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?
So you are not a homeowner now and you want to become one…Have you ever thought that it’s impossible to get on the property ladder – due to obstacles such as lack of affordability and difficulties in saving the deposit? Of course you have!
Welcome to the December 2018 edition of Property Trends the monthly bulletin that focusses on property trends for residential property investors, landlords and tenants.
BAD TENANT MOMENTS – Let’s be honest, there are a lot of bad landlords out there – but there are also a lot of awful tenants. Here are some of my bad tenant moments I would like to share…
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?
Welcome to the November 2018 edition of Property Trends – the monthly bulletin that focusses on property trends for residential property investors, landlords and tenants. This month we focus on: Micro flats – the cure for our housing shortage or a gimmick?
Developers are starting fewer homes in London – what does that mean? Help to Buy – all good or a meal-ticket for developers? The revolution is coming – the modular house building revolution.
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?
Is there a way you can make money from renting out property if you own no properties and cannot afford to buy any?
Perhaps the quickest and easiest way to buy a property is to leverage or use another property. By using another property, you may be able to raise the full deposit you need to get on the property ladder in one single step. So if you […]
In the face-off between renting and buying, buying is always the winner. In the short term it is often best to buy and in the long-term it is almost always best to buy. Given a choice between renting and buying, choosing to rent is nine times out of […]