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Stamp Duty Holiday

Earlier this morning the Chancellor announced that the government will temporarily increase the lower stamp duty threshold from £125,000 to £500,000. From 8 July 2020 until 31 March 2021 no... Read more

On the move? Good News!

Good News for the housing sector with house moves and viewings to resume in England! From today, 13th May, estate agents are now allowed to conduct house viewings – as... Read more

Buying or Selling a house during lockdown?

Are you looking to Buy or Sell a house during lockdown? Here’s what you need to know… They say moving house is the most stressful thing you can do in... Read more

Need help finding a Conveyancer to complete an ID1 Form?

Here at Dodds we can help you with completing an ID1 form. You may have been asked to complete this form if you are disposing of your property, for example,... Read more

What is the Difference Between Joint Tenants and Tenants in Common?

If you’re about to purchase a property with another person, it’s important that you decide which kind of ownership is right for you. Whether you’re buying a property, inheriting it... Read more
6th December 2018

SRA Transparency Rules Cost & Service – Conveyancing

Conveyancing: Fixed fee Our residential conveyancing team is comprised of 3 experienced members including our licensed conveyancer, Harvinder Mann, our CILEx Member and Paralegal, Patsy Litt and Secretary Denise Higgins.... Read more
21st September 2017

Change in our Conveyancing Department

    Recently Harvinder Mann has joined the firm heading up our residential conveyancing department. Harvinder is fluent in speaking Punjabi. Harvinder has a number of years of experience in... Read more
26th May 2017

How does your garden grow?

Can you remember the nursery rhyme about Mary? Although reputed to refer to an increase in graveyards under the reign of Mary Tudor I was reminded of it this week... Read more
15th May 2017

To move or not to move?

What did you do over the weekend? We went to look at a property that is for sale – we had not planned to do so but the photograph in... Read more
20th February 2017

Blueprint or Whitewash?

The long awaited housing white paper “Fixing our Broken Housing Market” has been published. Does it tell us anything new about the Government’s plans for the housing market? It acknowledges... Read more