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It takes as long as it takes – transactions can only happen when all parties are ready. Setting unrealistic deadlines only makes the process more stressful.
All transactions are different and conveyancing law changes all the time. Don’t compare your move with others, and don’t worry – we’re always here to help.
Even if you’ve not heard from us for a while, there are still things happening behind the scenes. If you have any queries, or you would like an update, please call us – we’re here.
Setting up a home together should be a time of certainty. Make sure you both understand the rules with a Living Together Agreement.
Buying your first house is a big financial commitment. A Declaration of Trust protects both parties.
Legally, when you buy a property with a partner you can be joint tenants where you have equal rights to the whole property, or tenants in common where you own different shares of the property. There are consequences and considerations for both types of ownership so it's important to choose what is right for you.