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Are you Confused – Types of Estate Agents ?

I am going to briefly touch on what they are and how they differ. High street (Traditional) Hybrid Online High Street Don’t need to explain as these have been around since day dot.. Plus there are plenty of them on your local high streets.  Just walk in and pick your home. Online The major difference […]

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Section 21 under review- Big shake-up for landlords

The government will debate on abolishing section 21 evictions in England.  This would mean private landlords would no longer be able to evict tenants from their properties at short notice and without good reason.  Landlords have the right currently to get rid of tenants with as little as 2 months notice after a fixed-term contract […]

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40 Year Mortgages are becoming the norm.

Mortgages historically had a standard maximum term of 25 years, but due to recent reports homeowners are paying their mortgage well into their 70s.  Some 51% of mortgage deals available on the market have a standard maximum mortgage term of up to 40 years.  Why mortgage duration getting longer? Mortgages are getting longer due to […]

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First time in 7 years average house prices across England have fallen 0.7%

For the first time since 2012 average house prices across England have recorded an annual fall of 0.7%. This takes the average property in England down to £255,683.  This was driven by property values in London and the South East plummeting.   London house prices have fallen by 3.8% per cent annually in the first quarter […]

Is Property a Good Investment ?

Property is generally a good investment; it can generate on-going passive income and can be a very good long-term investment (typically prices go above 50% every 10 years).  People usually buying property as an investment use it as part of their overall strategy to build wealth.  So to get started you need to make sure you […]

UK House prices make surprise 5% rise in February.

UK house prices have defied the Brexit gloom by racking up their biggest monthly increase since records began in 1983. Adding more than £13,000 to the value of a typical home in the UK. Average Property price in the UK now £236,800 According to recent media reports, Halifax said the recent 5.9% increase seen in […]

Generation rent: is the housing ladder starting to collapse for the under 40s

House prices go up (up 2.8% compared to last year – typical cost of a home is now £236,800). Levels of home ownership have gone down. Recent media reports, more than half of those under 40 will be living in rented properties by 2025. The growth of private renting among young people over recent decades […]

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Guide to buying a home

First thing first: what is a mortgage? A mortgage is a loan used to buy a property. But, it differs from other kinds of loan in three ways: It’s typically has a longer term – traditionally, most mortgages run for 25years. However, the term can be shorter or longer depending on a number of factors, […]

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5 Tips to prepare for your property purchase

In a nutshell How much you can borrow will depend on an affordability assessment. Being in control of your spending improves your chances of getting approved.  The bigger your deposit, the more affordable your mortgage will be.  Shop around and compare offers before you commit to a mortgage.  Before you apply for a mortgage, it’s […]

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Average Rent in the UK rose by 2.5% in January 2019

Rent has risen in the UK by 2.5% in January compared to the same month a year ago. The Average monthly rent now stands at £932 Month. While rents in London increased by 3.7% in January this year compared to January 2018. The average rent in London now stands at £1,588 a month. When London […]

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Investing in property involves risk. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and historic performance is not a guide for future performance. Any projections of future performance are based on all information known at the time of share investment or loan, and internal calculations and opinions of Bunce Crowd. These are subject to change and are not guarantees and should not be relied upon as such. Risks include the total loss of your share investment or loan, variable rental income due to property not being rented or a depressed rental market, and inability to sell your share investment or loan due to lack of a buyer.

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