Blog tagged as property investment
Explore the effects of the Bank of England's interest rate rise on BTL mortgage loans, and learn strategies for property investors to adapt and succeed in this changing financial landscape.
There are many myths around property investment and development finance. In this article, we'll bust some of the most common ones. Whether you're a first-time investor or a seasoned pro, this is a must-read!
Real estate investing in the UK can be a surprisingly lucrative endeavour. With a little bit of planning and the right knowledge, you could end up with an investment portfolio that provides you with enough income to live off.
Unfortunately, like with any new venture, its not uncommon to see new and sometimes "seasoned" investors getting hung up on the wrong aspects or less viability-breaking elements of an investment property. What should a potential investor be focusing on?
Whether you are new to Buy-to-Let Private Rental Sector or a seasoned professional landlord, Fund manager or Private Equity Asset Manager maximizing returns on your investment property or portfolio will be one of your main ongoing objectives or responsibilities.
We don't believe in the popularly advised so called negotiation tactics, "knowing how to talk down a price is an integral part of the profession." A lot of time is wasted with these so called tactics and ultimately focus on other profitable use of professional investors limited time is mis-directed.
Amassing a personal fortune through real estate may seem beyond possibility, but it can be done — Keep it simple and pay close attention to these three basic concepts.
The high-income expectation without a lot of hard work gets a lot of people all around the world into trouble and disappointment. Do You Want to Succeed As A Real Estate Investor? Here are half-a-dozen things to be aware of...
Whether you purchase a residential or commercial property, tapping into its potential, such as renovating and then renting out a space, can help you generate passive income and even turn a nice profit when you sell or long term income and capital growth.
Grant Cardone - real estate mogul - shares his views about owning versus renting a property. Which is better on the long term? Which option gives you more profit?
Property investors are always on the lookout for the new hotspots that are good for investment and will offer them great returns and renting opportunities.
As the house price boom has sustained itself in the UK for over two decades, investors large and small have continued to cash in on one of the most popular forms of investing, buy-to-let.
One of the great universal challenges faced by property developers is how to expand the property portfolio. Doing so increases the amount of tenants you’re able to hold and, as such, boosts your profits.