It is a question countless people are often asking…What is the quickest way onto the property ladder? What is the fastest route to becoming a homeowner? It can take years to buy your own place, but that is not always the case.
You Can Buy a House Without Money! – So you want to own your own home, but you don’t have any money. You don’t have a penny in savings. Can you buy your own home without any money of your own – or is that just pie in the sky?
The Pluses of Buying in Affordable Areas – Are you one of the millions of people who know the power of the London property market, want a piece of the action, but are priced out and can’t afford to buy anything there? I know the feeling!
Dangers When Buying a New Flat – Are you looking to buy a new flat but not sure whether it is the best thing to do?
Raising a deposit is not excessively difficult You just need to use as many methods as possible Have you tried to raise a deposit to get on the property ladder and given up? Are you trying to raise a deposit now and finding it a real mountain? Raising […]
Buying a property with someone else can have major practical and financial advantages – including saving up for a deposit, getting a mortgage and paying household bills.But what exactly is joint ownership or co-ownership? What does it mean? What are the pros and cons?
So you are not a homeowner now and you want to become one…Have you ever thought that it’s impossible to get on the property ladder – due to obstacles such as lack of affordability and difficulties in saving the deposit? Of course you have!
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
For an average person, the difference between renting and buying can be over a lifetime several million pounds. Repeat, several million pounds.