Building Your Buy To Let Portfolio

Want to know how to expand your Buy To Let Business? The team at Property Reporter have today supplied their three top thoughts on how you can evolve your portfolio and increase your buy to let knowledge with their advice for landlords who are keen to expand their income & […]

Best Places For Property under £65k

Yahoo Finance have reported that property investment portal One and Only Pro have came up with an algorithm to identify the cheapest properties most likely to increase in value in England and Wales on buy to lets priced under £65,000. The research shows the regions in the two countries that […]

Revealed: The biggest property viewing turn-offs

Property viewing is an important part of the buying/renting experience. Primarily, property seekers want to assess the condition of a potential home and envision themselves living there before progressing to make any firm decisions on buying or renting. With this in mind, it should be the responsibility of the landlord […]

First time buyers – How much deposit do you need to buy your first property?

If you are about to take the big leap onto the property ladder and become a first time buyer, you will no doubt be wondering how much of a deposit you will need to save towards your mortgage. The deposit is the lump sum you pay upfront towards the total […]

Unexpected holiday home investment hotspots

Over recent years, the abolition of tax relief on mortgage interest, changes to stamp duty and an ever-increasing regulatory burden have seen many (former) buy-to-let landlords looking to diversify their portfolios away from purely residential buy-to-let, some have even exited the residential buy-to-let market completely. While commercial property may seem […]

The governments impact on the private rental sector

Sometimes the best-intentioned efforts can have unintended consequences. The government, for example, has been making fairly robust efforts to try to help renters, but at best they appear to have had limited impact. At worst, they may have actively backfired. Social rental versus private rental It may be a bit […]

Can the government bring about the tax reforms property investors are calling for?

With Britain expected to depart the European Union by October 31 and still no deal in place, it’s fair to say now is a sensitive time in British politics. However, negotiating Brexit is not the only major challenge confronting the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. The British economy, while hardly […]

5 benefits of buying a new build

Whilst a traditional aesthetic is attractive for a large proportion of consumers, the feeling of owning and putting your own stamp on a new build can vastly outweigh the appeal of older, more traditional houses. Not only are they becoming more desirable, especially for first-time buyers, but new builds offer […]