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There are lots of things to think about and its important that you do things right.  Learn from others who have made mistakes so you don't have to make the same ones!  Access our Expert Panel to connect with our experts for free of charge advice.  

The fundamentals of property investing are the nuts and bolts of your business. Ensuring that you have a great team around you will help towards your success. 

Understanding the legal aspects of buying a property and having a great conveyancing solicitor in place is really important. Also having access to the right finance is the key to securing those great deals once you find them.

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Frequently Asked Conveyancing Questions

Discount Code - Convey With Me have supplied us with an exclusive discount code to get £50 off your legal fees.  Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive your discount code and we'll send it straight across to you.   Buying a property is one of the most significant milestones of your life; it is an exciting and important time for you, so it’s only natural that you may have a few questions about the process.  Here are a few of our commonly asked questions… What is conveyancing? Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one party (the seller) to another (the buyer).   How long does conveyancing take? At Convey With Me, we aim to complete the conveyancing process for our clients within six - eight weeks; this is a little quicker than average timescale which is usually take between eight and 12 weeks. However, conveyancing can take longer,...
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Essential safety responsibilities for landlords

  There are landlord responsibilities to ensure that the property in which your tenants are living in habitable and fit for purpose. This involves checking that you have obtained the correct insurance cover, and that you’ve created the appropriate paperwork to legalise proceedings, as well as holding the relevant safety certificates. It’s also your obligation to provide a home that’s secure and safe, meeting regulations laid out by the government and official bodies. Your tenants’ safety and comfort should be paramount, whether you’re a public sector homeowner, or a private landlord. Regardless of the size of your portfolio, your tenants have the same rights. Are you taking your responsibilities seriously? Essential safety If you’re a first time landlord and new to the game, or feel as though you may need a refresher or two, delve into the pointers below; while not exhaustive, they’ll nudge you in the right direction should you...
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Buying a Home in London: the Importance of Instructing Experienced Conveyancing Solicitors

You’ve nearly reached the summit: you’ve saved up just about enough money to buy your first house — and in London, too, despite all the odds. You can’t let your guard down, though, as there are a number of serious pitfalls which could stop you finally collecting your keys. The importance of instructing efficient conveyancing solicitors cannot be stressed enough in enabling you to buy your dream property in London. 1. Make your offer stand out from any others When it comes to buying in London, you might be competing with twenty or more other keen first-time buyers — or even experienced property investors, eager to add to their portfolios. You should, therefore, make your offer the most attractive to the vendor. Make it clear that, should they choose your bid, they’ll have a fast sale and there’s a mortgage in place for the completion. The best way to do...
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Energy Performance Certificates

Energy Performance Certificates have been introduced to help the Energy Efficiency of a building, from 1st October 2008 when a building is constructed, sold or rented an EPC is required.  Of course we all want our properties to be as efficient as possible. By April 2018, it will be illegal to rent out a property with an F or a G Energy Performance Certificate rating. Two years after that in 2020, the minimum requirement of an E or above rated property will apply to both new and existing lets and by 2025 all rental properties will have to have a rating of D or above. By 2030, the government have set the target that all rental properties have to be at least a C energy efficiency rating. Energy Performance An EPC provides a summary of the Energy Performance Certificates of the property in relation to construction, heating and hot water. An EPC...
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Five reasons why Brexit has triggered 50% surge in mortgage enquiries

  Mortgage enquiries from overseas buyers are up 50 per cent since the Brexit decision, reports the mortgages division of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations. deVere Mortgages, part of deVere Group, which specialises in UK mortgages for expats and overseas buyers, primarily from the Middle East, Europe and Far East, affirms the uptick is a direct result of the outcome.Mike Coady, Managing Director of deVere Mortgages, comments: “We have experienced an almost 50 per cent increase in mortgage enquiries from British expats and overseas buyers since the result of the historic referendum that will see Britain leaving the European Union.  “We can attribute this significant surge in demand primarily to five key motivators.”He continues: “First, UK property has long been – and remains – highly in demand by those who reside overseas.  This is because of the ongoing fundamental strengths of British residential property investments.  But...
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