From suggestions on the best places to spend your next lockdown to shared ownership for first-time buyers; from building cladding woes to buy to let hotspots; the property market is bursting with news
Archive for 2020
Here is this weeks’ round-up of the latest property news and views ..
New legislation announced on the 28th of August 2020 means that, in most cases, tenants must be given a minimum of six months’ notice before a landlord can look to the courts for repossession
It seems that the housing market’s recovery from the recent lockdown during the pandemic has been much faster than many imagined.
Fire Door Safety Week runs from the 21st until the 27th of September. As a landlord, what are you doing to play your part?
Rents stabilise, BTL regeneration hotspots, mis-sold leaseholds, UK’s most expensive villages, and more
News output is fast catching up with the reawakened property market. New issues are revealed, and progress is made towards resolving favourite talking points.
The current pandemic is wreaking havoc among small businesses the length and breadth of the country. Many are closing down until a particular re-opening date or indefinitely while others are preparing
From a renewed flood in rental market activity to counting the cost of home sales delayed by the recent lockdown, life is returning to some semblance of normality.
Stamp duty holidaymakers, top university towns for buy to let, help for leaseholders, house price index, and your wellbeing at home
It’s all systems go on the property front and some of the latest developments are making the news – here is a brief selection of some of the headlines.
The one thing the recent lockdown and social distancing rules seem to have taught us is the importance of the safe, open space represented by a garden.
First-time buyers struggle, loans for tenants with debts, a warning from RICS, and more property news
Activity in the housing market gathers pace for both homeowners and tenants. Keeping track of that activity is this week’s news round-up, highlighting the following snippets.
If you are a landlord, of course, you want to pick and choose the tenants you invite to occupy your property. When marketing your property, you probably have a target demographic in mind and grant you