Election manifestos and property mechanics: the implications for transactional volumes
Posted by: Titlesolv
With pollsters currently predicting that either the Conservative or the Labour Party will be forced into a minority Government, compromising on their manifesto promises, or into a coalition agreement, we take a closer look at each party's rhetoric on the housing market and how this could affect transaction volumes and mortgage lending.
Managing the insurance risks around rights to light claims
Posted by: Titlesolv
The proliferation of skyscrapers in London shows no sign of abating. There are currently proposals for 263 buildings that are over 20 storeys high in the Greater London area either in planning process or under construction. High demand, coupled with soaring land prices, means that for many developers vertical developments are the most commercially viable.
As spring approaches, for some so too does PI renewal
Posted by: Titlesolv
While it seems that the majority of legal and conveyancing firms may have thus far adopted an 'it ain't broke so don't fix it' approach when it comes to professional indemnity and adhered to their October renewal date, a growing number are choosing to make the switch
Titlesolv expands team with major hire in Ireland
Posted by: Titlesolv
Titlesolv, a leading title insurance and property risk solutions provider, today announces the appointment of Carmel Nielsen as Business Development Manager
Do the proposed reforms to the Irish planning system go far enough?
Posted by: Titlesolv
The proposals in the Bills are likely to be enshrined in law in late 2015. Until such time as more is known about the final draft of the legislation and the resources available for implementation, questions will remain over how effective the new system will be, but the new approach outlined in the Bills is certainly a step in the right direction.
Most Popular
Tags