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Following our last post on the potential property hotspots in the south of England, we now cast our eye on the Midlands – and find that there’s a lot to talk about.
Towards the end of last year, we looked at the Top 5 UK Property Investment Locations for 2017.
This is one of the fundamental questions I ask all of the budding property entrepreneurs who want to start building their property empire – and yet very few have really though it through! I get many very simple explanations such as:-
Some people may seem like they were born to sell. They enter into negotiations with ease and close deals promptly and successfully.
There’s a growing consensus that we need between 225,000 to 275,000 more homes per year to keep up with population growth and tackle years of under supply.*
As we recover from the recent Election and take stock of the current political situation, let’s take a look at what the promises made in the Conservative Party Manifesto are likely to mean for UK property investors.
If you’re considering dipping your toe into the water of property investment, you need to know the pros and cons, because like any investment, buy-to-let comes with no guarantees.
What is land assembly?
Land assembly is the redevelopment of brownfield land to provide higher density housing. It combines multiple houses or plots of land that have no development value on their own but joined together have the potential to generate massive profits.
It often feels like Student HMOs are the be-all and end-all of a Property Investor’s portfolio. It’s hard to see the downsides when the monthly income is so high (compared to buy-to-lets) and when decent accommodation is in such massive demand.