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, […]

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 […]

Is UK Property Heading For Post Brexit Boom?

More than one third of property investors who invested prior to Article 50 being triggered have not invested since, according to research by leading UK property investment and development company SevenCapital. The survey, which was commissioned earlier in the year through Censuswide, also found that, whilst three in five (60%) property […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]