Tag: Property Explainers
Airey Houses – What are they and should I buy one?
Airey Houses are named after the builder Sir Edwin Airey (of Leeds), and were constructed during the post-war period across the UK.
What happens when a leasehold expires?
Do you already own a leasehold property or are you thinking about buying one? You might be wondering what happens when the leasehold expires on a property.
What Are Timber Frame Houses?
Timber frame houses are a non-standard method of house construction that quite literally, have timber frames. As with all methods of non-standard construction, timber frame houses often come with a...
Do I Pay Stamp Duty on Inherited Property?
Inheriting a property comes with many questions. Do I need to pay stamp duty on an inherited property?
How Long to Receive Funds After a House Sale?
One of the first questions people ask when it comes to selling a house is: “when do I get the money?”. At times it can feel like the conveyancing process...
BISF Houses – The Complete Guide
We’ve mentioned before but whilst it’s not impossible to get a mortgage on a BISF property, it is more difficult.
How to Sell Your House at Auction
So you've decided to sell your house but think that the open market may not be for you? Selling your house at auction is a common way to achieve a...
Gazundering – What Is It and How to Avoid It?
Whether you’re buying or selling a house, chances are you’ve heard of the term ‘gazumping’ at some stage. But have you heard of its antonym, gazundering?