Investing in low cost freehold properties

If somebody told you that you could buy a fully refurbished 3 bedroom house for less than £50,000 what would you say? My initial reaction when I heard about these opportunities was a mix of intrigue and disbelief. Having now been sourcing and selling these properties for several years, I […]

Landlords looking to alternative avenues of property investment

On 11th March, Chancellor Sajid Javid will deliver this government’s first major fiscal statement. In many respects, it has been a long time coming. Recent fiscal statements have been notably light on reforms due to the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. This budget will be different – it is the first of […]

How confident are property investors in the UK Government?

The months and years following the EU Referendum in June 2016 have been some of the most eventful and significant in Britain’s modern political history. That ballot, two subsequent elections, and several tense parliamentary votes helped create a febrile atmosphere that at points seemed like over-boiling. Thankfully, since the election […]

IGNORING Gross Yield with Buy To Let – The Two Things I Look For Instead

When you get interested in property investing you’ll hear a lot of talk about gross yield. Gross yield can be a great way of comparing properties because you can look at the return from one property and compare it with a return on another. But at its very basic level, […]

How Do I Invest With No Money? An Introduction to No Money Down

This is an interesting question. Somebody has asked me ‘does no money down really exist and if it does how do I do it?’. First things first. One thing I have noticed when I have been online looking at the forums and looking at the Facebook groups is that occasionally […]

The trends likely to define the UK property market in 2020

As we enter a new decade, many question marks still remain over the direction Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative-led majority government will take in leading the country through Brexit. In Parliament’s opening week of 2020, some notable progress was made––the EU Withdrawal Bill was passed by the House […]