19 Things to look out for when buying a house – There are a great many things to look out for when buying a house, flat or apartment. Missing some of them could cost you serious money, inconvenience or distress.
Are there empty, rundown properties near where you live – properties that have been empty for years?You would like to chase the owner of one of those properties, right? Perhaps bag yourself a bargain?
If property is a part of your life – whether as an investor, landlord or tenant – it is important to keep your eyes peeled for changes in the law or trends which may have an impact on you – for good or for bad.
Whether you have one or many buy-to-let or investment properties, do you find it a real headache to manage everything efficiently and effectively?
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.
Are you one of those free spirits who live for today and think tomorrow will look after itself . Well, I have got some bad news for you…
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!