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?
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.
At the very time when fewer and fewer people are able to afford home ownership, the future for tenants seems far from bright… in fact it seems very worrying.
Anyone who thinks there is a bright future for buy to let (BTL) has issues with reality recognition. But is it really RIP for the investment of choice for the small guy over the last twenty odd years?
Despite numerous obstacles, including rising unaffordability in many parts of the country , the number of first time buyers continues to grow. But can this good news story continue?
Rightmove house price index for December 2018 shows that asking prices are still falling at a significant rate – down 1.5%, equivalent to a drop of £4,496 for the average property. The fall the previous month was 1.7%, giving a drop of 3.2% (or £9,719) over two months, the biggest two month fall since the same time of year in 2012.
The general view of the whole Brexit circus is one of doom, gloom, anger and dissatisfaction. But could there be a silver lining for house prices? Are we set for a Brexit property boom?
Falling asking prices can be a tell-tale sign of an impending drop in house prices and falling asking prices are exactly what the Rightmove House Price Index for November 2018 has revealed.
You heard the one about the people who own a property but are living in rental accommodation? Why are they paying good rent to a landlord?