage, which is a long-term loan to finance a property purchase.
Information about the tax implications and rules you may need to follow if you are renting your property or a room in your property to visitors for short-term lets.
Rent-a-room relief makes it possible to earn tax-free rental income when you rent out a room in your home to private tenants.
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