At the very time when fewer and fewer people are able to afford home ownership, the future for tenants seems far from bright… in fact it seems very worrying.
As a property coach committed to helping people achieve their property goals, the obstacle I often come up against goes something like this: “I don’t have any money and can’t save the amount needed to fund a property deposit or to invest”.
If you are looking for a property bargain, buying a probate property is one of the best ways to do so. But there can be costly practical drawbacks to buying this type of property…
There are several less well-known but cost-effective ways to become a homeowner. One of them is a “home and business combo” – more commonly known as semi-commercial property.
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.
A lot of people lose sleep about selling too late when a property crash looks like it’s on its way. However, the reality is that there is little to worry about – unless you really need to sell in the year or two.
For buy to let landlords, Philip Hammond’s autumn budget on the 29th October threatened to administer a nasty bite…but in the end it was little more than a feeble bark.
So you want to sell your home as fast as possible and you don’t have a lot of money to