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Last August, the Bank of England raised the base rate from 0.5% to 0.75%. At the time, it was suggested that there might be another single rise in 2019.
Property investment is still a great way to boost your income and improve your work/life balance.
Buy-to-let investment is a highly lucrative area in terms of income and capital gains. But before you dive into this type of property investment, make sure you know what you’re taking on.
The new tax year started on 6 April, and with it brings some changes that will affect property investors.
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.
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.
Interview: Jayne Owen / Words: Angharad Owen
In this article with Mark, Jackie and Peter, we talk about their individual property experience, their approach to their new combined business and their thoughts on property investing in general.
Whether you’re considering a house or an apartment, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of buying new builds and off plan developments as investment properties.
With the best will in the world, you’re are not going to want to do business with every person you meet.
At the start of this year, our property mentors wondered what would be the significant influencers on the property market in 2017.