Residential Property


30th September 2020

A New Model of Shared Ownership – What are the changes?

The Government has recently announced New Model Shared Ownership. There is a lot of detail still awaited, but what do we know so far, and how does it…

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22nd July 2020

Independent witness

In certain circumstances, a signature to a deed must be attested by a witness and we often get asked “why?” and “who can be the witness?”. There are…

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24th June 2020

COVID-19: How does the house buying and selling process now differ

1.With consideration of the current circumstances surrounding coronavirus, how does the house buying and selling process now differ? With the restrictions being lifted, the housing market has started…

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8th June 2020

Ellisons Solicitors provides reassurance on impact of COVID-19 on housing market

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic upon society has been unavoidable in recent months. All aspects of our lives have been affected and no sector has been left…

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9th April 2020

Ellisons Solicitors bolsters its Residential Property team in Ipswich

Ellisons Solicitors continues to invest in its team’s expertise, bolstering its residential property team in Ipswich with the appointment of Carly Callaghan. Carly joins the team as an…

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1st April 2020

Ellisons Solicitors announces merger with Blocks Solicitors

Ellisons Solicitors is pleased to be announcing a merger with Ipswich-based law firm, Blocks Solicitors. The merger which came into effect on 1st April 2020, will see Ellisons…

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9th March 2020

Buying or selling a property? Your conveyancing myths busted.

We know how difficult it can be when you are buying or selling a house and we are here to help. The conveyancing process can be full of…

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16th September 2019

Shared Ownership – The new model

The Government have announced plans for a new model of shared ownership housing, focusing on three key areas for improvement, but what does this mean for housing associations…

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7th August 2019

The Rise and Fall of Gazumping

What is Gazumping? Gazumping causes distress and misery to buyers involved in property transactions. Simply put, gazumping is when one buyer makes a verbal offer on a property,…

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1st August 2019

10 Reasons Why Leasehold Conveyancing Takes Longer Than Freehold

1. Your Conveyancer needs to read the lease The lease is an important and complex document that has to be checked on behalf of a Buyer. If a…

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