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    • Insight: Is the tide turning for London’s rental market?

      Insight: Is the tide turning for London’s rental market?

      The pandemic has undoubtedly shaken the market for buying and selling, with national house prices on the rise with no signs of slowing just yet. The rental market across London, however, has been somewhat different, with rents dropping over the last few months and demand down year-on-year in Q2 2021, according…
    • Revealed – Airbnb hosts ramp up prices by 300% during popular seasons

      Revealed – Airbnb hosts ramp up prices by 300% during popular seasons

      Throughout the year people looking to enjoy a local or international getaway rely on services such as Airbnb. Homestays for cabin houses, holiday rentals, and tourism activities can be booked through the online marketplace. A recent survey conducted by money.co.uk, however, discovered during major events and public holidays Airbnb owners are charging…
    • Banishing the blues – is it time for the Aberdeen property market to shine?

      Banishing the blues – is it time for the Aberdeen property market to shine?

      It’s famous for oil, football, the North Sea chill and granite, but Scotland’s third biggest city – and the UK’s 39th most built-up area – is often overlooked in favour of high-profile neighbours Glasgow and Edinburgh. That may be starting to change from a property perspective, though, as Aberdeen’s market bounces back…
    • Mallorca magic – property demand at an all-time high

      Mallorca magic – property demand at an all-time high

      Mallorca’s real estate market is in high demand. Factors such as its vaccination drive and the enduring allure of the Mediterranean lifestyle are seen as what is behind the ongoing interest in the island’s properties. Real estate company, Engel & Völkers Mallorca, have reported hugely positive numbers for their turnover for…
    • Top tips for getting the best out of property auctions

      Top tips for getting the best out of property auctions

      Property auctions provide the perfect opportunity for investors, whether you’re looking to add to your portfolio or release some capital.  As a buyer, you can be confident that the sellers are fully committed, that you can’t be gazumped and completion will take place within a fixed time frame of just a few weeks….
    • Revealed – where are the cheapest Euro property hotspots for sunshine?

      Revealed – where are the cheapest Euro property hotspots for sunshine?

      A holiday home abroad is a dream for many, while others like the idea of an investment property in the sun, bringing in a good income each year. For many years, Brits have been snapping up properties in hot countries like Spain, Italy and Portugal in search of either a…
    • On the up and up: BTR investments beat previous records

      On the up and up: BTR investments beat previous records

      Letting agent Ascend Properties recently described Build to Rent (BTR) as the future of renting, and an analysis of data from the first quarter of 2021 reveals a recent increase in investments in the sector. The estimated total price of BTR investments from 2012 to the present was analysed by Ascend Properties….
    • Fighting back – action groups launched to tackle housing crisis

      Fighting back – action groups launched to tackle housing crisis

      Over 25 major firms have come together to combat the UK’s housing crisis by forming action groups to tackle present and future problems. The task force is led by Nationwide Building Society and it’s a mutual effort to solve the UK’s long-standing housing problems which have been exacerbated due to…
    • Auction roundup – from public toilets to historic wineries

      Auction roundup – from public toilets to historic wineries

      This week’s auction roundup sees record toppers from Bond Wolfe Auctions and Strettons, a particularly unusual lot on sale via Pugh, and a momentous South African winery for sale with High Street Auctions. Northwich public toilets up for auctions at Pugh A public toilet block in Weaverham, near Northwich, has been put up…
    • Staycation surge offers 'silver lining' for holiday investors

      Staycation surge offers 'silver lining' for holiday investors

      With schools breaking up for the summer, holiday let owners are bracing for a boom in bookings as many shun travelling abroad due to ongoing uncertainty surrounding foreign holidays.  According to brand new research from Sykes Holiday Cottages, three in five (62%) are planning to enjoy a staycation as their main break this year, up from 50% in 2019, prior to the pandemic. The Sykes Staycation Index…
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