Your home will often be the most valuable asset you own, and you will take care to leave doors and windows secure against intruders when leaving for the day or a longer absence. However, when did you last consider how secure your property ownership is against fraudsters seeking financial gain at your expense?
In this blog article, senior solicitor, Alison Elwess, takes a look at how you can protect yourself against property fraud.
In the Chancellor's autumn statement it was announced that a new stamp duty surcharge of 3% would be introduced for anyone purchasing an additional residential property from the 1 April 2016. In his blog post, partner, Ed Atkin takes a look at what this means to anyone considering buying another residential property.