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My sister-in-law lives in Canada so the house will be sold on my death.
The Solicitor says the property I wish to buy should sell for the same amount as the one I am now living in on its sale when I die. He is talking about taking a chartered surveyor around the proposed property because he thinks the price is too high. It is an apartment specifically built for disabled people with easy access etc. I am 88 years old and obviously need help and already have my personal plan for care from social services.
His sister lives in Canada so the house will be sold on my death. The property I hope to move to is a specifically built apartment in a complex for disabled people .
I have already been assessed by Social Services and have my personal care plan and funds sorted out.
The solicitor says the property I buy must sell at the same price as the one I now live in when I die. He thinks the apartment is overpriced but it is specifically what I need.