Top Tips For Student Landlords

Life as a landlord isn’t without it’s ups and downs, with no shortage of challenges. Whether you are new to the industry or an experienced operator, the issues faced are often similar, particularly when letting to student tenants living away from home for the first time. Bill-splitting service Glide has […]

Peer To Peer Lending: What Are The Changes?

Leading Peer to Peer lending property specialist, Sourced Capital, looks at the recent regulatory changes to the P2P sector and answer some of the most common questions surrounding them received by those investing via their platform. The new FCA regulations At the end of last year (Monday 9th December), a […]

Comparing Estate Agents – What To Look Out For

Just as you wouldn’t buy the first home you step foot in, neither should you necessarily instruct the first estate agent who contacts you. It’s important to compare estate agents before buying or selling a property in order to ensure you’re choosing the right agency for the job. Here are […]

What foreign investors should know when investing in UK property

The resilience of the UK property market can be seen by the fact that it has barely trembled in the face of years of uncertainty over Brexit. It’s therefore little wonder that international property investors have been eager to buy into both the residential and commercial markets. If you’re a […]

General Election: Property Reflection

The clear Conservative victory in yesterday’s election demonstrates the UK’s desire to move the UK forward. Overnight, as the predicted Conservative majority fast became reality, the pound surged against the dollar to a 19-month high, offering a further boost to the prospects of a Boris Britain. Should Boris stay true […]

How To Sell Your House Fast In The Winter

Traditionally, winter can be a difficult time to sell your home. From bad weather discouraging people from going out to view houses, to the gloomy winter atmosphere making prospective homes look less appealing, lots of factors can put potential buyers off. Government data shows that the six colder months of […]

A brief guide to property subsidence

Subsidence is exactly what its name suggests; it’s when the ground beneath your property starts to sink and drags your home down with it. The opposite of subsidence is ground heave, which is when the ground underneath your home starts rising. Neither is desirable as both can cause structural damage […]

What landlords need to know as we head into 2020

With 2020 fast approaching, here is a guide as to what landlords need to know as we head into what will hopefully be a bright and prosperous New Year. Brexit It’s really impossible to mention anything to do with 2020 without mentioning Brexit, but at the same time, it’s also […]

How is Brexit Affecting Property Prices in the UK?

Brexit is an abbreviation for British exit referring to the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. This settlement will have significant impacts on the economy, and it has already affected the confidence of most consumers. You are uncertain of how it will impact your housing market and finances in […]