How the Budget will impact property investments throughout 2021

The government recently announced their proposed Budget for 2021; following months of speculation with regards to how they would simulate a post-Covid-19 economic recovery, our questions have been answered. However, as professionals across the property sector, including investors and landlords, have suffered due to the Budget in recent years, how […]

Tory Mayor Candidate Vows To Build 100,000 New Homes for Young Londoners

Tory mayor candidate Shaun Bailey has promised to build 100,000 new homes for young londoners, if he is elected next year, Property Secrets reports. Bailey will be up for election in May 2021 and has outlined plans to build ‘millennial homes’ that are aimed at young Londoners – to buy […]

How COVID-9 Has Changed The Lending Market

With the number of COVID-19 cases now in decline, the UK is now on a mission to recuperate the economic losses incurred as a result of the pandemic. The initial outbreak of COVID-19, and ensuing national lockdown, meant many industries essentially froze operations, stagnating the nation’s economic growth and leaving […]

Eviction Bans & Tenant Protection.. What It Means

Business Rate Reliefs, Mortgages Frozen, Tenancy Eviction Bans it all seems a lot to take in right now so how can you profit (or at least ensure you are least effected) through these hard times ahead?… We look at the current situation in the UK In light of the most […]

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 […]

What Does The 2019 General Election Mean For The Housing Market?

The past year has been anything but ordinary for the UK housing market. After a turbulent end to 2018, with Boris Johnson’s predecessor as Prime Minister facing discord from all sides, plus a delayed meaningful vote on a Brexit deal, some hoped 2019 might offer some resolution to the long-running […]