investing in high rental yield

Where is the best rental yield areas in London

With rents in the capital continuing to boom, we’ve taken a look into the best areas to buy-to-let in London. When we’re talking about buy-to-let hotspots, London cannot be ignored with impressive capital gains and unparalleled return on investment opportunities. London which has never been in the Postcodes of Highest rental yields is still arguably…

Landlords: No housing benefits, No DSS tenants!

Why do landlords prefer not to let their property to housing benefit and DSS tenants? Every person deserves an affordable, safe and secure place to live, but why should a landlord who worked very hard for their investment have to lose out? DSS tenants generally have financial difficulties and for the majority of landlords, being…

furniture after evicting bad tenants

Evicting Bad Tenants (Section 21)

Evicting Bad Tenants (Section 21) – This is the hard realty of the letting markets, the gruesome and sad position none of us would wish on others, but unfortunately, evicting tenants is a necessary but sometimes complicated process. There’s a wide range of reasons why you might want to evict a tenant, some of which…

whats the best rent guarantee

The search for the best rent guarantee

Things can go wrong in guaranteed rent schemes if the middleman doesn’t have the financial resources, or inclination, to back up the guarantee Very much true, not everyone fully understands a service that protects the interests of their landlord clients.  It’s all easy professing your sincerity with eye catching adverts touting for clients with promises…

post brexit property sales in london

Post-Brexit property sales in London

Property Sales in London have recently given us a more clear indication of how the post-Brexit vote and weaker pound will affect the market with either strong or just reassuringly stable demand in 2017. Many estate agents agree that there is uncertainty after Brexit vote with stamp duty changes leading  to fewer sales, particularly in…

Property Investment

What will Brexit delay and accelerate?

Days of lower returns is what the property market should embrace itself to, due to the post Brexit slump. A recent Pricewaterhouse Coopers report puts London’s real estate prospects as the least attractive of all major European cities only just ahead of the bottom three of Istanbul, Athens and Moscow. The sentiment lies within 90% of investors believing UK…

property buying

Property buying on the rise after Brexit

After the Brexit results, surveyors suggest that the property market has stabilised and prices are expected to go on the rise within the forth coming months. RICS say a shortage of available property play a big part of this outcome. Landlords that ignored the referendum results We noticed that most of our landlords seeking property…