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  • Deal Finding

    Anatomy of a property hotspot - 12 indicators

    Perhaps I should add "Deliveroo" to the list?

    It appears that access to Deliveroo also now helps make a place desirable to live!

    According to fresh research, 79% of Brits believe that good food delivery options are a high priority when choosing a new home, so perhaps this is something else landlords should add to their due diligence check list when assessing a prospective rental property?!

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    Interesting article on timing when to invest in regeneration areas:

    “Knowing when to invest is just as important as knowing where,” says Simon Clarke, director of independent property service Acentus Real Estate.

    “Urban regeneration schemes can take decades to complete and not all investors want to wait that long to realise fully the profits of their investment. That’s why it’s key to look at each particular regeneration area in detail, to understand the varying factors at play and to consider the kind of development that is likely to reap the most rewards when it comes to capital growth.”

    With this in mind, Clarke recommends identifying investment opportunities that benefit from the work taking place in multiple regeneration zones, all with varying timescales. The investor can, as a result, realise a profit even if they withdraw their investment before work in each of the zones is completed, with the impact of the various works still combining to drive up property prices in the area of overlap.

    “It’s also important to consider the likely future demand for the investment – who will the property attract in terms of tenants?” Clarke added. “How attuned is it with the future focus and vibe of the nearby regeneration areas? All of this comes into play when choosing the right property in which to invest.”

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