Entries by Nirav

#Budget2014 – impact on UK property market

Chancellor George Osborne today showcased the UK Budget for 2014. The main question is how will it impact the UK property market and effect you, the investor. Points of interest are Stamp Duty, Help to Buy, new housing, savings and taxes.   Stamp Duty Nothing much changes for the average private homeowner, or small time […]

Development Projects Needed

We have clients waiting with finance ready for development projects. From small refurbishments and derelict houses to larger development sites too. Office to residential conversions, house to flat conversions. Demolish and rebuild. We have expertise in planning and contractual work. Location preferred: -London -South East -Midlands -Cities, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool Project Values: £250k to […]

UK Property Market Update – Winter 2013

The UK property bubble is building The average family home is up £5,583 and London properties have increased by more than £7,000.UK property prices went up by £7,430 in October Average sale price in London is now £404,199 Help to Buy scheme is inflating prices Rents increase 11% to £785pm, 41% of the average UK wage. In […]

UK Student Housing has better returns than residential & commercial

Student Housing: Is it a good investment? This week Savills published their student housing report. Here are some key findings from that report and some of personal experience and observations from working with our clients. “Student housing continues to perform well as an asset class with higher yields than both residential and commercial property” – Savills In […]

UK Property Lending now available

Mortgage approvals help property market activity After a few years of stagnation in the UK property market due to lack of lending  it seems there is some light finally. On Thursday 20th June the Guardian reported: Mortgage lending jumped 21% in May, the sharpest rise since October 2008, suggesting Britain’s housing market once again has a spring in […]