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Is a house price crash coming? Here’s what property investors need to know

9th Nov 2023

While the era of cheap money is well and truly over, there are signs interest rates have now peaked. Back in September, the Bank of England ended its run of 13 consecutive rate rises. Yet despite this, interest rates remain high at 5.25%. If you’re invested in property – either as a homeowner, buy-to-let investor,…

Your property guide is here!

28th Jul 2023

Buy property now, or wait for a house price crash? Here’s what the experts are saying…

13th Jul 2023

House prices are falling, with the average UK property now costing 3.5% less than a year ago. Yet while prices are on the slide, these falls do not represent a house price crash in the traditional sense. For some, this might be a little surprising, given we’ve seen the base rate – which massively impacts…

How to invest in property using REITs

31st May 2023

If you want to invest in property, using REITs can be an excellent place to start. Here’s what you need to know about REIT investing.

WIN! £1,500 propertyCEO Bundle

10th Aug 2022

We’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win a propertyCEO bundle worth £1500+! the prize Enter our competition to win an exciting prize from propertyCEO, the nationwide property development training company that helps people create a successful property development business in their spare time You will receive a copy of their three books, The Guide…

Webinar Summary: Top Tips For Investing In Property

16th Dec 2021

.We recently held a webinar with Fielding Financial founder, Gill Fielding, where we discussed her top tips for investing in property. Hosted by our CEO Jasmine Birtles, they discuss how Gill got into property investment to Fielding Financial’s courses. How did Gill get into property investment? How does Gill invest now? What do Fielding Financials…

The big buy-to-let property hotspots in Britain

13th Jul 2021

A buy-to-let property offers an attractive way to grow your wealth. But where is the best place to buy one? If you want to make money as a landlord, think outside London. Cities such as Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool, and Birmingham all offer great potential returns for buy-to-let properties. The regeneration projects in these areas, plus…

Selling Your Property Without an Estate Agent

13th Jul 2020

Thinking of selling your property, but want to cut out the middle man? It’s definitely going to save you  money, but taking the decision to sell your property without an estate agent is a big one. There’s a lot you need to be aware of, and a lot that you’ll need to organise yourself.  Of…

Can I Transfer My Property Deed to My Child?

6th Jul 2020

If you’re a homeowner and you’re thinking about tax efficient inheritance for your child or children, it can be helpful to think about how your property deed is set up. This can be a sensible choice if you’re worried about a large inheritance tax bill further down the line, or if you want to get…

Protecting Your Property Assets with a Pre-Nup

3rd Apr 2020

A pre-nup could protect you from losing your inherited or earned wealth, property investments, and other assets. But what is it, and how do they work? There used to be a strong stigma around pre- and post-nuptial agreements. People used to think it resembled a lack of trust or commitment. But times have changed along…

Selling houses: how to sell your property

17th Feb 2020

Learning how to sell your property for the best price is not always easy, but there are various things you can do to improve the saleability of your home. The good news that a few small changes can make a big difference. Finding out how to sell your property is an art, but anyone can…

How will Brexit affect my money, my job, and my property?

6th Feb 2020

Brexit day has finally taken place but there are still a tonne of questions that you need answering. After all, it’s not like we’ve been given clarification on much from the government. The first thing to remember is that we are in a transition period throughout 2020. Whilst specifics are worked out with the EU,…