Buying a home is a time of great celebration - if you have instructed the right professionals.
Our qualified lawyers use their specialist local knowledge to anticipate any problems; we then act quickly to find solutions that save you time and money. Our competitive fixed-rate fees are completely transparent, and we will never surprise you with hidden extra costs.
For a no-obligation fee estimate, or to learn more about how we can help you, please call one of our property experts.
We have finally settled into our new home and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your excellent service and efforts in helping us purchase our property. Your "above and beyond" efforts at the eleventh hour are a credit to you and Bedell Cristin.Client of Bedell Cristin
A massive thank you to you and your team for all your help, support and guidance. You have been amazing and we are so thrilled.Client of Bedell Cristin
The use of heavy machinery used in cutting hedges is killing species and destroying biodiversity, therefore campaigners have lobbied to have the law changed.
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Jersey’s housing issues have been a continuing topic of discussion in recent years. However, the housing-needs survey published in late January brought the subject to the fore as it estimated that 7,000 new homes would be needed by 2030 (including 1,100 fir...
The States of Jersey have published their report on the Jersey House Price Index for the fourth quarter of 2017.
Bedell Cristin has bolstered its property team in Jersey through the appointment of Jeff O’Boyle as a Senior Associate and Priya Jobanputra as an Associate.
Bedell Cristin is a finalist in two categories of the prestigious STEP Private Client Awards 2017/18.
Jersey's conveyancing system is unique, complex and, at times, confusing. Therefore, in order to guide you through the various steps of the legal process, we have prepared a simple guide to purchasing freehold property in Jersey.
The Project de Loi entitled The Access to Neighbouring Land (Guernsey) Law, 2016 was registered on 16 January 2017, although it remains subject to Royal Assent. The new legislation provides that where a person requires entry onto neighbouring property for ...