By Ashley Osborne Jan 7, 2022
By PropTech Pioneer Jan 7, 2022
By Ashley Osborne Nov 18, 2021 0 comment
The government’s official independent forecaster, the OBR expects UK house prices to rise by 22.7% by the end of 2026. Why have house prices risen so sharply and why will they continue to grow? Positive signs for UK Investors as OBR forecasts 22% growth in House Prices The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) published...
By Ashley Osborne Nov 11, 2021 0 comment
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 Nov 3, 2021 0 comment
The world is 5:1 down at half time in its battle against climate change, according to Boris Johnson. As the UK hosts this years COP26, the real estate industry will no doubt be thinking about what it can do to reduce its impact on the planet. And no doubt many property developers and agents...
By PropTech Pioneer Oct 29, 2021 0 comment
Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021 Residential property investors were able to breathe a sigh of relief after yesterday’s budget as the Chancellor delivered a very much ‘neutral budget’ for property investors. With no changes to income tax on property investment, investors can take advantage of a robust housing market. With rising rents and...
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%...
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Nov 22, 2021
As a property investor, there are two measures you should consider...