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Adding Value to Your Investments In Hampstead and Beyond

Posted on May 31st, 2017.

With the raft of new regulations and changes in the taxation rules for Buy-to-Let, it’s a fair assumption that the margins of Investors are being hit from almost every angle. However, there are still ways to maximise the return of your investment(s) depending on what type of property you own with a combination of creativity […]

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152% Return for Hampstead Buy To Let landlords in 15 years!

Posted on May 26th, 2017.

Buy to let is essentially different from investing in stocks and shares or putting money in the Building Society. Whilst these other investments (Building Society Passbooks, Stocks and Shares, etc) are passive  i.e. once the  money has been invested it you leave it alone, with buy to let, things are more hands on, in fact […]

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Hampstead Property Market – What is Really Happening To House Prices?

Posted on May 19th, 2017.

I had an interesting conversation with a local Hampstead accountant the other day. He is quite an observant chap (I know this because I have known him for a few years  … but I suppose you have to be if you’re an accountant!). He knew property values had decreased in the area over the past […]

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Hampstead Property Market: A Game of Two Halves?

Posted on May 12th, 2017.

Even with the General Election on the horizon property values in Hampstead are still 1.41% higher than they were 3 months ago. The diversion and ambiguity of an election typically makes house sellers who need to sell, price their property more realistically (although this only lasts a couple of months). Looking specifically at it from […]

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What will the General Election result do to the Hampstead Property Market?

Posted on May 5th, 2017.

After the sudden announcement of the Conservatives for a snap General Election. Modern political wisdom has urged caution on Prime Ministers calling early elections with the last one being in 1974, under the leadership of Ted Heath. This was largely in response to the Oil Crisis that followed the Arab-Israeli war, the three day week […]

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