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Buying a property with an agricultural tie

An attractive rural property for sale at less than the usual market price can seem like an unexpected bargain – until you find out it comes with an agricultural occupancy condition, more commonly... Read full article

Need a private water supply from a borehole?

If you are purchasing a property in a rural area, there may not be a public water supply available and you may need to access a private water supply, usually from a borehole. A borehole is a narrow,... Read full article

Exchanged contracts but the seller has died – what happens now?

Thankfully, this situation does not occur very often. However, it can lead to confusion for buyers when it does. Once contracts have been exchanged, there is a binding contract between the buyer and... Read full article

Is it a gift or a loan? When the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ helps out

According to recent reports, not all cases where parents lend their children money to buy homes are ending well with an increasing number ending up in court. The so-called ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’... Read full article

Home owners’ consumer group calls for regulation of ‘murky’ online property auction sector

Consumer group HomeOwners Alliance (HOA) says agents are securing increasing income from the use of online auctions – termed ‘the modern auction’ by online operators – but warns there... Read full article
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