If you’ve been debating selling your London property, but are still on the fence
about it, there are some good reasons why it’s worth opting to do so in 2019.
In this post, we highlight the issues affecting the property market and why it
could be a good idea to sell your London
property this year.
If you own a flat with a short leasehold, or are considering buying one, is it a good move? We take a look at some of the key issues surrounding short leasehold flats and whether owning one could be problematic.
The repossession of property isn’t the cheeriest of topics to think
about, but it is important to be aware of the facts when it comes to
repossessed property. If you own property and don’t keep up with your mortgage
payments, repossession is a real threat.
Are you concerned about selling your house? Do you want to avoid getting stuck in a long chain, or reduce the risk of a sale going through? The good news is that it is possible to simplify the house selling process, so that the stress and uncertainty are no longer part of the equation, and we’ve got the lowdown on how it’s done.
If you’re planning to relocate for a new job, to meet family needs or to change your lifestyle, then what will happen to your old property? There are various options available, each with their own pros and cons, so here’s an insight into some of the key possibilities available to you.
If you’re currently a buy-to-let landlord, or are thinking of investing in property to rent out, then are you up to date with your knowledge on local landlord licensing? With a growing number of councils in the UK introducing more licensing rules and regulations, it’s important to ensure you’re on the ball and in the know. Here’s an insight into what all buy-to-let landlords need to know abut local licensing.
If you’ve got a new job abroad or are emigrating overseas to be nearer family, there’s a lot to think about. We’ve got the lowdown on what you need to know if you’re selling up in the UK and moving abroad.
As a property owner, you’re unlikely to want to dwell on the issue of property repossessions. But in a world where finances and circumstances can change and tumble beyond our control, it’s best not to bury your head in the sand – especially if things aren’t going to plan financially. In fact, by being aware of the facts about property repossessions, you could even help save your home from being repossessed.
The sale of my property was well managed with regular communication and advice and support provided throughout the process. The company also provided legal support through one of their panel solicitors which was professional friendly and reassuring during what was a complex sale. They are trustworthy and reliable and I would recommend this company to anyone looking to sell their property. Thank you for making this a much easier process. R. Mangal, Leyton, London, E10