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    • Property investment success – from balancing work/life to managing tenants

      Property investment success – from balancing work/life to managing tenants

      In part one, we told the story of how Paul Hanafin, a former busker and chemistry graduate, created a £1 million property portfolio. Here, in part two, we look at how he has managed to do that while balancing work and life, how you can successfully manage tenants, and how you…
    • New developments – would you consider investing in Uruguay?

      New developments – would you consider investing in Uruguay?

      It’s not a country that receives much UK attention from a property investment, holiday or tourist point of view, overshadowed by its much bigger South American neighbours (Brazil and Argentina) and places with more historical or cultural landmarks such as Peru and Chile. But could investors be missing a trick by…
    • Property investors prepare for July reopening of Balearic Islands

      Property investors prepare for July reopening of Balearic Islands

      Property investors and second home owners are welcoming the news that the Balearic Islands are set to reopen to international visitors from July 1. Estate agency Engel & Völkers Balearic Islands says the Spanish government’s decision to reopen sends out a positive message to the holiday home market. "Since 2012, international buyers…
    • Housing minister caught up in ‘bias’ development row

      Housing minister caught up in ‘bias’ development row

      In a potential scandal that has rather gone under the radar thanks to the ongoing fallout from the Dominic Cummings affair, it’s been revealed in recent days by various national newspapers that the Housing Minister, Robert Jenrick, approved a controversial £1 billion housing development months after being lobbied about it…
    • Market snapshot: 'remarkable bounce back in lettings activity'

      Market snapshot: 'remarkable bounce back in lettings activity'

      The UK lettings market has experienced a ‘remarkable bounce back’ in activity since reopening on May 13, according to Goodlord. Its data shows that the number of new tenancy applications has now risen by over 82% compared to mid-April. Earlier this week, on Monday June 1, it reports that applications soared to…
    • Property investment success – from busking to £1 million worth of property

      Property investment success – from busking to £1 million worth of property

      Lots of people throughout the years have made considerable sums of money from property, but it seems unlikely that many started out as buskers. Here, in this special two-part interview, we check in with Paul Hanafin to explore how he went from a chemistry degree and singing at weddings to his…
    • Property market back with a bang as Rightmove records busiest ever day

      Property market back with a bang as Rightmove records busiest ever day

      Since being allowed to officially reopen on May 13, the property market has returned with a bang, according to Rightmove. The property portal reports that last Wednesday, May 27, it recorded its busiest ever day, with over six million visits – up 18% on the same Wednesday in 2019. It says that…
    • ‘Exciting’ new Cornish properties brought to the market as restrictions ease

      ‘Exciting’ new Cornish properties brought to the market as restrictions ease

      An estate agency based in Rock, North Cornwall, has said the recent easing of lockdown restrictions has led to a number of desirable properties going up for sale. Josephine Ashby of John Bray & Partners said: “Early spring tends to be the time we see a surge of new instructions in…
    • West Midlands boom – property pockets set to see a transport-inspired price boost

      West Midlands boom – property pockets set to see a transport-inspired price boost

      A leading Birmingham estate agent has highlighted the potential increase in property prices anticipated across the West Midlands market as a direct consequence of the region’s ongoing transport infrastructure upgrades. The West Midlands is currently undergoing extensive plans to transform transport infrastructure, with a number of current Metro extensions either planned…
    • Being prepared to pick up distressed real estate

      Being prepared to pick up distressed real estate

      Babrul Matin is the co-founder of the Islamic Investor, a specialist investment company which co-invests alongside real estate experts in the UK. He is a specialist trainer, coach, consultant and public speaker on property development, and has a particular interest in distressed properties.  Here, he explains why investors should consider these…
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