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.
An enormous London mansion with stunning views of Regents Park has just gone up on the market—for a cool £185million.
When carrying out certain home improvement projects, it may be necessary to have to deal with party wall procedures, which can often prove to be a little confusing.
The recent release of the latest Residential Transactions report from HMRC contains details of the total number of completed property sales in June, read on to find out more.
If your next-door neighbour is undertaking house renovations that include a party wall, what do you need to know?
The Royal Institution of British Architects (RIBA) has slammed the UK government’s planned changes to permitted development rights, which are due to come into force in September.
The Nationwide has announced it is to lower the minimum deposit required from first-time buyers to 10 per cent from 20 July.