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With uncertainty over Brexit and interest rates set to remain low, one of the key growth areas where you can still experience strong capital gains is property investment.
From 1st April 2018, minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) for commercially rented properties come into force.
According to data from the Your Move Scottish buy-to-let index, the lettings market in Scotland got off to a strong start in 2017 with average rents at £571 per month with Edinburgh and the Lothians seeing substantial growth.
As mentioned in our last post, HS2, the planned high-speed railway linking London, Birmingham, the East Midlands, Leeds and Manchester is having an impact on property prices in the Midlands.
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.