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Selling a residential property – the Timeline

If you’re selling a residential property, these are the steps you’ll need to take. The timeline below assumes there is not a chain on the property. Putting your property on the market – Week 0 The first step to selling your property is putting it on the market. Normally, this is done via an estate agent who will advertise your property, arrange viewings and put up a ‘For Sale’ sign outside your house. During this stage, people will come to your property for

Buying a residential property – whether you’re a first-time buyer or not, here is the Timeline for your purchase

Finding a property – Week 0 When you’re purchasing property, you’ll likely want to view multiple properties to make sure you find the perfect house or flat. If you do, take a look at our property search guide. In the UK, this process generally takes 8-12 weeks, at the end of which you’ll make an offer on a property. Making an offer – Week 8-12 Once you’ve made an offer on a property and it has been accepted, it’s time to sort out the

Tier 1 Entrepreneur – the rules are the rules

The Court of Appeal has made yet another unfavourable decision – unfavourable to applicants that is – about the points-based system, this time in connection with the Tier 1 Entrepreneur route. (This visa route is now closed to new entrants but still available for those applying for extension or settlement.) Mr Junied, a national of Pakistan, had applied in-country for leave as a Tier 1 Entrepreneur but the application had been refused by the Home Office. The reason for refusal was this.