The government across the UK are providing different councils across the UK with help when it comes to building better housing for their local communities. This not only includes affordable housing, but also a number of other issues such...
It’s the dream of every real estate investor to see their property increase in value. The rental income of a commercial property depends on factors like number of bedrooms, location of the home, size of the property, and the...
Come next year, it may be mixed feelings for both tenants and landlords as the buy-to-let market continues to experience growth. Tenant demand continued to stay strong for the third month, causing speculations to rise about an increase in...
This Christmas season comes with the usual excitement, celebration, and earnest preparation for the holidays. However, amidst all this, Co-op Insurance is advising people to have a sense of safety and security, especially with their homes and cars. Local locksmith...
Following June’s referendum outcome, the United Kingdom have announced that they are to leave the European Union just over 40 years after joining (what was then known as) the European Economic Community. With so much press and media coverage...
New research on property use by tenants has underlined the need for homeowners to make occasional visits to their property to minimize the chance of property damage and disputes. The study TDS stats carried out by digital inventory app developer...
Bonfire night can be so much fun. Both the young and the young at heart celebrate the November 5th anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot. On this day in 1605, Guy Fawkes, a Catholic explosives expert, attempted to blow up...
Before the EU referendum, there were several ominous warnings on the negative effect Brexit would pose for the rental market. The most significant was that property prices would take a dive due to reduced demand, even the ex-chancellor George...
These haven’t been the best of times for UK Landlords. You may recall, early this year, the chancellor announced a new stamp duty surcharge of 3% on all buy-to-let properties worth more than £40,000 -which is almost all buy-to-let...
The buy-to-let sector is witnessing an upward swing despite temporary setback from changes in tax and stamp duty. This is one of the conclusions from a new market study by Connells Survey and Valuation, which indicates a growth of...