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Conveyancing is a term you might have come across in your preparation to sell or buy a property. It’s one of those phrases that people hear and rarely question, but what is it and why do you need it? What is Conveyancing? When the ownership of property transfers from one person to another, conveyancing is…

The simplest way to understand remortgaging is to think of a mortgage as a product. When you initially took out your mortgage you agreed to a set of terms, rates and values that form the product. Remortgaging a home means swapping your initial mortgage product for a different one with different terms. Remortgaging can be…

Buying a home for the first time – or even the second or third – is a thrilling, and sometimes daunting, prospect. Navigating the mortgage and purchase process can take time and a little know-how. Having the right team for each stage of buying a house can make the process run much smoother. Knowing who…

The process of buying a house takes time and plenty of paperwork. But, once everything is signed and you have the keys in hand, the sense of achievement outways all the hard work. After you’ve bought your house comes the exciting next steps; moving in, buying furniture, decorating and making it a home. There are…

An injury in any situation is painful and inconvenient at best. Add in the loss of earnings, medical expenses, emotional strain and health repercussions and an injury becomes life-changing. When you suffer an injury because of someone else’s negligence it can be difficult to establish where you stand legally. Making a personal injury claim in…

Following the death of a loved one, their property must be organised. The property and belongings of a deceased person are referred to as their estate. Who that responsibility falls on depends on whether the deceased left behind a will. Administering an estate includes managing the bank accounts, any property, personal property, vehicles, pensions and…

Now extended until December 2022, Ireland’s Help To Buy Scheme is an incentive aimed at helping first-time buyers. The scheme was introduced in 2017 to boost construction in Ireland and help more people get on the property ladder. Not only is the Help To Buy Scheme available for home purchases, but it is also open…