So you are out property hunting and are really excited about finding a great property at a bargain price. But are you, like many buyers, worried about getting carried away and doing something you shouldn’t do, something that will cost you at a later date?
An English man’s home may be his castle. But not if that home is a flat rather than a house!
The Dangers of Joint Purchasing – You often hear of the many advantages of co-ownership – notably, making purchasing more accessible and reducing the costs of running a home. But joint ownership is not without its downsides and you need to be fully aware of them when you are buying a property with someone else.
There are many reasons to avoid leasehold houses…
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?
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?
What you need to do to own your own home Easy ways to save big money for a deposit Are you a first time buyer looking to buy your first home? Does it all seem pretty daunting? You can succeed by making small but effective sacrifices to amass […]
So you are where you are in your property journey and want to go further, higher, faster… but you’re stuck and just can’t go forward. You feel like you are treading water and going backwards, at the same time! This blog will tell you why you are stuck and how you can get going again…fast.
Selling a property can be throwing away hundreds of thousands of pounds – perhaps millions. I know it, I have done it! Of course, if as a newbie investor, I knew then what I know now, it would have been a completely different story…
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?