• Is it better to buy a property in the North of England?


    According to analysis carried out by Savills the UK housing stock is valued at £7.4 trillion. 46% of the homeowner wealth is in the hands of the over 65s. Lawrence Bowles, senior research analysis at Savills said that over the past decade the homes across London and the South of England accounted for almost three-quarters […]

  • First time-buyer numbers hit 12-year high


    First time buyer’s mortgages exceeded 300,000 according to the Yorkshire Building Society. In comparison to 2008 almost twice as many first-time buyers secured a mortgage in 2019. Government schemes such as stamp duty relief, help to buy equity loans and help to buy ISAS have all contributed to this growth. For the full article click […]

  • A time to celebrate – 100 years of women in law


    100 years on from the removal of the Sex Disqualification (removal) act, RG Law is proud to celebrate its female solicitors and conveyancers who apply the law every day. Madge Easton Anderson was the first professional female lawyer in the UK, qualifying as a solicitor in Scotland. Our Partner, Tina Khanna, Solicitor, is an asset […]

  • Mock interviews for Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar school students


    RG Law, specialising in conveyancing in Sidcup, is working with Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar School to give students an opportunity to enhance their experience of the work place through the London East Enterprise Adviser Network, a voluntary organisation that links schools and businesses together. Helen Everett, Careers Leader and Governor at Chis & Sid arranged […]

  • Free Will through Cancer Research


    The fight on Cancer is still going on and RG Law supports this fight.  If you want to help find a cure for Cancer then join us because together we can make a difference. Cancer Research has made it possible for us to draft your will free of charge all they ask is that you […]

  • Is the property market showing resilience in the face of Brexit?


    A number of estate agents across the country are suggesting that buyers who are on the fence over Brexit could beneifit by striking while the iron is hot. Read more to find out why… Read the full article in Estate Agent Today. Karen Marsh