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Legal and General Mortgage Club have warned that home buyers have 1o days left if they want to beat the Stamp Duty Holiday deadline of 31st March 2021. As reported in Estate Agent Today, L&G have also urged Government policy makers to introduce a tapered end to the scheme to avoid a cliff edge which could...
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On Saturday 31st October, The Government announced a new four week National Lockdown to commence from 12.01am on 5th November until 2nd December 2020. As reported by Property Eye, Hybrid Estate Agencies such as Ewe Move have made ample provisions for a possible second lockdown by moving their services online.  The many online house listings portals have made the...
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On Saturday 31st October, The Government announced a new four week National Lockdown to commence from 12.01am on 5th November until 2nd December 2020. AVRillo Conveyancing are nationwide online conveyancers.  The health, safety and security of our clients and staff are our upmost concern as we enter into a new national COVID-19 Lockdown. All of our services can be...
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According to a recent report in the Guardian Newspaper the rise in home working has led to a surge in interest for “country homes”. Estate Agent Knight Frank reports that in the three months to September prices of cottages, farm houses and country manors rose by 2%. Information collated by Rightmove also suggests that Londoners buying a...
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Online Conveyancing might be new to buyers and sellers but at AVRillo we have years of experience. The Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) has forced many solicitors to hastily re-evaluate how they conduct business.  At AVRillo we have been at the forefront of online conveyancing for many years. The Benefits of AVRillo Online Conveyancing As an online...
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The Negotiator recently reported that a conveyancing logjam is affecting millions of people buying a house or selling a house. Rightmove says 650,000 property sales are now waiting to move to completion, 67% higher than the same time last year. Lock in Your Lawyer This new evidence proves that solicitors are struggling to cope with the demands...
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