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Should your property buying decisions get influenced by political instability?

Thursday, 22 June, 2017

An unexpected result of the general elections, a planned move to change the economic standpoint of the country or change in the international political scenario; should such factors affect your decision of buying a residential flat or commercial place? Well, the majority of people would answer affirmatively. Yes, socio-political circumstances do put an influence on […]

Post-election scenario of realty sector in the UK

Friday, 16 June, 2017

Well, the results of the elections have been declared, and the situation seems to be further difficult because of coalition chaos. However, real estate experts feel that there has been a clear-cut correlation between the general elections and transactions happening in the real estate market. Just before the elections, there is always a dip as […]

Building Survey on a mid-terrace house in Truro

Wednesday, 24 May, 2017

We recently undertook a Building Survey on a mid-terrace house in Truro. The property was probably built around 1900 and was of brick and stone construction with double pitched man-made slate covered roofs. The property had a typical two storey rear tenement which had a brick side elevation with a brick and stone gable end and […]

Understanding about penalty clauses in the tenancy agreement

Friday, 19 May, 2017

When you want to earn money by renting your property to a tenant, it is equally important to know about the penalty clause while drafting the tenancy agreement. A penalty clause is applicable for tenants if they breach the terms and conditions of the agreement in some way or other. While drafting the agreement, you […]

Mitigate the risk well when you invest in properties in London

Monday, 8 May, 2017

  Temperament of property investors covers the whole spectrum ranging from risk avoiders to risk takers. Well, it depends on the depth of the pocket and the readiness to accept the loss. One can’t compel someone to become adventurous and take greater risks in anticipation of high returns. It is the reason; one should consult […]

Investing in real estate is much more than buying a property

Monday, 24 April, 2017

When people decide to buy a property, they don’t have any specific thought about investment. In spite of the fact that it has been one of the most lucrative options today, most of the people look it from the perspective of buying a home, apartment or villa. Property experts think differently. As per them, you […]

Taxes and Brexit reduced the charm of London Property Market

Wednesday, 12 April, 2017

What do upmarket estate agents feel about the overall property market scenario in London? Well, the majority of them believe that the EU (European Union) referendum and increased taxes brought incredible pessimism in the property markets of the capital city. Last year, sellers had to accept realistic offers as people did not want to spend […]

Want To Know Everything About Shared Ownership?

Thursday, 30 March, 2017

Is budget a constraint for you to dream a fantastic new house? Do you think it is not possible for you to accept loans or save huge money? If yes, then shared ownership is a better solution. It is a route that gains increasing popularity throughout the UK. Ask about to any of the affordable […]

Want To Know The Top Five Things That Will Be Impacting The Real Estate In 2017?

Saturday, 11 March, 2017

The real estate market in the UK is not unaffected by the global aspects. Experts feel that though the 2017 shows a promising start, there could be several ups and downs in the coming months depending on the overall market trends in the US and worldwide. Interested in knowing the top ten aspects? Here are […]

Not Getting Any Clarity About What Is There In The Property White Paper? Here Are Some Insights

Friday, 24 February, 2017

There is a big noise about the Housing White Paper released by the government recently.  Well, everybody has a different interpretation of it which leads to utter confusion.  While the government claims that the release announces reforms for planning, development and construction policy per se, property owners and brokers don’t think on the similar lines. […]