Capital growth, rental income and flipping property. We talk through Investing in Birmingham Buy to let.
The 2017 Spring Budget began with Chancellor Hammond saying that the British economy has shown a robust level of growth and that this growth has confounded the commentators who predicted doom and gloom in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.
Most expectations are that this will be a reserved budget from Chancellor Phillip Hammond, in what could be the last important Spring Budget for a while. This is because Hammond has decided to move all major announcements to the Autumn Budget schedule, but there will still be a number of big announcements in this budget. Here is what to expect from the Spring Budget of 2017.
There will be an argument put forward that the estate agency industry hasn’t changed much over the years and in some regards, this is correct. The estate agent has the aim of bring people and properties together, offering guidance and support.
The estate agent needs to provide a good standard of customer service, legal advice and marketing and negotiating skills on behalf of their clients. The ultimate aims of the role haven’t changed much but of course, the way that individual estate agents work and how the market operates in general have changed considerably.
Having entered 2016 with optimism and all signs pointing at a buoyant market – the outlook was good! Little did the nation know what 2016 had in store for them.
From Brexit to tax relief for landlords, we’ll run you through what happened in 2016 and what is likely in store for 2017.
It has been another great year for the property market and in particular our clients in the Midlands. In the last year our average client has benefited from their home rising in value by over 5.2%.
Ours is a small gift. If by any chance you are looking to upsize, or downsize next year then we will add up to a further 4.6% to your sale price. Our trademarked concept has outperformed all Birmingham estate agents (as per Get Agents) to rank us No.1 for price & service performance.
The days are now shorter, the nights are longer and it’s finally getting colder, so it is definitely time to prepare your home for winter, especially if you are planning to sell. The last thing you want is prospective buyers walking into a cold and damp home with leaking taps.
With years of experience, Love Your Postcode has prepared a step by step guide on how to prepare your home for sale during the winter months.
In his first Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond aims to increase productivity and create greater stability for businesses.
Here is a round-up of the announcements made that concern the property sector: