Picking the cherry

A recent Hometrack survey shows that 373,000 property transactions have been stalled as a consequence of the current lockdown, worth about £82bn

Sow & Reap

Interesting times.  Currently, we are being fed information regarding something we cannot see or have a grip off.  Therefore, we are lapping up all we are fed.  Even the official narrative does not make sense, even within its own narrative.

Currently, we are analysing a deal which has the double benefit of a healthy discount and is located in a growth area.   We expect to see a growth of about 7 years back to back for this location.  The property is a freehold and consists of commercial...

A deal has come into our radar in the NW of England.  The property consists of a commercial empty space and the site consists of about a quarter of an acre, with a building of about 1,500 sq. Ft. sitting on it.  The site is ripe for planning...

A deal has come into our radar in the NW of England.  The property consists of a commercial empty space and the site consists of about a quarter of an acre, with a building of about 1,500 sq. Ft. sitting on it.  The site is ripe for planning...

We have managed to secure another deal in an area of South East London that we are targeting. This is an area which we believe will have long term sustained growth, primarily due to a couple of reasons. One being the Crossrail, which, though...

A site we looked has a river running to the rear of it. The agent cheekily said ‘the property has river views but they’re not charging any extra for it’. Rather than this being a positive, it’s actually a hindrance. This makes the property in...

We just completed a bridging loan on Friday. Our remit from our client was, by hook or by crook, the deal must be done on that particular Friday. They had approached us after exchange, and when the completion had been set.

Since last week's article petrol prices have increased to 161.2p (at the time of writing), and are set to increase further. How much of this increase is due to actual reduction in supply and how much is from propaganda is debatable.

The current rise in the consumer price inflation is at 5.5%.  This is very high.  The bank base rate is currently 0.5% raised recently from its all-time low of 0.25%.  Petrol prices have increased from £1.23 per litre to currently £1.55 (at...

Currently, we are looking into a deal in a very pretty commuter belt village.  The property is a little odd in that it comprises of a whole block but it is being sold by way of a lease.  



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