This blog explains what is involved in buying a house in the leading world city, as a home or to rent out, and is primarily aimed at ex-pats and foreign nationals – but is good too for UK residents unfamiliar with the intricacies of buying.
According to Pew Research Centre, millennials are people born from 1981 to 1996, broadly people currently (2019) in their early-twenties to late thirties. They are a concern to politicians and commentators because few of them are becoming homeowners compared to prior generations
With the current climate of wall to wall property meetings, workshops and training, you would never think that there is a property strategy out there which few people know about. It is a strategy which is available to everyone and can bag you properties up to 25% below […]
What Being a Property Entrepreneur is All About -Despite a government onslaught in recent years, becoming a property entrepreneur remains one of the easiest ways to become a millionaire. Having money is probably not the most important ingredient for being a successful property entrepreneur.
For an average person, the difference between renting and buying can be over a lifetime several million pounds. Repeat, several million pounds.
PROPERTY TRENDS ISSUE 12 – Welcome to the February 2019 edition of Property Trends the monthly bulletin that focusses on property trends for residential property investors, landlords and tenants.
8 Things You Must Do For A Quick House Sale – Achieving a quick sale is not simply desirable in itself. A sale that goes through smoothly and quickly is less likely to be terminated or aborted – causing wasted fees, lost time and frustration for all concerned.
The Idiot’s Guide to Making Megabucks in Property 2019 – Don’t you just hate it when you meet or hear about someone who has made millions in property – someone who does not seem especially smart – with few talents, no qualifications and no silver spoon in their mouth on birth.
So you own your own home and have got the property bug. How do you make the jump from owning your own place to owning an investment property – such as a buy-to-let unit?