You may already be aware of Japanese Knotweed, but did you know that this weed can cause serious damage to land and property
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It is becoming more and more common for parents (and sometimes other family members) to give a helping hand to their loved ones, to get them onto the property ladder
The Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Act 2022 is welcome news for leaseholders and those purchasing leasehold properties.
It is positive news for buyers following the Government’s budget announcement.
It may seem like many months away, but the current Stamp Duty Land Tax concession is due to expire on 31st March 2021, which will arrive quicker than you think.
Maxwell Hodge Solicitors are delighted to announce the appointment of Lisa Neary as their new Leader of the Property Team.
Lisa joined the company in October 2015. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, having qualified in October 2008.
Lisa is based at both Huyton and Woolton offices. She has 18 years’ experience and specialises in all aspects of residential conveyancing, dealing with clients across the Huyton, Woolton and Kirkby branches of Maxwell Hodge.
On her appointment, Lisa said “I am very pleased and excited to be leading the property team. Here at Maxwell Hodge we have a hardworking and dedicated team, who strive to provide the best for all our clients, both existing and new. I am looking forward to helping develop the team and continue the excellent work which it currently provides.”
Simon Leyland, CEO of Maxwell Hodge said “I am delighted that Lisa is now the Leader of our Property Team. She has proven to be a vital member of the Maxwell Hodge family, and an inspiration to her colleagues during this very challenging time.”
Denise Scoular, Director at Maxwell Hodge said “Lisa’s appointment is well deserved. She is hard working and has worked tirelessly and is dedicated to providing a quality service to all Maxwell Hodge clients.”
We often get asked by clients about personal guarantees in business. They usually want to know if it will help their business get credit and what it means to be a guarantor. Some businesses cannot get loans or credit without a guarantor. So, what does this mean for your business or you personally?
From a purely property perspective, the 2017 Budget was hardly ground breaking and criticism would not be unfair when applied to the Budget as a whole. Changes that could affect the residential housing market were in truth few and far between.