COVID-19 Update
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
In light of the current situation please be advised that we are now implementing our contingency plans as per the government guidelines as we may have to move to working from home. To assist us with this we are prioritising files so that the ones that have already exchanged with fixed completion dates will be dealt with first. This does mean that there may be a change from our usual service and you may find that it is a bit slower than normal. Can we please ask that you ensure that you use the following email address info@pdrpropertylaw.com as this will ensure every member of the team will see ..read more
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Did You See Us in Discovering Whittlesea Magazine?
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
It’s here! Discovering Whittlesea’s January 2020 Issue has officially hit stores everywhere and PDR Property Lawyers couldn’t be prouder to be featured in our community’s favourite magazine. Our conveyancing firm in Whittlesey, Peterborough earned a two-page spread on page 18 and used its platform to share advice on how to avoid conveyancing referral fees. Our founder and property expert, Michelle Rickard, shared how to avoid the pitfalls of conveyancing referral fees when looking to buy or sell so you can keep more money in your pocket. Read Michelle’s article online or in stores to see how y ..read more
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When Should You Put Your House on the Market?
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
If you are considering moving house, you may be wondering which month is the best month to sell your home. Based on research conducted by The Advisory, we can tell you! Read our blog to discover the perfect time to buy or sell a home and contact PDR Property Lawyers for affordable and efficient property conveyancing in Peterborough! According to The Advisory, the best time for your house to be listed online is any time between Monday at 5:00 a.m. and Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. It is worth noting that this is only the case during a ‘normal week’ and not during bank holidays. Looking to sell your hou ..read more
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We’ve Launched a Live Chat Service!
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
Here at PDR Property Lawyers, we know that buying or selling a home can be stressful. A house sale can constantly play on the mind, whether you’re commuting to work or picking up the kids from school. Very often the concerns you have can be dealt with over the phone with a conveyancing lawyer, but we realise that your schedule and environment may not always permit the time and space needed to make such a personal call. Luckily, we have an answer – PDR Property Lawyers’ Live Chat Service! PDR Property Lawyers is pleased to offer a convenient, quick and hassle free Live Chat Service for clients ..read more
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5 Tips To Help You Get On The Property Ladder
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
Getting on the property ladder and becoming a home buyer for the first time is reported to be harder than ever before. Property prices across the UK are soaring, which means people aged 20-30 years old are moving away from their hopes of becoming home buyers and staying with parents or making the most of rented properties instead. If you are keen to get your foot on the property ladder then you could consider some of the property schemes that are currently out there but you’ve got some other options too. We have put some tips together for you that will help; Prioritise Your Savings Try and sav ..read more
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Is the Stamp Duty Cut Making it More Expensive for First Time Buyers?
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
The stamp duty cut for first-time buyers was the big budget announcement that dominated the headlines recently, but what does it mean for you? This announcement and cut gave first-time buyers hope that they really could make their dreams of buying a property a reality. However, it seems that the stamp duty cut did not live up to their expectations for first-time buyers and below we have explained why. What is stamp duty and the cut? Stamp duty is a tax that is paid on any domestic property that is purchased over a certain price. The tax is paid to the government when the domestic property is b ..read more
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New Build Property Conveyancing – Warranties & Snagging
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
3y ago
Nearly every new home within the UK is sold with a 10 year warranty. This could be from NHBC, Premier Guarantee or another provider. Regardless of who the 10 year warranty comes from, it will be made up of three parts. In this blog post we would like to talk about the three parts of the new build property conveyancing, including warranties and snagging. Part One of the warranty covers any deposit paid on exchange of contracts. This guarantees your deposit if the builder was to become insolvent for example. Part Two of the warranty gives a limited guarantee from the builder for 2 years. This ..read more
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New Build Property Conveyancing Guide
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by admin
4y ago
When purchasing a new home there is a lot you need to consider. This is why we recommend that you work with professional property lawyers who can help you through the maze of new build property conveyancing. In this blog post we have listed some of the things that you need to consider when purchasing a new home; Planning Permission The local authority will set out conditions in the planning permission. These will be things that the local authority can enforce against you as the new owner. A copy of this planning permission will be sent to you for approval before the exchange of contracts. It i ..read more
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Property Conveyancing: Joint Ownership Guide
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by admin
4y ago
Joint Owners or Owners in Shares? When it comes to owning a property with a partner there are two different options. You can own the property jointly as ‘Joint Owners’. This is also known as ‘Joint Tenants’. Alternatively, you can own the property as ‘Owners in Shares’. This is also known as ‘Tenants in Common’. Realistically these legal terms have nothing to do with the leases or tenancy agreements. Instead, they are legal terms for the main two ways that you can jointly hold property with someone else. In this blog post, we look at the differences between Joint Owners and Owners in Share to ..read more
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Property Conveyancing Buyers Guide: Condition of the Property
PDR Property Lawyers
by admin
4y ago
We have created a buyer’s guide to property conveyancing in regards to the condition of the property. There is a lot to consider when it comes to the condition of the property in conveyancing. We hope this easy to follow guide will help you; Get It Checked When you are buying a property it is important to remember that it is your responsibility to ensure you’re satisfied with the condition of the property and the equipment included in the sale of the property. As the buyer, you need to ensure that the appropriate inspections, reports and surveys are all carried out on the property and the equi ..read more
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