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?
Indications are that house prices are falling or at least softening in many parts of the country and now is a great time to buy a property. But is it really a great time to buy and what if you get it wrong?
Something a bit worrying is happening in the housing marketing and we are not hearing a lot of noise about it – however it is potentially a cause for serious concern.
The biggest gripe of many people selling their house or flat is how slow, cumbersome and stressful the whole process can be.
Not adding value to your home before selling it is pretty much throwing money down the drain. And who can afford to do that?
No, it is not a “wind-up”; in a manner of speaking, lodgers do give away properties – real bricks and mortar properties. Are you going to be one of those that pick up a freebie – or are you going to look a gift horse in the mouth?
With it being so difficult to get on the property ladder, it is good to know the various ways you can get a leg-up onto the ladder, making things just that little bit easier.
These days if you check out new properties for sale online or in newspapers, you cannot escape noticing that developers and builders are offering an enticing range of freebies to buyers.
A no money down (NMD) purchase is a way of owning a property without making any financial contribution to its purchase.