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 […]

Autumn Budget 2018: What reforms does the property sector require?

In light of the country’s advancement towards Brexit, the anticipated 2018 Autumn budget will reveal just how the Government is planning to manage the economy during this important political and economic transition. Set to be delivered on Monday, 29th October, this year’s budget takes on added significance as it marks […]

UK property market declines while nation awaits general election outcome

Activity levels on the UK real estate market are slowing down to a halt as political uncertainty rears its head once again. Since we are fast approaching the core of the prime buying season of spring and summer, Britain could face a major slump this year. The year 2016 was […]