Beginner’s guide to letting out a property

18 Aug

There are lots of factors to take into consideration when letting your property out and if you’ve never done it before it can be a daunting task. Here are some of the things new landlords need to think about: You are legally required to inform your lender that you intend to let your property out. Some mortgages contain clauses which…

Buyer’s guide: How can I be sure I can afford a mortgage?

19 Aug

It’s a sensible question – while in theory, lenders have to take steps to ensure you can afford to keep up the monthly repayments (as much for their own sake as yours), buyers can still end up saddled with a mortgage they can’t afford. There are a number of mortgage calculators online, such as the one provided by SPF, which…

Property prices along the Night Tube

19 Aug

London’s weekend Night Tube service opens on Friday 19 August, after a two-year wait. The 24-hour weekend services will run on large sections of the Central and Victoria lines with the Northern, Jubilee and Piccadilly lines expected to follow in autumn 2016. We’ve taken a look at what’s happened to house prices around affected stations since the Night Tube was…

Top tips for photographing your property

25 Aug

When it comes to marketing a property, the quality of the photography and the way in which interiors and exteriors are presented can be the beginning or end of a sale. Photos are a buyer’s first impression and the key to a first viewing. So how can you make sure you get them right? Keep those lights off. Shooting for…

The advantages of buying a new build property

25 Aug

If you’re tired of moving into fixer-uppers, or purchasing older properties that turn out to have problems hidden beneath their period charm, why not consider a new residential development? Buying new comes with a number of specific advantages, including: The earlier you register your interest in a new residential development, the more likely you are to find exactly the right…

Five things you didn't know about living in the City

25 Aug

You might think of the City of London as a square mile of iconic towers and slick office blocks. Which of course it is. But there’s a lot more to this tiny city – one of only two London districts with city status – than banking, trade and financial services. Settled by the Romans in the 1st century AD, the…

Five things you didn’t know about living in the City

25 Aug

You might think of the City of London as a square mile of iconic towers and slick office blocks. Which of course it is. But there’s a lot more to this tiny city – one of only two London districts with city status – than banking, trade and financial services. Settled by the Romans in the 1st century AD, the…

10 steps to buying a property off-plan

25 Aug

Buying off-plan is something many people shy away from because they feel it’s a complicated process that is best left for people with a lot of property experience. The truth is it’s really simple and can be a very intelligent investment. Here are 10 steps to purchasing an apartment off-plan. You won’t be able to get a mortgage offer until…

Future office buildings: intelligent by design

26 Aug

There are lots of factors to take into consideration when letting your property out and if you’ve never done it before it can be a daunting task. Here are some of the things new landlords need to think about: You are legally required to inform your lender that you intend to let your property out. Some mortgages contain clauses which…

The draw of waterfront homes on the French Riviera

26 Aug

A home on the water is often considered to be the ultimate property purchase. Whether it is a lifestyle choice, holiday home or retirement dream, waterfront property has an eternal appeal. The Victorians introduced sea bathing, widely encouraged for its health benefits. The French Riviera, or the Côte d’Azur as it is also known, often tops the bucket list of…

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