My Home Move, the UK’s leading provider of mover conveyancing services, has been granted planning permission and started work on its new £6million conveyancing headquarters on Leicester’s Grove Park.
The development by the company follows an award-winning and record-breaking year. In 2015 My Home Move picked up eight industry awards for its exceptional conveyancing service and helped … more
“The property market is off to a flying start for the year, with the number of property sales in January up a massive 9.7% compared to last year. This year-on-year increase could be accredited to a spike in purchases by additional home buyers looking to escape the rise in stamp duty, set to be introduced in April. This may continue to provide a short-term boost for a matter of weeks. However, we … more
Homes listed in May achieve top sales price for sellers
(Early) winter months offer worst return for homesellers
Average property prices vary by £69,000 between summer and winter sales across Greater London (2015)
North East and Wales buck the trend - showing no pattern of when to list for top prices
Analysing over 60,000 of its sales records from 2013 to 2015, My Home Move took … more
Figures released by HMLR last month have confirmed that My Home Move has maintained its position as the UK’s leading provider of mover conveyancing services.*
Having completed nearly 50,000 mover transactions in 2015, My Home Move increased its transactional volumes by 17% (year-on-year), to retain its market leading position – more than double the number of transactions of its nearest … more
My Home Move, the UK’s leading provider of mover conveyancing services, has launched its latest innovation to revolutionise the customer experience of conveyancing – its new eWay service.
For over ten years My Home Move has been pioneering the use of technology within the legal sector, to challenge the way conveyancing is traditionally delivered by High Street solicitors. From 1st February 20 … more
More than half (56%) of Brits make an offer on their home because they fall in love with it
Location, price and garden are the top three reasons homeowners fall in love with their home
Being close to friends is the least important factor when choosing the location of a property – important to only 9% of buyers
More Brits make an offer on their home simply because they fall in love … more