The home-buying process can be an enormous task, demanding large amounts of your time and money. From your initial search, negotiations, mortgage paperwork, solicitors, surveyors, home (more…)
Are you a first-time buyer looking for that ideal foothold to start a new life in? Are you unsure whether it’s worth looking for a new build property or a repossessed home? It can sometimes be (more…)
To understand snagging and when to carry out a snagging inspection is very important, especially when we are looking at a new build home. If you’re wondering ‘what is snagging?’ and do not understand the ins and outs of a snagging survey or when a snagging report should be carried out this guide is for you!
There are plenty of different ways for you to buy a new home! However, buying a house can often be a difficult process. There are chains, ladders, agencies, surveyors and more that you will need to think about. It’s often more than a lot of people have time to handle! However, one of the quickest ways you can find yourself a home bargain is to bid on a repossessed property. (more…)
What are the basic principles of investment? Buy low sell high. If you are able to follow this formula with all your transactions, you’d do very well for yourself. Impossible, right?
But there is a way to do this consistently. Through property investment. It’s called Buy & Fix. Americans call it Buy & Flip.
2 In 1 Package
For anyone with money to invest, one of the go-to options for most people is property. Whether you are looking for a single property investment or are going to delve deeper with a full property investment portfolio, it’s vital you understand the sector. With money to spend, there will be no shortage of companies offering their services. Your options will be wide-ranging and varied, but it’s often beneficial to work with one company, especially when you need a mortgage too.
If you have a property which you are looking to buy to let or have any existing properties and want to know what a good rental yield is, we will be going through it in today’s blog.