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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.
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Continuing from our previous post, we now look at the types of assured tenancy agreements that apply in Scotland.
The type of assured tenancy agreement that applies to a tenant is generally as a result of when the agreement for first made. However, there are differences between assured tenancy agreements made in England and Wales compared to those in Scotland.
Buy-to-let investing in the UK has had its ups and downs over the last few years. Before the financial crises of 2008, there was a boom in the market to the point that almost every other person was a buy-to-let property investor. This changed very quickly when house prices slumped and property owners went into negative equity. The market has recovered since and now offers opportunities, providing you make the right choice of property, take the right investment approach, and understand your responsibilities.
It’s not uncommon to hear negative comments regarding the property industry, and estate agents, in particular, get a bad press.
Stamp duty and the EU referendum result were deemed to be the two factors that had the biggest impact on the housing market in 2016. But what will be the significant influencers in 2017?