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Graham Norwood

Countrywide “may not survive” warns one of...

An investment manager who has a 7.8 per cent...

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Graham Norwood

Build To Rent tipped for long-term...

Property consultancy CBRE claims that Build To Rent is...

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No proper LL objects to fair competition. That is the game we are in BUT the Govt has made the PRS distinctly unfair for the small LL compared to Corporate LL. A 'level playing field' in the PRS we certainly DON'T have!!

Nat Daniels

Your opportunity to discuss Finance and Mortgages...

Agents, brokers, intermediaries, investors and all, you're in the...

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Marc Da Silva

Paragon confirms evidence of ‘strong and stable...

Buy-to-let properties in the UK are currently in high...

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@markwilson DON'T know in answer to your query. I follow your sentiments as I believe you are correct. Indeed I will be attempting to do as you suggest. I am very very pessimistic as to the PRS future. If things were as they are now 12 years ago no way would I have become an AST LL. It is now a very fragile business model. Personally I'd rather see my capital returned to a 0% savings account. No chance of some robbing rent defaulting tenant using my capital for a free lifestyle. I DON'T mind dead capital at least tenants can't get at it. I'll just spend it. Got a fair bit so that plus pension will do me. Life is too short to carry on with the increasingly troublesome PRS. The rot set in about 2015 when dopey Osborne introduced S24. I wanted to exit then but couldn't for various reasons. For me S24 was game over. Been trying to get out ever since!

Elaine Penhaul

Agents can sell properties at record speed...

There’s no doubt that Covid-19 has had a huge...

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Karl Knipe

The pros and cons of student accommodation...

Some property investors are put off student accommodation by...

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Angels Media

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Matthew Lane

Spain overview – holiday home destinations remain...

House prices in Spain will close 2020 with little...

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Its great to see such positivity however we are noticing a large number of price reductions on properties across Spain, especially the more expensive ones. I agree the properties sub €300,000 remain the most stable. Buyers are returning but are expecting to see a "deal" as a result of the global crisis.

Steph Rady

INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS TO EXPECT IN 2017:...

Kicking off 2017, we’ve predicted stabilisation in the property...

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Martin Gibbon

First Time Buyers Underestimating the Cost of...

The majority of aspiring first-time buyers ‘wildly’ underestimate how...

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Tom  Harrington

Sell your home this summer - House...

Summer is just around the corner. And, contrary to...

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Asad Riaz

Why Londoners want to stay in the...

It’s often said that people are doing all they...

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