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"……was a pleasure to deal with and was extremely helpful and friendly"

– Mrs A F – Bexley

“…….was excellent at her job. Very professional and kept us informed during the whole process”

– Mr C D – Bromley

“Very satisfied – keep up the service”

– Mr & Mrs J J – New Eltham

“All elements of our property purchase were problem free”

– Mr A S – Eltham

“Totally satisfied – I was happy with all aspects of how the matter was dealt with”

– Mr & Mrs T B – Bexleyheath
Latest News
  • What If My Property Is In Trust?

    The way properties are judged for Inheritance Tax is about to change. This month (April 2017), the new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) will be introduced. This new band will allow parents to hand more of their estate over to their children without having to pay Inheritance Tax. Currently, an individual does not pay Inheritance […]

  • The Language of Buying and Selling

    When buying or selling a property it can seem like there is a lot of jargon. We explain some of the terms you might come across. Caveat emptor means it is the buyer’s duty to ensure they are happy with the purchase. This is why their solicitor takes time with preliminary enquiries (initial questions) which […]

  • Parents Consortium

    We are pleased to continue offering our support to Parents Consortium Parents Consortium, a local charity that supports disabled children and their families. The disabled children and young people who access their services will typically have one or multiple learning difficulties, complex health needs, physical or sensory impairment, challenging behaviour, Autism or severe ADHD. The […]

  • Property or Pension?

    Which is the best way to save for your retirement? Over the past few years property, especially in the south-east of England, has received far greater returns. Chancellor Philip Hammond, however, wants to redress the balance. Last September, Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, caused a furore by stating that investing in […]

  • Is your property unregistered?

    The vast majority of land in the UK is ‘registered’. This means that Land Registry has created a ‘registered title’ from the key details from the deeds – things like the address of the property, whether it is leasehold or freehold and whether there is a mortgage secured against it. If a property is unregistered, […]

  • Selling in January

    Selling a house in January can be tough – but there are things you can do to make your home shine, whatever the weather. Traditionally, January is seen as a bad time to list your house on the market – the philosophy is that it’s cold so prospective buyers will hibernate and wait until spring […]

  • Lasting Power of Attorneys (LPAs)

    Let’s be honest, writing a will and an LPA isn’t top of anyone’s to do list – it isn’t even at the bottom. But it’s important, not just so someone will have your best interests at heart should you fall ill or be in an accident, but also so your loved ones know who should […]

  • Moving before Christmas

    Be well prepared. Get your move date confirmed. The first step is working out when the big day will be. This is the date that everything else will revolve around, so ensure it’s actually going to be achievable. Who will be moving your belongings? December is always a month filled with wrapping, but that’s usually […]

  • Cook Taylor Woodhouse – now 7th largest conveyancing provider

    We are pleased to report that data released by the Land Registry has revealed that Cook Taylor Woodhouse were the 7th largest conveyancer on volume of transactions for value in the month of October 2016. We are very pleased by this news as it is a clear indication of this firm’s continued growth and success. […]