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• Some landlords may face additional costs as Michael Gove, the Housing Minister, aims to improve poor quality private rental homes. • Many rental properties will require upgrading. The Government announced in their ‘Levelling Up’ White Paper last week they plan to introduce a new minimum standard for private rental properties. • The White Paper […]
The wholesale gas price has tripled in 2021. Even if you aren’t on gas at home, half the UK’s electricity comes from burning gas so, this affects everyone. Even though domestic bills have been protected from the majority of this with the Government’s price cap, energy bills will rise by at least 50% in April. […]
Welcome to February’s Residential Market Report, where we cover the following topics: Key Statistics Residential Market Overview Transactions Regional Review ‘What will happen to house prices in 2022?’ RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT Contact us today to find out more.
The average house price in Portsmouth has increased by 157.4% to £259,500 in the last 20 years, a profit of £158,700 That means, when adjusted for inflation in those two decades, Portsmouth house prices have risen in real terms by 85.3% What does this mean for existing Portsmouth homeowners and first-time buyers trying to get […]
The capital of Wales and the eleventh largest city in the UK, Cardiff has always been a popular location for buy-to-let properties and its recent developments have only bolstered the appeal of the city to investors. Home to one of the largest shopping centres in the UK, thriving universities, and hundreds of independent cafes and […]
When it comes to the property market in 2021 and the UK in general, words like crazy and frantic spring to mind. It was a year where the number of properties on the market was low and yet demand was overwhelming at times. Where house prices reached record highs at times, and many buyers were […]
The Headlines… Portsmouth rents up by 3.3% in the last 12 months Portsmouth house Prices up 2.5% in the last 12 months Portsmouth landlords helped by ultra-low mortgage rates and a stamp duty holiday Yet, some landlords in Portsmouth anxious about a possible end to no fault evictions New EPC rules could cost Portsmouth landlords […]
The largest city in the South West and one of the most popular, Bristol’s average asking prices have increased 60% over the past decade. A creative city with media, electronics, and aerospace industries and not to mention, it’s very own community currency: the Bristol pound. Famous for its harbourside, suspension bridge, and Wapping Wharf (the […]
We all have hopes and dreams when it comes to selling our homes, and with the sellers’ market, where properties are selling quickly and with prices still high, there is no better time to place your house on the market. Yet your aspirations for your sale could be a little over-optimistic and this may cause […]
Finding your next Portsmouth property, be that for yourself to live in or as a Portsmouth buy-to-let landlord, can sometimes be a scary task. You are possibly making one of the biggest purchases of your life, and you want to ensure you make the right choice. Buying your next property is all about finding a […]
Welcome to January’s Residential Market Report, where we cover the following topics: Key Statistics Residential Market Overview Transactions Regional Review ‘What will happen to house prices in 2022?’ CLICK HERE FOR THE RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT Contact us today to find out more.
Reports in the press suggest 1 in 5 homeowners are considering moving home in the next 18 months. This will change the dynamics of selling your home in, meaning there are certain matters that you, as a homeowner, should do before placing your property on the market to ensure you get the best price, reduce […]