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Landlord’s Requirements are set to change. It will become increasingly important for property investors to consider the ‘green’ credentials of their property portfolio. For some time, we have been highlighting that environmental efficiency should be a primary consideration for investors as they look at different property investments. Until now, it has just made good...
By PropTech Pioneer Oct 19, 2021 0 comment
With inflation rising and an interest rate rise expected for the first time in over 3 years, we look at why investors use property as a hedge against inflation. On 15 September 2021, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published data showing that the twelve-month inflation of the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) was 3.25%...
By PropTech Pioneer Oct 7, 2021 0 comment
Over the past 18 months, the ‘mass’ migration of people leaving the UK’s cities and heading to the country for a ‘better life’ has been widely reported by the media. More internal space for home offices and home schooling, more outside space for exercise and wellbeing, a stay-at-home policy from the government and a...
By Nina Davies Oct 6, 2021 0 comment
At PropTech Pioneer we typically provide advice and information for investors buying new build property off-plan. Most new build developments are sold with leasehold apartments, rather than with a share of freehold. Because older apartments in converted houses can be sold with a share of freehold, we are frequently asked what share of freehold...
By Ashley Osborne Sep 27, 2021 0 comment
Want to know more about Lease Extension 2021? If you own a leasehold property, you own a lease over part of the building. The lease is granted to you by the landlord (the freeholder) who is the person who owns the building and the land the building sits on. You will have a lease...
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By Ashley Osborne
Nov 22, 2021
As a property investor, there are two measures you should consider...