There are a number of things that could possibly affect us next year good and bad, and below is a list of some of the main ones so we can plan ahead.
1) Rents are expected to rise by the highest rate […]
An interesting article written on the budget by Reynolds and Co
Hammond heralds vision of an ‘outward looking, free-trading nation’
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Budget was delivered against a backdrop of economic and political uncertainty, fuelled partly by the ongoing Brexit […]
Over the last couple of years there have been many changes affecting new property investors with one being the introduction of the stamp duty land tax of 3%. This has put some investors off because they feel that extra money […]Read More
According to reports, the private rental sector has grown by 135% within 30 years and has been at its most strongest in the past 10 years – with no fewer than 2 million new households introduced to the sector in […]Read More
In the past three months over 40% of landlords have reported an increase in tenant demand in their area, which is expected to continue throughout 2016.
The National Landlords Association carried out a survey which shows a 48% increase in tenant […]
An experienced Property Manager can improve your investment and add significant value. We understand that a Property Manager is not for everyone’s investment, but if you are new to property, or looking for a hands free approach then a competent […]Read More
Come October 2015, all landlords who own UK properties will be required by law to install working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
In certain areas of the UK, fire and rescue experts are expected to provide help and support to […]
Throughout my career in property I have bought many properties that have needed refurbishments doing to get them to a suitable standard for letting. These refurbishments have required things doing such as new kitchens, bathrooms, décor and other cosmetic work. […]Read More