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March 9, 2021 | by Robert Meredith

Last year, the UK government launched a temporary ‘Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday’ on house purchases up to £500,000 in England and Northern Ireland. Last week the UK Chancellor announced that this ‘holiday’ will be extended for a period of 3...

July 28, 2020 | by Giles Tyas

The Conveyancing system is full of legal jargon. This series of blogs aims to help you understand some of the key terminology used on a day-to-day basis when buying and selling property. Questions around ‘Searches’ are frequently raised in the...

July 10, 2020 | by Robert Meredith

The UK Chancellor has this week introduced a landmark ‘Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday’ on house purchases up to £500,000 in England and Northern Ireland until 31st March 2021. The new rules aim to help buyers who may have struggled...

May 8, 2019 | by Giles Tyas

The Conveyancing system is full of legal jargon (even the word Conveyancing doesn’t come up often in day-to-day life for most of us). We wanted to write a series of blogs to help our clients understand some of the key...

April 24, 2019 | by Giles Tyas

With rising house prices, Ellis-Fermor & Negus have been helping many individuals invest in properties as buy-to-let landlords. The Derbyshire region, with its award-winning towns and spectacular surroundings, is attracting many who want to make their home here. Giles Tyas...

April 10, 2019 | by Kevin Allard

There is increased uncertainty surrounding HS2 with the prospect that Theresa May could be replaced by a prime minister opposed to the scheme. How best to respond to this will vary depending on how close your house is to the...

March 11, 2019 | by Beatrice Lowry

The Proposed Line The first phase of the proposed High Speed Rail is underway and maps northward from London to Birmingham. The second phase will link London and Birmingham to Manchester, the East Midlands and Leeds. The construction of HS2...