Wednesday 24 February 2016

House prices set to rise in 2016!

Dear Readers,

According to the property price survey, carried out by , property prices are set to rise by up to 5% in 2016.

According to the experts in  Davys Stockbrokers, who assisted in preparing the recent report; they have predicted the growth is due and owing to rises in incomes and the ongoing economic recovery.

Notwithstanding the predicted growth, the same difficulties remain with regards first time buyers and accessing, that all important first mortgage finance, which indirectly has contributed to the rise in property prices.

The news is welcomed for people looking to put their property on the market, however it continues to create hurdles for first time buyers.

It will be interesting to see what measures the soon to be newly elected government, plan to put in place, to navigate these barriers to entry for first time buyers.

Should you have any queries, relating to mortgage applications, or indeed putting your property on the market, we have extensive knowledge and understanding of the conveyancing process and dealing with mortgage providers and we can assist you with preparing yourself for any of these transactions.

Feel free to contact us for a non-committal discussion, regarding any of the issues discussed above.

Yours sincerely,

Hudson Solicitors.

Monday 8 February 2016

Problems and defects with your property?

We at Hudson Solicitors, are heavily involved in Construction Disputes.

Regrettably, due and owing to the seemingly endemic poor construction work, that took place in Ireland over the last 10 years, or so, many property owners are experiencing ongoing issues, with their houses and apartments, which were bought in good faith and which were allegedly built in compliance with building regulations.

We as a practice have acted and continue to act for many clients, who are experiencing ongoing problems, with properties, that they have purchased.

This can be anything from structural problems, dampness issues, pyrite issues and fire safety issues in multi-unit developments.

Please note there are solutions to these problems and we as a practice have extensive experience, in dealing with same and providing solutions to these issues and have further acted for multiple clients, in several developments.

We have a highly experienced team of engineers, architects and construction experts, who assist us with resolving these matters.

Should you have any concerns regarding a property you have purchased, please contact us for a non-committal discussion, as to how we may be able to assist you, in the same manner we have been able to assist our other clients.

Yours sincerely,

Hudson Solicitors