Scotland’s Help to Buy scheme, which assists people to buy a new-build home without needing to provide a large deposit, is to be extended beyond 2019, the Scottish Government has announced.
Recent research has found that rising stock markets and increased property values have contributed significantly to personal wealth in recent years, which in turn has led to an expectation of substantial inheritances amongst many individuals.
The latest UK House Price Index has revealed that house prices across the UK as a whole increased by an average of 5.2% in the year to December 2017. The annual growth rate has apparently slowed since mid-2016 but has remained broadly around 5% during 2017.
The difficulties faced by first-time buyers in getting on the property market have been well documented, but new research has revealed that some young adults are now taking a less traditional route to achieve that important first rung on the ladder.
People retiring this year will be receiving a retirement income 10% higher than those who retired in 2017, according to new research by Prudential.
New research by Halifax has given an interesting insight into how knowledgeable the next generation of first time buyers are about the house buying process and how realistic they are about getting on the property ladder.
The emotional impact of divorce and separation is widely recognised and much has been written on the detrimental impact it can have on a family’s well-being.
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New analysis by Barclays Mortgages has revealed that while the national housing market shows signs of cooling, individual postcodes around the UK are bucking the trend and experiencing sharper house price growth.
Following our success at the Law Awards of Scotland several years ago, where we were named Scotland's Law Firm of the Year (under 40 fee earners), we are delighted to be nominated again in this year's Law Awards of Scotland.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) recently published statistics giving an interesting insight into the take up of civil partnership in England and Wales during 2016.
New research has revealed that more than 31 million adults (60%) in the UK still haven’t got round to writing a will.