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  • SPRING OFFER FOR PROPERTY SALES 3/9/2017 3:33:21 PM

    Call us now for details of our special package for Spring. Call 01592 640630 or email info@fdlegal.co.uk

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  • New FDL Website 10/5/2016 6:41:20 PM

    Our new website is live!!!   The design is the same as before, however we have some new features, such as "map search", along with some optimisations and bug fixes.  If you have any ideas you would like to see implemented on our site, then please contact us with your suggestion.   For any geeks out there, here is the techy stuff from our software developer:- The whole backend has been ported from PHP and MySQL to the latest and greatest .Net Core ASP MVC and MS SQL server wit

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  • FDL - Best Professional Services Provider in Scotland 9/5/2016 1:38:28 PM

    We are honoured and delighted to annouce that we were awarded Best Professional Services Provider in Scotland at the inaugral Scotlands Business Awards 2016 which took place at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh on Sunday 28th August 2016. We are over the moon to have received this award and it would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our staff. We would also like to thank all clients, colleagues and friends who voted for us and are extremely grateful for their c

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  • FDL - Best Fife Professional Service Provider 2016 5/10/2016 1:38:07 PM

    We were awarded the Best Fife Professional Service Provider of 2016 at The Fife Retail Business Awards Ceremony at Balbrnie House on 24th April this year. We were nominated by a number of clients and the final award was made based on the public vote. Many thanks to those who helped put us there, clients and staff alike are the winning combination!

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  • CHANGES TO PROPERTY LAND TAX - FROM 1ST APRIL 2016 2/16/2016 12:37:43 PM

    The demand for buy-to-let properties is growing rapidly as investors look to beat the tax rise which will add thousands of pounds onto the cost of buying a second home.   As of 1st April 2016 anyone who purchases an additional property, such as a buy-to let, will be taxed at 3% of the full purchase price.   This additional tax will be added to the existing Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) already being paid on a property.   The exemption for properties purchase

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  • Stamp Duty Changes: What does this mean for you? 12/4/2014 9:20:23 AM

    Major changes to the curent Stamp Duty tax system were announced yesterday in a move that will help thousands of house purchasers throughout the UK. The dramatic cuts introduced by the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, will be available to use immediately in Scotland from today until 1st April 2015 when the new Scottish Govenment Land and Building Transaction Tax (LBTT) will take effect. Previously buyers would simply pay a fixed percentage on the purchase price based on the foll

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  • Scotland sees a sharpe rise in House Sales 2/4/2014 9:20:02 AM

    The number of Scottish homes changing hands rose sharply in the last quarter, according to the latest official figures. Figures from the Registers of Scotland show the number of properties sold increased by 26.1% on the same period in the previous year. A total of 25,579 properties were sold between October and December - the highest since 2008. Prices also rose by 3.1% with the average property now costing £159,670. The most expensive place to buy in Scotland was East Renfrewshire wit

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  • Scottish 'Help to Buy' Scheme Unveiled 10/25/2013 10:18:24 AM

    The Scottish government has unveiled a new shared equity scheme designed to help people get onto and up the housing ladder. Ministers are allocating £220m over three years for the Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme. It will help eligible buyers with an equity loan of up to 20% of the purchase price of a new-build home. Housebuilders in Scotland said the scheme could be a "game changing initiative" for the industry.   To read the rest of the article please click the following link: ht

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