Real Estate To Remain Attractive In 2020

Real estate set to remain an attractive investment asset in 2020 despite strong political and economic headwinds – PwC/ULI report  Europe’s property leaders continue to have faith in real estate as an attractive and in-demand investment class, despite strong political and economic headwinds, according to the latest Emerging Trends in […]

Student visa reforms help to boost the student property investment market

When the Brexit referendum was announced, the tertiary-education sector very quickly announced itself to be pro-remain as it feared that the UK’s departure from the EU would lead to a reduction in the number of EU academics (both undergraduates and graduates) coming to study in the UK. So far, however, […]

Tips for managing an empty property investment

Ideally, your investment property should always be occupied. In the real world, however, that is not likely to happen, even in the residential rental market and it is even less likely to happen in the short-term lettings market. However you will need to learn how to manage an empty investment […]

From plans to reality: A new-build timeline you can trust

Purchasing a new-build differs in many ways to the purchasing of an older, pre-established property; from your first meeting, when you see the initial plans for the home, to collecting your keys, there are several additional stages you need to consider. Granville Developments’ Managing Director, Matthew Firth, has composed a […]

Where To Buy To Let In 2020

The buy-to-let sector has taken a battering over the past couple of years, there’s no doubt about that, however what is also certain is that the demand for private rentals continues to grow, and overall, the UK remains one of the most stable markets in which to invest globally. This […]

How To Sell Your House In 30 Days

With housing sales estimated to increase from 1.19 million in 2019 to 1.3 million sale transactions in 2022, the housing market is due to get more competitive as sales increase, so it’s important to stay on top of your game when preparing to sell your home. Moving house can be […]

First time property investment: What type of property should I invest in?

Properties are like people, they come in all different shapes and sizes, some are older than others, you can find them across the UK (and indeed all over the world) and there’s a whole lot more to them than you can tell from a picture on a website. With that […]

SDLT and its impact on London Property Investment

Even though the London property market is currently in slowdown, prices remain some of the highest in the country. This obviously puts pressure on affordability and this pressure is increased by the cost of Stamp Duty Land Tax, which can be very expensive for residential buyers and even more so […]