Freezing temperatures, icy roads and a dumping of the white stuff have struck almost the whole of the country over the past week. One thing most people tend to forget about during spells of cold weather is their home.The Big Freeze can do real damage to y
It's almost spring - the clocks go forward, the evenings are lighter and, most importantly, summer is just around the corner. But spring also brings with it one final challenge for the discerning homeowner or landlord... a good old-fashioned tidy-up and d
There may be uncertainty in the market, largely due to Britain's impending exit from the European Union, but property remains the best way to save for retirement, according to a whopping 49% of people.
February is the month of love, with Valentine's Day just around the corner, and it's time to reflect on how you met the love of your life and make plans for the future. But why should humans get all the affection? Your property deserves some romance as we
HMOs last year produced the highest average yields of all buy-to-let properties at a very healthy 8.9%. And despite falling below 9% for the first time since 2011, HMO properties were comfortably ahead of multi-unit blocks on 8.1%.
Buy-to-let tax benefits are still good to the tune of almost £17bn, despite government changes to the system set to come into force by 2020. Tthe government's phased scheme reducing relief on mortgage interest will continue to shrink in the coming years.
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.
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.
The state-backed Pension Protection Fund has reported a massive £408bn deficit, putting at risk the retirement incomes of many UK workers. But property investment could provide a way out for those struggling to find an income during retirement.
Buy-to-let landlords could need a deposit of 40pc to get a mortgage across the UK. Research by Property Partner has found that prospective lending criteria from the Bank of England could 'lock out' landlords in 59 of 85 researched towns and cities.