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Is It Time To Change Stamp Duty Thresholds?

March 18th, 2014 Comments off

I’m Laura Burkinshaw, the Legal Director of Dezrezlegal.  Over the last few years I have written various blog posts, some personal about my wedding and others topical to the market. Dezrezlegal started in April 2009, since then we have gone from strength to strength.  Some of you will know and love us, some of you have […]

Happy Christmas From Dezrez | Animated Christmas Card

December 16th, 2013 No comments

Merry Christmas from all the team at Dezrez. Click below to view our animated Christmas card

Christmas Is Coming And The Goose Is Getting Fat | Dezrez Legal

November 25th, 2013 No comments

Does the thought of Christmas strike fear into the hearts of conveyancers across the land? Christmas is coming and the goose is getting fat … this time of year strikes excitement and fear in equal measure into the hearts of Conveyancers across the land. The week prior to the holidays is traditionally one of our […]

More Kind Words From Dezrez Legal Clients

November 20th, 2013 No comments

It’s Always Nice To Receive Positive Feedback From Our Clients We found you all to be very efficient, helpful and pleasant, you deserve top marks. Thank you very much, very recommendable” Mr & Mrs C (East Sussex) 11 out of 10. Seriously though the service was excellent. We couldn’t fault you in anyway. Everyone was […]

New Starters At Dezrez | Stuart McArthur & Amy Zheng

November 12th, 2013 No comments

Dezrez Team Goes From Strength To Strength Stuart McArthur has joined us as Business Development Manager for DezrezLegal. Stuart has extensive experience in estate agency, sales and property law including running his own multi-branch agency. Stuart is responsible for working with a UK wide portfolio of estate agents, including account management of existing clients and […]

Help to Buy Scheme 2 – A conveyancers view

October 9th, 2013 No comments

In an unprecedented move the Government have decided to move the second phase of the Help To Buy Scheme forward by 3 months.  Understanding is that the first scheme specifically for new build properties has been such a big hit that they didn’t want the rest of the market to wait to get its much […]

Buyers supported with ‘buy to let’ schemes

July 2nd, 2013 No comments

Want to Move house but not sure you can afford it?  There is help out there Looking to buy a brand new house? The Government are now looking to expand who they can help with their Help To Buy Scheme Since April 2013 buyers can apply to obtain up to 20% as a loan from […]

Shared Ownership – What is it really?

July 2nd, 2013 No comments

With a lot of the news concentrating on promoting shared ownership, we thought it was time that we expelled some myths. Shared ownership doesn’t really mean that you share your house/flat with anyone, what it does mean is that someone is helping you out to be able to buy a property.   You can buy as […]

A Bit of Help for Existing Owners for a Change?

January 25th, 2013 No comments

      The Green Deal officially comes into being on the 28th January 2013 and has been bought into place by the Government as an incentive to help make existing homes more energy efficient.  Utility companies have been able to assess properties since October and you may therefore have come across these assessors already. […]

Changes in Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

January 7th, 2013 No comments

EPC, LOL, ARLA, ROFL- All abbreviations that you don’t understand?! Do you find all these abbreviations as confusing as I do? Whether it’s technical jargon or just simple social texting it’s sometimes easy to get lost in the letters. Really, the only abbreviation that you need to know is EPC- Energy Performance Certificates. Times are […]