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Leasehold: a ticking time bomb?
Property lawyer Rob Mason investigates the problems with leasehold ownership of residential properties in the UK.
By Rob Mason on Friday 27th April 2018
Stamp Duty Land Tax for first time buyers: the changes
Head of Burnetts Residential Conveyancing team, Kathryn Hill, explains the new Government changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax for first time buyers.
By Kathryn Hill on Wednesday 7th February 2018
All I want for Christmas is…my own front door
Kathryn Dean explains the options for buying or renting an affordable home.
By Kathryn Dean on Tuesday 19th December 2017
Meet the Estate Agent: Gayle Greer, Wilkes-Green and Hill
Burnetts speaks to Gayle Greer from Wilkes-Green and Hill to discover the question buyers always ask and to find out more about Gayle’s career as an estate agent.
By Christina Foster on Friday 27th October 2017
Meet the Estate Agent: Nick Miller, Eden Estate Agents
Burnetts' conveyancing team speaks to Nick Miller from Eden Estate Agents in Penrith, where he gives a background to the company and his top tips for home buyers and sellers.
By Christina Foster on Sunday 15th October 2017
What are Conveyancing Searches?
Conveyancing Assistant, Alice Ghorst, explains Conveyancing Searches and their importance when buying a property.
By Alice Ghorst on Monday 12th June 2017
The Conveyancing process - What goes on behind the scenes?
Conveyancer Lynette Sharp explains the steps taken during the Conveyancing process when buying or selling a house and explains why delays can occur.
By Lynette Sharp on Thursday 1st June 2017