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When you repeat a word over and over again it begins to lose all its meaning. I can't help but think 'Brexit' is starting to fall into that category. However, due to the magnitude of the decision that awaits our country; it's important that we don't switch off from what's happening.
When considering where to invest, it’s not about the cheapest or most expensive properties. It’s about finding a location where people currently want to live or will want to live in the future.
Regardless of whether you are looking to add to your existing property portfolio or beginning preparations to re-let properties; it’s vital you understand tenants needs, wants and wishes.
Not so long ago, a 25-year term was the default option for your mortgage and most people opted for this.
Some of you may be too young to remember the days in when the entire country gathered around the television to watch Changing Rooms hosted by Carol Smiley. Whilst viewing in part for inspiration but also a little bit in each of us hoping for a horrified reaction from the returning home owners due to Laurence Llwellyn Bowen having painted the entire room with red and black dragons.
Business partners are invaluable in the world of property investment.
This will not come as a shock to you as it’s something we have labelled before however there is a growing number of Londoners Therenting property outside the capital where affordability is stretched. More buy-to-let landlords are now looking beyond London when investing in property, but what are the best commuter towns for those working in the capital city?
Most investors understand and appreciate the value of HMOs and that they can make superb investments and are fast relapsing the buy-to-let market place
Whilst 'reports' can sometimes be fuelled by a PR initiative an interesting topic was posed earlier in the week suggesting that luxury renting would become the new home ownership for millennials.
Over the past month there have been increasing signs of confidence returning to the property market in London. The increase in house prices is thought to have been led mainly by increasing rental yields within the capital.