Mishcon de Reya highlights the key points and policies from yesterday's Autumn Statement - noting that what wasn't announced is 'arguably more interesting and revealing' than what was in Jeremy Hunt's…
How to make sure your property project runs like a dream? It all comes down to getting it right at the start
Financial markets are currently forecasting interest rates of around 4
Mixed-use home-owners should ‘expect greater scrutiny from HMRC in all SDLT claims’, warns accountant
A pudding entrepreneur has landed a significant Stamp Duty bill after a 'misguided' attempt at a refund based on mixed-use rather than residential rates for a country home
Mishcon de Reya's Carly Clayton talks us through the benefits and pitfalls of exclusivity agreements in residential property deals.
Mishcon de Reya's team of legal experts talks us through some of the key policy announcements in last week's big fiscal event.
Since 2008, renovations and alterations to residential properties that have been empty for at least two years are eligible for a reduced VAT rate of 5%, writes Nick Cunningham of Stacks Property Search.
Following the White Paper for the Renters Reform Bill, and the proposed new rules for tenants being allowed to keep pets in rental properties, law firm Boyes Turner has had a look into the current position…
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Law Society flags "significant concerns as to the expectations which may be placed on solicitors to verify the accuracy of information put onto the Register of Overseas Entities."
Designed to "root out corrupt elites using UK property to launder their illicit wealth," the Register of Overseas Entities has officially launched, requiring more transparency for UK property transactions …
Property markets "tend to follow a predictable sequence in downturns," says Capital Economics - and the pattern has already started in the UK and USA.