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Sharing Your Home With Someone
Thinking about asking a friend or family member to move in isn’t a rare thing these days. Sharing your home with someone who contributes to the mortgage and running costs often makes a real difference. But personal circumstances vary, and the motivation behind making the decision is rarely straightforward. So, it’s a good idea to…continue reading
Should We Sign the House Over to The Kids?
It’s a question we’re often asked. Should we sign over our house to the kids? Or put it into a trust? Whatever your circumstances are, your home is probably your biggest asset, so consider the implications very carefully. Signing over your house isn’t risk-free. And there are plenty of misconceptions about the heavily promoted so-called…continue reading
The Leasehold Reform Bill – Is It Farewell to Ground Rents?
The government introduced the first part of the long-awaited series of reforms to leasehold property law (in England and Wales) in the Queen’s Speech last month. The draft Bill, known as the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill, is designed to end the inconsistency surrounding the charging of ground rents to leaseholders of flats and houses.…continue reading