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 […]

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 […]

The Property Insiders Podcast

In wanting to provide you with some expert insight on the property market in London and the rest of the United Kingdom we have teamed up with some of the country’s leading figures in Real Estate through Buy Association, Sotheby’s and presenter, producer and Instagram influencer Charli Fisher who along […]

Not Fit For Purpose? Seeing Beyond The Housing Crisis

Research released by the National Housing Federation today found that 8.4 million people in England are living in unsuitable, insecure or unaffordable homes. In response to these findings, please find below a series of comments from three leading property experts. Jamie Johnson, CEO of FJP Investment  told us “The housing crisis is one […]

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 & […]

Why Developers Must Make New-Builds Attractive

A recent report issued by one of Britain’s biggest mortgage lenders, Santander, found that 70% of young people now believe the dream of home ownership is over for their generation. While this figure is particularly stark, it’s merely the latest in a series of findings that reflect the current state […]

Sourcing Deals For Commercial Conversions

From the outside, commercial conversions sound like “big deals” and a lot of hard work, so why are they becoming so popular? Because it’s all about scalability. Undertaking “bigger” deals such as these doesn’t have to mean harder work, more hassle or more stress than a smaller deal because the […]

Finding Property To Sell On To Owner Occupiers (Flipping: Part 3)

At the start of the week (here) we took a look at flipping to other investors so now it’s time to consider how this differs from flipping to owner occupiers. Flipping to owner occupiers means it’s likely you’ll be sourcing a different type of property. The reason for this is […]