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As we are fast approaching the end of the year, predications and forecasts as to what 2019 holds for the property sector are already in circulation.
It’s become common practice to use equity that’s built up on your home or a property in your portfolio to invest in a new property.
Buy-to-lets are one of the most popular property deals. That’s not surprising as they’re a highly lucrative form of investment.
Picking the perfect location for property investment requires research. One tip is to keep an eye out for places that are undergoing, or are about to undergo, significant regeneration.
After August's interest rate rise, things were back to normal in September when the Bank of England kept things on hold. And despite the increase in inflation from 2.5% to 2.7%, rates are not expected to rise again until next year.
Ideally, we’d like all our investments to carry minimum risk but offer maximum return. Unfortunately, these deals don’t come along too often.
As any canny property investor knows, it’s always worth taking the time to do a last scan of the figures before signing off on any deal.
Saving for a deposit is the biggest barrier to buying a home according to 41% of non-homeowners. A study by Freedom Mortgages has found that as a result of this, an increasing number of millennials are choosing to buy a property with a friend or relative.
Finding the right property for investment can take a little time, but the profits make it well worth the effort.
As well as being a property investor, you’re also a normal human being with complicated feelings and varying emotions. Every person is different, and how you act and react is based on your personal life experiences.