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YouGov homeowner survey on property conveyancing

Angela Gordon-Lennox, Product Manager (Legal) of Landmark Information Group

A new YouGov* online survey of UK-based homeowners, which has been commissioned by land, property and environmental data experts Landmark Information Group, has identified that 42% felt their experience of the legal conveyancing process was too complicated and slow.

In fact, only 4% of the homeowners interviewed felt the process was quick, compared to almost a quarter (23%) who felt it was in need of modernising.

With

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Devon number 1 most desirable county to build a home

The rural, unspoilt county of Devon has been identified as the most desirable county to build a home with over 18,500 online land searches conducted by self builders during 2014, according to research conducted by plot-finding website PlotSearch, with two further counties in the South West (Somerset/Avon & Cornwall) also featuring in the Top Ten most searched locations.

And this interest in plot-finding is set to

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New UK property survey carries a prize of £25,000

New UK property survey carries a prize of £25,000

The rising star in the online property market is www.needaproperty.com, and this portal has now launched a national competition with £25,000 up for grabs. All you need to do to enter is take part in one of their extensive and ongoing property surveys that have been designed to find out a lot more about tenants, property

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Recent study suggests that business is picking up for UK mortgage lenders

A recent study showed that mortgage lending are picking up again after years of decline, with the lenders giving out 6% more mortgages in 2012 compared with the previous year, and it seems that landlord investors may be directly responsible for part of this turnaround. The Council of Mortgage Lenders said that the buy to rend phenomenon is fueling the residential market and their financial

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