Property Investor Guides for UK
These guides are intended to provide information to people who are thinking about investing in property and to hopefully give these new landlords some thought-provoking ideas and calculation charts that will hopefully encourage them to better research their plans in a way that will lead them into making better-informed decisions when purchasing an investment property.
The guides that we have currently available are shown below and can be opened by clicking on the heading.
Over the last 40 years or so UK residential property values have steadily increased and given people who purchased their own homes a very favourable long term return. It has been against this value appreciating background that since around 1996, people started to seriously purchase property to rent out.
When people think about what is meant by investing in property they normally only think in terms of wealth creation. Although this is usually the majority reason it is far from being the only reason. Certainly money is usually a factor but not necessarily the accumulation of money as often there are other determining factors that come into the equation.
Expats who thinking of entering the buy to let (BTL) market in the UK often take advantage of the many new build developments becoming available to acquire a property that gives them the security of knowing that everything is new and will generally covered by building guarantees for a good number of years to come. This will give Expats peace of mind .
Expats who thinking of entering the buy to let (BTL) market in the UK often take advantage of the many new build developments becoming available to acquire a property that gives them the security of knowing that everything is new and will generally covered by building guarantees for a good number of years to come.
UK expats who are considering buying property in the UK for investment into the buy to let (BTL) market and those UK expats who already own portfolios of buy to let (BTL) properties should familiarise themselves with the opportunities for both buying property and disposing of property that auction houses can provide.
For the UK expat buying property in the UK, it is important to note that each of the individual countries making up the United Kingdom each have slightly different laws and rules that affect how property title is held. England Wales and Northern Ireland operate in a very similar way in that property is held as freehold or leasehold but Scotland is different.