Renting a single property out to multiple tenants can seem like an attractive option for landlords as a way of creating more stability with rental income; having one room empty across seasonal changes in demand is better than having a whole house empty. While house-sharing may bring back memories of being in university, the appeal to cohabitate is there for a growing number of people aged over 35.
In May 2019 the government produced a 20 page 'How to Buy Guide' for people purchasing a property in England and Wales. It sets out a number of key categories purchasers like you should consider before choosing a conveyancer or conveyancing solicitor to help you get the best service. Here at QualitySolicitors Lockings, we are eager to show you why following the new government guide means you should pick us for your purchase. Take a look below to see what the guide says and how we compare.
Throughout the month of March, QualitySolicitors Lockings is offering Wills at no cost* to people aged 55 and over as part of an award-winning Will Scheme partnership with Barnardo’s.
The exclusive partnership means those who do not already have one in place can have a simple Will professionally written that captures everything from final wishes to basic inheritance and tax planning, at no cost to them.
Hull and Beverley based law firm QualitySolicitors Lockings is proud to announce they were highly commended at the LFS Conveyancing Awards last night. The Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year award for the North East and Yorkshire recognises outstanding achievements from local teams servicing the local community. Only four firms from each of the six regions were on the shortlist.