The first half of 2019 saw a surge in the number of homes bought for £1million or more, according to a story published by the Consumer Association’s Which? magazine recently.
Archive for 2019
The shortage of private rental accommodation has reached crisis proportions, warns the Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) in an article posted on the 12th of December.
In the middle of November, areas around Doncaster in South Yorkshire suffered a whole month's worth of rain in 24 hours.
A major amendment has been made to the regulations requiring landlords in Wales to provide prospective tenants with written details about their proposed rental “contract” or tenancy agreement.
The trend continues for landlords to invest in buy to let property by way of purchasing through a limited company.
In the course of the next five years, house prices in the northwest of England are likely to outstrip increases in London, according to a report in Property Industry Eye on the 14th of November...
If your tenants are taking a holiday and going away this Christmas, they are going to leave your let accommodation unoccupied.
An item in Property Investor Today recently not only confirmed the runaway popularity of the capital for Airbnb hosts, but also revealed the current hotspots among London’s boroughs.
One of the best-kept secrets, according to a story in the Daily Mail on the 27th of November, is the stash of savings kept by the majority of elderly parents in case their children need the money.
If it’s ever happened to you when trying to buy a house in England or Wales, you might be envious of the fact that gazumping is practically unheard of in Scotland.
The end of January sees the deadline for the return of your self-assessment income tax returns.
The availability of housing fell in October to reach its lowest level since June, according to a posting by Property Reporter.