Residential Property

24th June 2019

A Guide To Selling Your Home | Conveyancing

Selling your home is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. Once you have made that choice to sell your home, there is…

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3rd May 2019

Buying a Property

Buying a property is more than likely the most significant purchase you’ll make in your lifetime. On average, we Brits spend 20-90 days finding the perfect home. Inevitably,…

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8th April 2019

Essex Property Conference

The annual Essex Property Conference, hosted jointly by Ellisons Solicitors, estate agents and chartered surveyors Fenn Wright and accountants BDO LLP, took place at the JobServe Community Stadium…

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30th April 2018

10th Annual Essex Property Conference Highlights ‘Cautious Optimism’ for Region’s Property Market

More than half (54%) of delegates plan to acquire property in the next 12 months A new poll of property owners and professionals undertaken at this year’s annual…

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1st June 2017

Ellisons Solicitors secures Law Society’s conveyancing quality mark

ELLISONS has once again secured membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process. The firm, with offices in…

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8th May 2017

Letting Agent Fees

The Department for Communities and Local Government has published a consultation to seek views on its plans to implement a ban on letting agent fees paid by tenants.…

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First time buyer incentive!

We are pleased to be able to offer first time buyers a 50 voucher upon completion of their purchase. Further details below, terms and conditions apply. This offer…

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2nd May 2017

Mortgage Rates Hit Record Low

It would appear that the tightening of the government of buy to let, especially, the introduction of the higher rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax are having an…

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22nd March 2017

The trials of Japanese knotweed

Japanese knotweed is notorious for causing physical damage to properties. The destructive plant is also strong enough to cause financial damage to properties. You could also be fined…

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17th February 2017

Landlord v Tentant: What is a reasonable charge for repairs and improvements?

In the case of Waaler v Hounslow LBC [2017] the Court of Appeal considered the landlord's ability to recover the cost of improvements under the Landlord and Tenant…

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