Monthly Archives: December 2018

What type of residential property is best for retirement income?

Village, high-yield, or inner city? A new client, Scott, spoke to me a week or so ago and asked about property as a retirement income generator. He’d been told by his financial advisor that an annuity would provide the best and safest income in retirement. A friend of his had said that he’d be better […]

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Stevenage Property Investment Guide

At just 25 minutes from London by train, Stevenage is the perfect commuter town Stevenage is thriving right now. Set in the stunning Hertfordshire countryside the town has all the fundamentals buy-to-let investors are looking for. GlaxoSmithKline and MDBA are big employers in the area, so there’s plenty of demand for quality rentals from professional […]

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I want to enjoy retirement – how can I as a buy-to-let landlord?

Guaranteeing your rental income for retirement In my last two posts, you’ll have read about our client Scott, and his desire to create income when he retires. In the investment blog post titled “What type of residential property is best for retirement income?” we discussed three types of property that Scott was considering for investment. […]

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Kidbrooke Property Investment Guide

Out with the old. In with the brilliantOver the past six years Kidbrooke has undergone a terrific transformation into a place that people are truly proud to call home. The desirability of Kidbrooke is skyrocketing thanks to an ambitious £1bn regeneration scheme that has seen the demolition of the old Ferrier Estate to make way […]

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Hayes Property Investment Guide

Urban regeneration is making Greater London truly great – and Hayes is buzzing with growth potential Millions of pounds of investment As Crossrail prepares to bring fast and convenient connections between London and surrounding areas, many towns are benefiting from huge investment in urban regeneration. Hayes is one town that will undergo a massive transformation into a […]

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Cheltenham Property Investment Guide

The Gold Cup steeplechase contributes £50 million to the local economy Cheltenham offers the infrastructure advantages of a progressive and growing urban environment. Conveniently located off Junctions 10, 11 and 11a of the M5, and with rail links to London, it is also in close proximity to some of the UK’s most beautiful scenery.

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Is London house price growth set to bounce?

Reasons savvy investors are looking at London property again According to Hometrack, London’s house prices declined by 0.3% in the year to August 2018. While Brexit has been trumpeted as the main driver of slowing house price growth in the capital, the small reverse in average house price is in stark contrast to pre-EU Referendum […]

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