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Inherited homes and the taxes you may need to pay

By Webdadi Ltd published on 06/07/2018  

Inheritance TaxIf you find yourself the owner of a property that you’ve inherited, you may have to pay inheritance tax. Inheritance tax is payable if you inherit an estate that’s worth more than £325,000. Or, £450,000 if the house was left to children or grand-children.This doesn’t apply to property left to a husband, wife or civil partner. It only applies if you are Tags: Inheritance, Tax, Property
Are you a first-time buyer? Are you hunting for your first property and excited to be getting on to the property ladder?If you are then you’ll know about the importance of working out your budget and sticking to it. It’s not just the price of the property you want you need to take into consideration. You’ll need to budget for other costs too. Here’s a short list of some of Tags: Estate Agents, Buying, Property, Fees

What is the Property Ombudsman Scheme?

By Webdadi published on 22/05/2018  

The property ombudsman was set up in 1990. Its aim is to provide a free, impartial and independent service. This is for estate agents and their customers.Estate agents, as members must adhere to the codes of practice set out by the scheme. This means that staff of a member agency are trained to develop knowledge of the codes of practice. As a result, they provide a high standard of customer care.T Tags: Property, Ombudsman, Estate Agents, Regulations, Independent

Signing Your Mortgage Deed Digitally

By published on 10/04/2018  

The H.M. Land Registry has just announced that the first digital mortgage deed has now been signed. The mortgage was for a house in Rotherhithe, East London.This is part of the new digital service that the H.M. Land Registry is rolling out in the near future. A spokesman for the Land Registry said that the aim was to become “the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and a Tags: Mortgage, Deed, Digital, Property

8 Steps to Buying a Property

By Webdadi Ltd published on 28/03/2018  

Once you have decided to buy a home there are a number of steps you need to take from start to finish. Read on and see what you can expect.Getting Your MortgageIt’s a good idea before you begin to look for a property to get a mortgage agreed in principle. This means you can go ahead with any negotiations confidently and you know exactly how much you’ve got to spend. When you’ve d Tags: Buying, Property

Looking to Invest in Property?

By Datography Ltd published on 14/09/2017  

If you’re looking to invest your money in property that you want to see go up in value, then choose a house or flat in an up and coming area. Buy before prices rise and watch your investment grow as the area becomes more desirable.Sounds like a good plan? So how do you find an up and coming area? Well…by looking for the signs.Transport LinksIf the area already has good transport links Tags: Invest, Property, Transport, Business, Rejuvenation, Schools
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