If you are finding party wall agreements a headache at your property, spare a thought for the owner of a former garage that has been converted into a family home.
In the current coronavirus climate it’s important to keep an eye on the impact on the property market, and The Guardian has recently reported that UK house prices have jumped at the fastest rate in four years.
Here’s our guide to how lockdown 2.0 will affect the housing market.
Recent reports suggest that the UK housing market is continuing to recover quickly after coronavirus restrictions on viewings were lifted.
In order to help prevent and resolve disputes relating to construction work near neighbouring buildings, the Party Wall etc Act 1996 was introduced, meaning that any building owner looking to start work covered under the Act must give their adjoining owners notice of their intentions.
In 2020, landlord’s profits have been hit hard by changes to tax laws and the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Buying a house can be a long process, with everything from arranging a mortgage, choosing a house, hoping your offer will be accepted, all the way to moving and setting up your new home.
The latest survey conducted by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has found that many professionals within the property surveying sector in the UK continue to work from home.
We wanted to look at five useful tips for the adjoining owner of a party wall to follow before, during and after any party wall procedures.
Although organising a mortgage is certainly one of the most important aspects of buying a home, there are many other elements to consider.