January 29, 2018

Dream houses take a lifetime to be bought. From putting all the paperwork in order to checking that the new home is in as good condition as you want, there are many things that as the house owner you should check. While most of us do a thorough check of the costs invol...

January 8, 2018

2018 is already here, and if you want to make some profit out of your London distressed properties, this is the time to act! Every property owner thinks about exiting the underwater status – when the mortgage is more than the amount of their home – but only a few take...

January 3, 2018

Talk to anyone living in London, and the conversation always tilts to the grand British dream of owning a property in London. Though the property market of London is complex, but it is navigable provided you understand how to search for the right home. Most people are...

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All offers made via this website will be at a discount to the open market value of your home and are subject to survey and searches.

Important: Whilst we make every effort to complete in a reasonable and quick timescale, there are sometimes circumstances that might affect the actual completion date and in extreme circumstances our ability to purchase. Our initial offer is provisional and will only be confirmed once we are in receipt of a survey and the searches and contracts are deemed satisfactory by our legal team. Other factors may affect our decision to purchase or effect the price we eventually agree. Over recent years financial turbulence and market forces from both inside the UK, Europe and the rest of the world have caused extreme price fluctuations in the UK property market. Property law is as such that until exchange of contracts takes place with the legal representatives, the transaction is not legally binding. Prior to a legal exchange of contracts we can rescind the agreement at any time if we have any knowledge or we are advised that the property is not as initially described and/or anything comes to light that may have effected its value. Alternatively, the purchase price may be renegotiated by mutual consent. In the event we rescind the agreement then all legal aborted costs and disbursements and survey fees in the transaction will be met by us. We strongly advise not to commit to any expenditure or completion dates until legal exchange has taken place