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Return to City Centre Living Prompts Major Spike in Rent Costs

The suggestion that last year’s mass exodus from busy urban centres could prove to be permanent appears dead in the water. Not only are some towns and cities bouncing back from the declines of 2020, but some are currently seeing double-digit rent growth as supply struggles to keep up with […]

Understanding the Appeal of Property Auctions

Finding the right property to suit your current requirements and long-term goals can be a challenge. For many, it is a long and arduous process that involves exploring the potential locations, conducting detailed research on local property markets and scrutinising every possible aspect of the home in question. Buying a […]

Buy-to-Let Property Purchase via a Limited Company: A Brief Overview

Purchasing a buy-to-let through a limited company is a popular option which brings certain tax advantages. However, there are also potential downsides to this investment approach. The Advantages of Buying Through a Limited Company One major point of appeal is the speed and simplicity of establishing a limited company. The […]

Why September Could Bring a Raft of Redundancies

As much of the country continues its crawl back to normality, millions are getting back to business as usual. The vast majority of businesses have once again opened their doors, even if most of their employees are still working from home. Behind the scenes, a major alteration to government policy […]

Boris Johnson Announces Tax Rise on Shareholder Profits

Boris Johnson has announced a surprise tax hike that will hit shareholder profits as part of a raft of measures to raise the billions needed to fund social care and the NHS. Last week saw the prime minister deliver a Live Social Care Funding Statement in the House of Commons, […]

UK Faces Biggest Housing Stock Shortage since 2015, Zoopla Reports

The housing crisis in the UK has reached new heights, with one of the country’s leading property sites having highlighted the growing disparity between supply and demand. According to the latest Zoopla monthly House Price Index, the market is facing its biggest stock shortage since 2015. Zoopla reported that while […]

Home-Ownership Costs Now Exceed £18,000 per Year on Average

As average house prices continue to break records in all regions of the UK millions are facing the prospect of never owning their own homes, mortgage rates continue to hover at all-time record-lows but the costs associated with home-ownership are also on the up. According to research conducted by GetAgent, […]

The UK’s Private Rented Sector is now Worth More Than £1.4 Trillion

With more first-time investors setting their sights on private rental properties than ever before, the total combined value of the sector has skyrocketed to an all-time high. According to Shawbrook Bank’s newly-published The Changing Face of Buy-to-Let report, the Private Rented Sector (PRS) in England, Wales and Scotland is now worth more than £1.4 trillion. The figures […]

How much it Costs to Live at the Top of a Local Housing Market

Average house prices are all well and good, but they do not necessarily give an accurate indication of how much you can expect to pay for a home. Even when narrowing things down to city-wide averages, there are enormous disparities from one postcode to the next. Over the past year, […]

Minimising the Risks Associated with Bridging Loans

It is the obligation of every responsible broker to ensure only eligible applicants gain access to bridging loans; Bridging finance has the potential to be a uniquely flexible and cost-effective source of funds for a variety of short-term applications. Bridging finance is not without its risks. As with all types […]

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