Despite Brexit, the global demand for higher education places for students seeking to study in the UK is set to rise overall by 2020, with an increase of 870,000 higher education students, boosting demand for high-end accommodation in university cities. Image courtesy of Studentcribs While UK student numbers have stabilised, the number of international students […]
Nottingham based MS Estates has acquired a student property portfolio in Nottingham worth £3.25m on behalf of a London based institution.
24% of parents with school age children have either bought or rented a new property in order to secure an address within their desired school catchment area, according to research from Santander Mortgages.
With the rise of online agent’s listings by the day and fall of what some high street agents are charging why should anyone pay more than a cheap fixed fee?
NatWest has announced that it will introduce several three figure rate reductions on its core range BTL deals as well as cutting the product fees by £1,000 on several buy-to-let mortgages.
New data and analysis, undertaken by Barratt Homes, envisions regions of the UK as just a single street, breaking down the population into four housing types; terraced, detached, semi-detached and flat/maisonette. It also attributes current average values to each property type.
Iain Duncan Smith is a former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, founded the Centre for Social Justice, and is MP for Chingford and Woodford Green.
At a time when a high number of tenancies turnover – particularly in the student rental market – the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks is reminding landlords of the importance of a professionally compiled third party inventory.
New research from the Federation of Master Builders has revealed that to avoid the risk of being stuck with a cowboy, home owners ideally should book their builder at least 4 months in advance.
Peter Izard of Investec writes: You would be forgiven for believing that people with big incomes probably require modest or even no mortgage funding. However, contrary to popular belief, a large percentage of high net worth borrowers do require mortgages, usually because their wealth is tied-up in investments and other assets that either can’t be […]