The latest figures released in a report by Haart paints a busy rental property market.
So Boris has been chosen to be our next Prime minister and to take us out of the EU.
Wimbledon is upon us once again.
The recent changes in Lettings legislation may be just the nudge Landlords need to review how they operate their residential lettings. With sweeping changes in legislation and fines of up to £30,000 for each breach can the 'DIY' property manager afford to take the risk ?
Is today's government announcement of the intention to abolish Section 21 to be the end of the Private Rental Sector ?
Sell you property for .75% plus VAT for the month of February
2018 didn't see the predicted downturn in property prices so will 2019 see much of a difference ?
In the news recently we have had the governor of the Bank of England telling us that the property prices could dip by 35% if we get a no deal Brexit. We have also had the Labour party doing it's best to undermine our exit from the EU but is it just scaremongering ? or is the 'Englishman's home is his castle' going to be a thing of the past ?
Government indicators show that rents are set to rise over the coming months. But how will this affect first time buyers and people claiming benefits ?
Lytham Festival is in town this week and there is no sign of rain, well not yet anyway.