Rent is rising. Indeed, the cost of living in rented accommodation in England has increased from an average price of £344 in the year 2000 to £858 in 2019, a 150% increase in just shy of 20 years. As it continues to rise, it continues to outstrip many of life’s...
I can't think of another failed act of terrorism we celebrate with as much enthusiasm as we do on Bonfire night. The annual tradition of setting fire to a bunch of stuff at the end of your garden while detonating small colourful bombs and eating hotdogs is largely a UK...
It's Halloween! Time to light the pumpkins, put on a scary film and then blow out the pumpkin again and ignore the door after 9pm. Hurrah! At this time of year, superstitions will be at an all-time high and one of the most recognised is our uneasiness around the number...
What's going to happen now with Brexit and mortgages, since the EU has agreed to grant Britain a three-month extension? How does this decision affect potential and current home owners, up to January and beyond? Will we see much of a fluctuation in the Bank of England's base interest...
Did you all enjoy the extra hour in bed? The clocks went back over the weekend signaling the end Summertime and the start of dark mornings and even darker evenings for the UK. And, although there isn't much you can do about it, new reserach from national fast sale estate...
The latest research and data from BTL specialists, Landbay, has revealed that as many as 75% of all UK tenants are happy to rent, and a third of those are happy to rent forever. According to the study of over 2,000 private renters in the UK, men are more likely...
Specialist development finance lender, Magnet Capital, has announced it is offering developers an incentive for the construction of eco-friendly homes. The campaign, which is due to be launched on a 3 month trial period, will aim to increase the amount of eco-friendly homes built in the UK. Ashley Ilsen, Magnet Capital...
With spooky season fast approaching, rental platform Bunk has looked at where across the UK is the scariest place to be a landlord based on the current rental yields available. On a national level, Wales is home to the most spine-tingling yields available at just 3.8%. A more worrying financial...
As technology improves and more of us are able to slip off the shackles of a traditional office job and work remotely, one in ten Brits now choose to work from home. With this in mind, a comfortable and motivating office space can be a great addition for homeowners. Tiger...
When looking to sell a property finding the right estate agent can feel like a real mine field. As a London based property developer with over 30 years of industry experience, being able to identify effective estate agents to sell my completed units has been vital to ensuring that premium...