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Here to bring you all the latest property news and how this could affect you as a home-owner, investor or tenant in rented accommodation.
Our mission is to provide the best value in the UK property industry and help a variety of people with their needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions

There are a number of ways to do this; dependant on what you want the easiest way is to Google the property address. You can find more information on Rightmove & Zoopla including detailed reports, comparable properties and recently sold and estimated house prices. For more details you should contact a local agent.

Should you wish to make any changes to your property details you can make an account with Rightmove or Zoopla and search for your home. There is an option on the property details page which allows you to claim the property and suggest any changes for approval. If your home is currently on the market and your agent has made an error in the listing you should contact them immediately to correct this for you.

As a first time buyer you will need to first assess what your affordability is, you can often get free mortgage advice from your bank, however this is not always going to be the best option and seeking a good recommended mortgage advisor could be beneficial. Most lenders will require a 10% deposit, therefore if you are looking to purchase a property of £200,000 you will need to have £20,000. Should you be purchasing a property with a partner you can both contribute to the deposit and your combined incomes will be taken into account to calculate your affordability.

With buy to let, you likely already know your stuff and have your mortgage advisor at the ready with your 25% deposit to satisfy the lenders high risk. With the UK property markets prices almost doubling every 10 years a lot of investors are still going for interest only mortgages, this is great for gross returns and often ensures you are able sell at a profit years later when you are satisfied with the capital gain or release equity and invest in further properties. The only other thing to watch out for is leasehold properties, although some are great value you must also consider the increasing costs of the Service Charge & Ground Rent, which can affect your net yield. For the best returns you can look at more rural areas of the UK where you can achieve a return of up to 10% or more.


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