Monthly Archives: May 2009

Where’s the real value in your property?

The real value in property I had the pleasure the other day to be the guest lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford. It was the final lecture of the final year for students in the Building Surveying Degree. One of the questions that came up during the presentation was ‘Where’s the real value in […]

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Property Investment News – 6 indicators of the recession easing off

Is the recession easing? Everyone seems to be talking about the ‘green roots’ of recovery. In particular, we’ll take a look at this week’s top 6 indicators. This week’s property investment news update But first off, should you need a license to be a landlord? The government’s plan for compulsory landlord registration could mean for […]

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