The ban on ground rent in England and Wales is set to save buyers hundreds of pounds per year. Here is everything you should be aware of regarding the new legislation.
Waiting for the right time to buy? The UK real estate sector is stuck in a seller’s market. While we all wait for that housing bubble to burst
2021 proved to be a bumper year for property investors. A number of factors led to an unprecedented 83% rise in the buy-to-let purchase market in 2021 when compared to 2020.
There’s no escaping it: the cost of living in the UK has risen substantially over the last two years. As a nation, we’re seeing everyday items rise in cost.
Birmingham City Investment sees the city growing into the best city in the world, learn why?
UK property close to rail links for commuting is no longer attracting a premium, instead a village within cycling distance to the nearest city is much more likely to be sought-after.
The government announcement last month declaring HS2 will become a reality has given Birmingham property prices a definite boost. Current apartments and homes within walking distance of Curzon Street terminus should increase
Landlords holding Liverpool property have the highest yields than anywhere else in the UK. That’s according to recent data from one city letting agent which reported yields of 13.6 per cent.
Private rents in England and Wales are expected to increase by two per cent in 2020 – and three per cent annually for the next five years.
The prediction is the result of a survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics).
The Midlands and North of England are set to become the top location hotspots for canny property investors in the UK. And it’s been fuelled mostly by shrinking profits for landlords in London.