Tag: buying a property

Sensel Hussein

Sensel studied law at London Southbank University and graduated in 2009. She completed the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law (now the University of Law) in London in 2010 and completed her training contract with Robert Callen Solicitors. She was admitted as a solicitor in 2014. She has spent the past 5 years …

Buying or Selling a Property

Sherrards has built its residential property team to meet the differing needs of developers, investors, purchasers and sellers. Buying or selling property is a business but it is a very personal one, whether you are an experienced investor or first-time buyer. We balance the commercial, legal and individual needs of all those involved to ensure …

Lease Extensions, Enfranchisement & Variations

Lease Extensions, Enfranchisement & Variations. Lease Extensions Provided you have a lease of originally 21 years or more in length, you are entitled to extend the term by 90 years on top of the remaining term at the date of your claim.  You must have owned the leasehold interest for at least two years before …

New-build Property Purchases

Purchasing a new-build property is typically more complex compared to an existing property. Timescales for exchanging contracts are tighter, stamp duty rules may differ, and a purchase commitment may be required prior to the build. You need lawyers experienced in this area of law, to ensure you gain full legal ownership of your new home; …

Residential Development

Our residential development sales team are experts in the field. We have a reputation for our multi-faceted ability to deal with site acquisition, site assembly, development issues, mixed use schemes, site set up and large-scale plots sales.  Putting it simply, we can assist with the whole transaction, from beginning to end, regularly acting for developers …

Residential Property Sales & Purchases

Buying or selling a property is one of the biggest decisions most people will make. It can be both an exciting and stressful time but our legal experts strive to remove the burden of the buying or selling process from you. Click here to download our Moving House Checklist & Guide. We cover all aspects including …

Preventing Property Fraud – you CAN help yourselves

Residential property owners open themselves up to property fraud particularly when leaving properties empty in circumstances such as void periods between tenancies; living overseas for part of the year; carrying out building works; parents moving to residential homes; and whilst waiting for grant of probate. Unsurprisingly, properties are also at risk when they are tenanted, …