They often say one person’s misfortune is another person’s gain. Over the coming years, that is increasingly going to be the case for small and not so small shops up and down the country.
Things are looking really bad for London house prices… but are things as bad as they seem?
Best use of time is essential to success in any business, activity or endeavour or just making the most of life and its never ending challenges.
People are becoming homeowners later than ever – if they are becoming homeowners at all. All the talk is about young people moving away from homeownership – out of choice.
Buying and owning a property can be plain sailing. Sometimes however things can go painfully wrong, costing you money, problems or inconvenience. Here are some of the disasters or pitfalls to avoid…
It is necessary to be cautious and careful when buying a leasehold property. There are many risks involved and you can lose a lot of money and have a lot of problems if you don’t go about things the right way.
We are being told all the time that millennials (people born between 1981 and 1996) are not into house buying for “lifestyle reasons”. Is that even true? If it is, those millennials are being seriously reckless about their future.
Mortgages seem really complicated things – but they are not really. This blog simplifies the topic of mortgages by looking at some frequently asked questions about them…
Especially in those parts of the country where the property market is in the doldrums, giving your property the “wow factor” could be the way to grab a buyer and secure a good price fast.
Saving is good – but it is super dumb if you only save to spend…for instance, to buy a big ticket depreciating asset which is worth less than you paid for it the minute it arrives at your doorstep.