Should you buy before or after the Brexit house price bounce? There is growing talk of “a Brexit house price bounce” – a jump in house prices, starting in London, once the outcome of Brexit is clearer.
You may want to buy a property off-plan, before it has been built, in the hope that its value will increase by the time it is built. But there is never any certainty that will be the case and if that is your reason, you are playing with fire.
The property pain for hard-pressed Londoners trying to sell is not letting up one bit thanks to the uncertainty of Brexit, high stamp duty charges and “stretched affordability”.
If you want to maximise your profits from property you really need to be a bit of a geek – nothing too serious, but enough to make sure you don’t leave big sums of money on the table.
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.