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?
If you thought the property market was due for a Brexit crash or at least another year of prices going nowhere, you would have got an almighty shock when the Halifax House Price Index for February 2019 was released recently.
It is that time of the year again! Resolutions time! You know, those things you promise to do on the first of January but have forgotten about by the twenty first.
It’s time to wish everyone a Merry Property Christmas and a Profitable New Year! Good wishes and good health to one and all wherever you are in the world! But did you know the festive period can help to make real your property dreams?
Home ownership is definitely becoming more difficult in many parts of the country as issues of affordability begin to bite and buyers find it harder than ever to raise the precious deposit needed to secure the home loan they need.
There is justifiable talk that builders and developers are getting closer to their “Uber moment” – with the threat being modular or factory built homes.
Becoming a property entrepreneur, becoming any sort of entrepreneur, is not some great achievement due to brilliance, hard work or persistence.
If you are looking to improve your property, making it a better place to live and adding value, remortgaging is an option available to you if you have sufficient equity in your property.
What are the differences between buying a house and buying a flat? Which is best? Which should you buy if you have a choice?
Assuming you have a choice, which is the best time of year for you to sell your property in terms of maximising your chances of (a) selling (b) selling for a good price and (c) selling quickly? Sadly there is no magic answer. However, stats show that some […]