The End of No Fault Evictions: Good or Bad? – Are you a landlord and worried about the plans of the government (announced 15th April 2019) to end the right of landlords to evict a tenant at the end of their tenancy? Are you a tenant thinking the changes are unqualified good news for you? As ever, the picture is not black and white…
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!
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.
This blog explains what is involved in buying a house in the leading world city, as a home or to rent out, and is primarily aimed at ex-pats and foreign nationals – but is good too for UK residents unfamiliar with the intricacies of buying.
Things are looking really bad for London house prices… but are things as bad as they seem?
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…
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.
What’s not to like about the Help to Buy equity loan scheme?
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.
A killer property strategy which is known to many is “flipping”– the practice of buying a property cheaply, doing it up and selling it on. It is a strategy you can use to make large capital sums on a regular basis – but it is a sophisticated strategy and you underestimate it at your peril.