Tackling unfair Practices in the Leasehold Market?
Many of us will have seen news stories recently about leasehold home-owners being unable to sell their homes due to excessive ground rents. As a result, some may be concerned about ever buying ... Read more
Government announces tax break for First Time BuyersIn a throwback to the period between 2010 and 2012, the Government has today re-introduced differential treatment between first-time buyers and those who have previously owned a residential property. It is noteworthy ... Read more
Renting Business Premises
Jamie Coates talks about what you should look for in article that was first published in Wimbledon Time & Leisure Magazine in August 2016.Setting up a business requires careful planning and it is usually best to focus on ... Read more
Special offer for First Time Buyers
For a limited time Ashworths are pleased to help First Time Buyers take their first steps on the home-owning ladder by paying for their standard conveyancing searches. This offer saves an average purchaser around ... Read more
Help to Buy - What happens when the “Bank of Mum and Dad” runs dry?
Even those sceptical about the effect of the various Help to Buy government initiatives would admit that they are surprised by the impact that the ... Read more
Increases to commercial property rates
The announcement in the budget that non-residential rates would rise from midnight caught most people unaware. There was never a particular reason for the disparity between the "slice" system for residential property and the "slab" ... Read more