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.
For an average person, the difference between renting and buying can be over a lifetime several million pounds. Repeat, several million pounds.
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?
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.
What are the differences between buying a house and buying a flat? Which is best? Which should you buy if you have a choice?
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.
Perhaps the quickest and easiest way to buy a property is to leverage or use another property. By using another
Getting that mythical deposit to buy your way into one of the most exclusive clubs of all – the Property
In the face-off between renting and buying, buying is always the winner. In the short term it is often best