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A record number of landlords are buying their property investments with cash, a new report shows. In January this year, the amount of buy-to-let investors paying cash for property reached 61%, the highest level since 2007, when records began. Throughout the last ten years, the number of landlords paying cash for property purchases has been
It has been estimated that house prices in the UK, including London, will continue to rise in 2017, despite the ongoing Brexit uncertainty. Industry experts claim that as long as the housing crisis continues and there is a shortage of housing stock available, property prices will continue to rise. In London, property prices increased 1.8%
West One – Specialists in Bridging solutions for building a property portfolio carry on with their day at our February auction, including the frenetic bidding, the funny moments, the surprises on the day and what happens within an auction itself. AT AUCTION HOUSE LONDON’S FEBRUARY AUCTION: PART 2 – THE AUCTION Auctions are fascinating places
West One – specialists in bridging solutions to build property portfolios attended our February Auction, read on for an insight into their day of Networking Presentations, auction strategy and uncovering the nuances of bidding at auction.
Auction House London, the fastest growing auction house in London, has sold a record number of lots in its February auction. AHL also sold its highest priced property under the hammer: Wellington Road, a six-bedroom semi-detached house in St John’s Wood, London in the February 2017 auction With an impressive total of 85 lots sold,
First time buyers in the UK are entering a competitive market, marked by uncertainty and high property prices. April’s stamp duty changes and the Brexit vote in June 2016 made buyers more reluctant than before to invest in a property. With house prices across England surging by 7.7% and in London by 7.5%, can auctions
Are you thinking about getting on the buy-to-let bandwagon in 2017? Perhaps you are already a landlord and you are wanting to add to your portfolio of investment properties this year? Either way, buy-to-let can be a rewarding and lucrative way to invest money. The location of the investment is paramount to its success, as
Auction House London announces an exciting business partnership with Countrywide. The estate agency group comprising of 1,200 nationwide branches, will be referring its London lots to Auction House London. Since signing the deal, AHL has acted as Countrywide’s London gateway for both private and corporate clients. The collaboration means that Countrywide will no longer have
If you’re thinking about investing in buy-to-let property or are wanting to increase the size of your investment property portfolio but have concerns about ‘bricks and mortar’ investments not being as secure as they once were, you may be pleased to learn about the findings of the recently published Bank of Ireland UK’s Buy-to-Let Market
It was somewhat of a surprise to see that the housing market coped reasonably well in the upheaval directly following the EU referendum. But as we are still in a period of uncertainty, will it continue to prosper even if at a slower rate? Many believe the property market will continue to grow, if, for
Summer has always been the most popular time to sell and buy property; a recent survey showed that April is the peak month. Whilst the summer and spring remain popular seasons to buy and sell property, the autumn has been shown to be financially better for buyers. On average, buyers can enjoy paying 2.6% below
Landlord rents rose 5.2%, to an average of £846 in July in the UK. The biggest increase took place in south-east England, with costs going up by 15% to £924. Adrian Gill, director of ‘Your Move’, has been quoted as saying that the Brexit decision has not caused, “any immediate change in the rental market”.
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