7 Decidedly Different Homes Under The Hammer
The thorny issue of “wear and tear” … interior decor the major culprit.
Why Garages Are The Hot New Property Development Kids On The Block
If I don’t have a tenancy agreement do I have to pay rent?
UK property prices and data October 2013
HMRC Disclosure Form DO2 Delays
SAFEagents back Gas Safety Week 2014
A preliminary look at Sarah Teather’s Tenancies (Reform) Bill
BTL > Extend existing property?
Imfuna Founder, Jax Kneppers, interviewed by Property Tribes
DCLG pledges support for SAFEagent at NALS Conference 2014
Tenancies (Reform) Bill on retaliatory (revenge) evictions fails
Market comment – Principally Speaking
My Partner has Died Without Leaving a Will - What will I Get?
HMRC Let Property Campaign – A Testimonial
Autumn Market Comment – Crying Wolf!
First Time Buyers Bite on Forty Year Mortgages
A Costly Mistake – Marley V Rawlings Continued
NALS Chair and CEO sum up successful annual Conference.
Loathsome lodgers legging without paying landlords?
UK rental prices and data October 2013
Capital Gains Tax on ALL property sales?
Property market comment – Summer 2014
Features of partnering with PropertyTribes as a sponsor.
How SAFEagent is making a difference
10 reasons why it’s G-R-E-A-T to be a Landlord!
NALS Conference Highlights 2014
UK property prices and data August 2013
New laws to dictate that landlords only let to "legal" immigrants.
(22-08-2013 10:02 AM)vanessa warwick Wrote: The Telegraph have come up with this list.
I thought it would be interesting to scrutinise their choices, hear from investors with properties in these areas, and discuss the reasoning behind reaching the conclusion that these are the best places to invest in Britain.
A 4.3 per cent year-on-year price rise is reported for Wales, which previously saw some of the UK’s largest house price falls during the recession. “Activity in July was much better than in June,” says Nigel Jones of John Francis Estate Agents in Carmarthen. “Sales agreed were up by eight per cent, and sales exchanged by 11 per cent.”