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In November 2017, the government made many first-time buyers exempt from paying stamp duty land tax in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Most property investors will stash away a certain amount of cash in reserve. That way, they can deal with any unexpected property expenses that come their way.
Demand for property in the UK is increasing – and supply isn’t keeping pace.
Data from ARLA Propertymark revealed a rise of 8% in March this year of tenants looking for property, and the same data showed that in the same month, 23% of tenants experienced rent rises – the highest proportion since September 2017.
Knowledge is power. Why? Because you need to understand property pricing before you can put in a realistic offer.
Off-plan and new builds
Land, build costs and profit margin are the main elements that go into the pricing of a development and determine the cost of off-plan and new builds.
Launched in April 2013, the Help to Buy scheme was created to help those with small deposits to buy a new home.
The main reason many property investors decide to set up limited companies to invest in property is tax.
When it comes to property investment is your attitude firmly set in business mode or does it sometimes veer off into the personal?
As we’re a good way into 2018, let’s take a look at how the housing market is faring so far this year – and review some of the predictions from property experts.
We’ve often talked about the need to build relationships in order to succeed in property investment. But for these relationships to grow and work for you, you need to have a long-term strategy.
Whatever your personal situation, you can start a property business. The trick is to find the right strategies to suit you.