Auctions go with 'bargains' like cheese on toast and the added bonus? No chains, with buyer and vendor immediately signing legal contracts as soon as the hammer drops. Here are Martin & Co's top tips for buying at the auction house.
Isn't it amazing how it always creeps up on us? What I'm talking about is...time, of course! Here we are, at the end of another year having had to keep up with the many developments afoot in the ever-evolving world of property and being a landlord.
The lettings scene in the capital has moved in a very pragmatic direction, with the tenants of 2017 being more about 'Need, Need, Need' than 'Location, Location, Location'. Thinking with your head is the new diving in with your heart, it seems.
Christmas is just around the corner, which means that, if you haven't already, it's time to start decking the halls and getting your property feeling festive. If you're a tenant living in a rental property, we have some top tips
The introduction of stricter underwriting criteria has made life tougher for landlords taking out buy-to-let mortgages, but lenders may offer more flexibility to those locking into longer term fixed rates.
Before even beginning to have to think about your selling your property you may want to maximise its value. To get the best out of your property you might want to consider fixing structural damages and enhancing the designs of the room. Th
Rock bottom mortgage rates have made owning a home much more affordable, but when choosing which deal to go for there are several factors homebuyers need to consider besides the rate. London & Country explain.
A growing number of buy-to-let landlords are diversifying their portfolios by investing in semi-commercial property in order to protect their investments from higher levels of taxation, according to Roma Finance, the specialist bridging finance lender.
A survey of students in Birmingham has discovered that over 44 per cent of respondents claim to have paid what the organisers call â€˜hiddenâ€™ fees to letting agents.
The average asking price rise for homes coming to the market in the last month has been a chunky 1.3 per cent - the same as March 2015, when the market was being fuelled by frantic purchasing of buy to let property ahead of the stamp duty surcharge deadli
Contrary to a number of trends identified by lettings organisations and surveys of tenants, an insurance firm is claiming that tenancies lasting over five years are less common than they have been in the recent past.