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!
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.
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.
The property pain for hard-pressed Londoners trying to sell is not letting up one bit thanks to the uncertainty of Brexit, high stamp duty charges and “stretched affordability”.
If you want to maximise your profits from property you really need to be a bit of a geek – nothing too serious, but enough to make sure you don’t leave big sums of money on the table.
Things are looking really bad for London house prices… but are things as bad as they seem?
Welcome to the October 2018 edition of Property Trends – the monthly bulletin that focuses on property trends for residential property investors, homeowners, landlords and tenants.
Whenever I talk to non-UK residents, the matter of buying a residential property in the UK often crops up. People living outside the UK see the long-term strength of the UK property market and wonder about purchasing a property as an investment, with the aim of achieving rental […]
The big property story here in the UK over the last few days has been the plight of young would-be homeowners who can’t get on the property ladder. But home-ownership is not that difficult – if buyers become more flexible. Key content of this blog: first time buyers, […]
Raising a deposit to buy a property is not easy, but is certainly not impossible – no matter how large the deposit. The more ways you can find to add to your deposit the quicker and larger it will grow.