Written by our recommended Tax specialist Nigel Reynolds from Reynoldsandco.
The Chancellor has given his second budget of the year. This was expected due to the General Election which took place in May of this year. Basically the Chancellor did not want to […]Read More
There is a lot of work to be done from when you first decide to invest in property to when you buy your first investment, and we understand how this can seem very daunting to begin with. Before you begin […]Read More
When investing in property many investor’s ask themselves the question of whether they should go with a single-let or multi-let strategy. It is all dependent on a number of factors and also whether you know how to successfully manage a […]Read More
Five points to consider to make 2015 your best investment year yet.
Most of us will more than likely be setting New Year resolutions in all aspects of life, and property investment is no different when setting goals. Setting ambitious but […]
Property is like any other business, and to be successful you will need to learn how to manage your cash flow. The key is to take into consideration all costs at the start to make sure there are no hidden […]Read More
Property should always be treated as a business from day one, so you can achieve optimum results and income, whether part time or full time.
You may have heard the saying “you make your money when you buy”, which is true. […]
With properties in traditional West London worth more than £240m having been sold in the past few months, it’s clear that property prices in the Capital are still rising. We see house prices continuing to increase, as rental demand is […]Read More
Over recent months we have certainly seen a lot in the media about the increase in house prices that we have been seeing nationwide. Since 2008 we have been involved in one of if not the biggest recessions in history […]Read More
It was reported by accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers, who estimate that, on average, Private Sector Workers would need to put 37pc of their salary into their pension to match the retirement income paid to a Public Sector worker on a similar wage.
Civil […]Read More