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What are the prospects for the Bath property market in 2021?

What will be the impact from Lockdown 2.0 & increased home working? How will the Stamp Duty holiday affect valuations & transactions before it closes in March? Listen to our experts Alison Treble & Patrick Brady discussing all things property, in our latest Bath Life Business Surgery  

COVID-19 UPDATE FOR MOGERS DREWETT CLIENTS

Following the Government’s announcement regarding a second National lockdown commencing Thursday 5th November, we want to reassure our clients and professional partners that it remains business as usual for everyone at Mogers Drewett. Our absolute number one priority is the safety of both our clients and staff and following a comprehensive review of our Covid…

Mogers Drewett makes key investment in its Residential Property team

South-West based law firm Mogers Drewett announces the appointment of Patrick Brady as Business Development Manager, working within our residential property team. Patrick is currently a Director and Head of Residential Sales at Savills’ Salisbury office and joins with nearly 20 years’ experience and knowledge of the residential property market across Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire and…

Buying residential property – Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)

In the third of our series of articles about buying property in England, Residential Property Partner, Alison Treble explains your Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) liability both now while the nil rate band has been temporarily increased and after March 2021 when the stamp duty holiday ends. What is Stamp Duty Land Tax? (SDLT) Stamp…

Buying residential property – The process explained

In the second of our series of articles about buying property in England, Residential Property Partner, Alison Treble explains the process from start to end of purchasing a home. Purchasing property, whether freehold or leasehold will involve two main stages – Exchange of Contracts and Completion. On average the process of purchasing a property takes…

Buying residential property – Freehold & Leasehold explained

In the first of our series of articles about buying property in England, Residential Property Partner, Alison Treble explains the difference between freehold and leasehold and the implications for buyers. The term ‘conveyancing’ refers to the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from one party to another. There are two common forms…

Welcome back to our offices

As we welcome clients back into our offices we understand that after a few months at home this might be a little daunting. Our ‘What to expect’ video, we hope, will answer any questions you may have and help put your mind at rest that your safety and that of our teams is our priority….

What does the stamp duty holiday mean for you?

  The chancellor last week announced a temporary holiday on stamp duty on the first £500,000 of all property sales in England and Northern Ireland. The tax threshold has been temporarily raised until 31 March 2021 to boost the property market and help buyers struggling because of the coronavirus crisis. Residential Property Partner, Alison Treble…

How will Covid-19 change the property industry?

  As today sees the housing market in England begin to reopen after seven weeks of lockdown, Residential Property Partner Alison Treble considers what life might look like on the other side of the pandemic for the property industry. A move to the country The acceptability of home working has undoubtedly been accelerated as a…

Preparing your house for sale

As the housing market in England is open and ready for business, we need the estimated half a million people who were looking to move prior to the crisis to start making plans to enable the industry to recover quickly. Residential Partner, Alison Treble discusses what you need in place to be ready to move:…