Not adding value to your home before selling it is pretty much throwing money down the drain. And who can afford to do that?
Becoming a property entrepreneur, becoming any sort of entrepreneur, is not some great achievement due to brilliance, hard work or persistence.
When most first time buyers think about buying their first home, they think about buying a traditional house or flat – or a variation such as a bungalow or maisonette.
No, it is not a “wind-up”; in a manner of speaking, lodgers do give away properties – real bricks and mortar properties. Are you going to be one of those that pick up a freebie – or are you going to look a gift horse in the mouth?
With it being so difficult to get on the property ladder, it is good to know the various ways you can get a leg-up onto the ladder, making things just that little bit easier.
If you are looking to improve your property, making it a better place to live and adding value, remortgaging is an option available to you if you have sufficient equity in your property.
What are the differences between buying a house and buying a flat? Which is best? Which should you buy if you have a choice?
For buy to let landlords, Philip Hammond’s autumn budget on the 29th October threatened to administer a nasty bite…but in the end it was little more than a feeble bark.