Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Meet the Property Team – A Q&A session with Alison Treble

On Friday 15th November we will be celebrating Bath’s dynamic property sector at the second annual Bath Property Awards, of which we are proud to be the headline sponsor. Property is important to us. From residential to commercial, from lease negotiations to first time buyers, our teams at Mogers Drewett have a wide variety of…

Meet our Property Team – A Q&A session with Richard Pike

On Friday 15th November we will be celebrating Bath’s dynamic property sector at the second annual Bath Property Awards, of which we are proud to be the headline sponsor. Property is important to us. From residential to commercial, from lease negotiations to first time buyers, our teams at Mogers Drewett have a wide variety of complementing…

Meet our Property Team – A Q&A session with Rebecca Cobbs

On Friday 15th November we will be celebrating Bath’s dynamic property sector at the second annual Bath Property Awards, of which we are proud to be the headline sponsor. Property is important to us. From residential to commercial, from lease negotiations to first time buyers, our teams at Mogers Drewett have a wide variety of complementing…

Meet our Property Team – A Q&A session with Emma Page

On Friday 15th November we will be celebrating Bath’s dynamic property sector at the second annual Bath Property Awards, of which we are proud to be the headline sponsor. Property is important to us. From residential to commercial, from lease negotiations to first time buyers, our teams at Mogers Drewett have a wide variety of…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing – What should I consider when obtaining quotes for conveyancing?

In this last mini blog in this series of FAQs about Residential Conveyancing, Natalie Howell, Chartered Legal Executive in our Sherborne office, explains what to look out for when obtaining quotes for conveyancing services. With so many legal firms offering such a wide range of fees it is often difficult to know who to choose and…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing – Should I instruct the services of a surveyor?

In the 6th mini blog in this series of FAQs about Residential Conveyancing, Margaret Goddard, Chartered Legal Executive in our Sherborne office, explains why it’s recommended to instruct a surveyor. If you are planning to buy a property, then I would consider it absolutely essential that you get a survey before you exchange contracts. The…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing – How do I secure mortgage finance and how much can I borrow?

In this 5th mini blog from the Mogers Drewett Residential Conveyancing team, Giles Griffiths answers questions about obtaining a mortgage. What is a mortgage? A mortgage is a loan which is secured against your property.  If you do not keep up the repayments, the lender can repossess your property and sell it to get their…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing: I’m buying a house with my partner. How do I protect my investment?

In the fourth mini blog in the series of FAQs about Residential Conveyancing, Jessica Castella, Solicitor in our Bath office, explains how best to protect your investment when buying property with a partner. The fastest growing family type is the cohabiting couple. Now, more than ever, couples are deciding to live together before they get…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing: What is the Help to Buy Equity Loan and am I eligible?

In the third mini blog in this series of FAQs about Residential Conveyancing, Debra Morley, Associate Chartered Legal Executive in our Wells office, answers questions about the Help to Buy Equity Loan. What is it? The Help to Buy Equity Loan is a Government scheme which helps first time buyers and existing homeowners buy newly built homes…

FAQs About Residential Conveyancing: I am thinking about buying my first home.  What do I need to do next?

In the second mini blog in this series of FAQs about Residential Conveyancing, Debra Morley, Associate Chartered Legal Executive in our Wells office, explains what to think about when you are a first time buyer. Maybe you have found a property, been saving your deposit or are simply ready to search the market for the…