Although property chains are very common in the house-buying process, they can often be frustratingly slow. However, the worst-case scenario is when the property chain collapses or breaks down completely. This results in the seller (and potentially the buyer) having to return to “square one” in terms of the entire transaction. This can cause problems; particularly for those who are looking to sell their home or flat quickly. Let’s look at some of the main causes of a property chain collapse as well as some potential remedies.
Are you a landlord or owner of buy-to-let-properties? Whether you’re an experienced buy-to-let property investor, or are dabbling to see if it’s a business that could suit you, what would you do if you found yourself in a situation where you need to quickly sell your buy-to-let properties? It’s a tricky situation and one that can be stressful to deal with, as property isn’t always quick to sell. The good news is we’ve got the perfect solution for you, so read on to find out more.
Inheriting a property from someone who’s died may sound like a dream come true, but in reality it can often be a complicated process to go through. We take a look at what’s involved with property inheritance and explain the jargon involved.
If you’ve been offered the chance to part-exchange your home, is it likely to be the right move for you and does it typically offer a good deal? We take a look at the pros and cons of part-exchanging properties and the issues you need to be aware of.
If you’ve been debating selling your London property, but are still on the fence about it, there are some good reasons why it’s worth opting to do so in 2019. In this post, we highlight the issues affecting the property market and why it could be a good idea to sell your London property this year.
If you own a flat with a short leasehold, or are considering buying one, is it a good move? We take a look at some of the key issues surrounding short leasehold flats and whether owning one could be problematic.
The process of emigrating to live in a new country often tends to throw a few problems and stresses your way. As anyone who’s moved house knows, the path of buying and selling property can be thwart with issues – and it’s even more so when you’re moving to a completely new country. If you’re having nightmares with your emigration plans, here are some ideas for ways to solve them.
The repossession of property isn’t the cheeriest of topics to think about, but it is important to be aware of the facts when it comes to repossessed property. If you own property and don’t keep up with your mortgage payments, repossession is a real threat.