Our Crowdfunding campaign on Invesdor.com has now reached an incredible 50% of our target investment amount after only a couple of weeks!
When you decide to buy or rent a property, your first thought will likely be a house or a flat. But have you ever considered the idea of living in a houseboat? This is becoming an increasingly popular way to live, and it could be a great option for you.
In the UK where there is a distinct shortage of homes for the population Government schemes have encouraged some much needed activity in the new-build sector in recent years. While for some a newly built home is exactly what they want, investors might not be 100% certain that it’s the best option for them.
For many years, it didn’t make a huge amount of difference whether people had an investment plan in place before they bought a property. Until 2004 for some and for others up to the credit crunch, average prices had enjoyed a rapid journey upwards, giving virtually everyone who owned property an excellent return. The level of rental income was not overly important because the capital gain was so good.
2016 may well go down as the year when political decisions have had the most influence on the ups and downs of the property market.
Buy-to-let property investment has always been a popular choice for those who would rather have tangible-real world assets that they can control and preserve themselves than shares in an unpredictable stock market. However, no investment is fool-proof, and you need to work to build and protect your buy-to-let nest egg. The following tips may help you do just that.
If you’ve ever watched the popular TV programme Homes Under Hammer you’ll know where we’re coming from when we say auctions are a place of high tension, excitement and a great place to pick up a bargain – even when it comes to property.
At Ezylet, we are committed to simplifying the process of finding or renting a property – making the property market better.
House prices have been in the news a lot lately, and many landlords who bought properties a decade ago have done very well because prices have continued to rise over the years.
Our Crowdfunding campaign is now LIVE on Invesdor.com and over the course of just a few days we’ve already raised 32% of our target amount.
As many of you will know, the world’s stock markets haven’t started 2016 too well.
As Buy-to-Let (BTL) investors contend with the new tax rules regarding their property purchases there has been some more welcome news in the form of relevant mortgage products – there are more of them on the market.
Leeds has become the UK’s latest regional property investment hotspot, as overseas investors are making the most of the weaker pound by looking outside of London for property opportunities.
Rental prices have been rocketing in London, and they have now reached an all-time record – which is not good news for tenants desperate for a place to live. But why are rents going up so much? And will they keep on rising or is there an end in sight? Here's a look at what's going on.
As house prices continue to rise and the latest figures from Markit Economics show residential housebuilding slowed to the lowest level in over two-and-a-half years, you could be forgiven for thinking that house buyers would take a breather after years of rising prices and wait-and-see if house price growth might slow, or even disappear altogether!
New investors often see new builds as a safe bet for buy-to-let, but are they really the best investment? For those looking to buy a home for the first time, whether as an investment or to rent it out, there are a couple of key questions that need to be asked and answered to be able to understand what exactly constitutes a smart investment.
When you’re considering purchasing an investment property, price is among the most important factors. That’s because this is an investment, something you are hoping to make money out of either over a long-term or short-term basis.
The introduction of a New Year will often mean that we look for new things to pop into our lives over the course of the next 12 months.
Whether or not you decide to furnish your new buy to let property depends on many factors.