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Improving the home buying, selling and conveyancing process

Improving the home buying, selling and conveyancing process

June 13th, 2018

The home buying and selling process in England and Wales is fundamentally flawed and has come under great scrutiny in the last year, however, this spotlight offers an unparalleled window of opportunity to radically improve the process. Ownership of land has its roots in the Anglo-Saxon system transformed by William the Conqueror after 1066, and many […]

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How to stop buyers pulling out of a deal

June 4th, 2018

The cost of a collapsed property sale has hit nearly £3,000, but what makes buyers pull out and can you stop it? One in five home sellers has seen the sale of their home collapseOn average, a sale falling through costs sellers a staggering £2,727 More than 300,000 property transactions collapse every year Moving house is […]

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One click and it’s sold!

May 31st, 2018

New platform allows ‘instant’ buy to let sales. A new online platform claims agents can now offer people a chance to buy a property with, literally, just one click of the mouse – automatically triggering the financing, purchasing, conveyancing and even the furnishing of the home. The arrangement involves putting the property into a company […]

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Broken property transactions cost sellers more than £400m a year

May 14th, 2018

Home sellers in the UK lose more than £400m in each year due to buyers ditching deals last minute, research revealed today, with 65 per cent of adults backing non-refundable deposits to commit both sides earlier in the process. The survey was conducted by HomeOwnersAlliance, and polling firm YouGov. It found that more than […]

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Gazeal announces brix partnership

April 30th, 2018

The new partnership will help first time buyers save for that illusive deposit through an innovative club card scheme. As the average age for first time buyers is now 31 – 33 in London – every new idea to save-up for the deposit which is now more than £112,000 in the capital is very welcome. […]

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Will voluntary reservations work if they are not given teeth?

April 26th, 2018

The Government’s reaction to its Call for Evidence into improving the home buying and selling process is commendable but will this impetus ever be put into practice? At least the (latest) new housing minister appears intent on establishing agreements between buyers and sellers – something that my own firm, Gazeal, was actually established to do. […]

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Will Reservation Agreements Prevent Buyers from being Gazumped?

April 23rd, 2018

Movements are being made by the Government to remove the possibility of gazumping by encouraging the agreement of a reservation. This call for voluntary reservation agreements has prompted more definite action from companies such as Gazeal, the property technology business. They have introduced a legally binding contract for buyers and sellers to sign at the […]

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Yes minister, a solution to gazumping already exists

April 17th, 2018

Tech firm claims its platform already offers a better version of the voluntary reservation agreements the government wants to introduce. A proptech firm has suggested that the government’s recent decision to stamp out gazumping with ‘voluntary reservation agreements’ is a significantly behind the digital curve. Gazeal says its service, which enables a vendor and buyer […]

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The Government wants to eradicate Gazumping by encouraging reservation agreements

April 16th, 2018

The solution is already here and working As the Government calls for voluntary reservation agreements to eradicate gazumping, a company which provides a legally binding contract between buyer and seller claims it has already achieved this for its clients and also dramatically expedited the house sale transaction process. Gazeal, a property technology (PropTech) business, has […]

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Government Has Announced ‘Professionalisation’ Of Estate Agents

April 16th, 2018

On Sunday, Housing Secretary Sajid Javid announced measures to professionalise the estate agency market which may have a significant impact on the conveyancing market and our readers. This announcement was made by way of a press release with further detail to follow but is the outcome of the consultation completed last year by the Ministry of […]

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