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The vaccine bounce: What does it mean?

Will Leyland, 18 November 2020

With the confirmation of a vaccine from Pfizer, the property market could be on its way to one its best years in decades.

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House prices rise as investors change their property preferences

Callum Ward, 13 November 2020

Are investors looking outside of city centres for their next buy-to-let property?

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Demand for UK property surges

Will Leyland, 20 August 2020

The recovery from the Coronavirus economic shock appears to be well underway, with many outlets now suggesting that the economy began to recover around early May, when the country was just about to begin emerging from lockdown conditions.

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Who’s paying for Coronavirus?

Will Leyland, 13 August 2020

As it turns out, shutting down the vast majority of your economy whilst ordering your entire population to stay indoors is an eye wateringly costly measure to take to stop a pandemic.

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The slump that never happened

Will Leyland, 05 August 2020

Going back as far as 10 years ago you’ll probably, at some point, find dire predictions of housing market catastrophe. A crash, a slump, a drip, the wording will be irrelevant; there’s something bad coming and there’s nothing you can do about it.

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First PBSA only lender launches

Will Leyland, 24 July 2020

It’s certainly been an interesting time for student property, and student property investors. With universities now putting plans in place for the coming academic year in September, things appear to be reaching some clarity as to what...

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Property as a pension

Will Leyland, 17 September 2020

It feels a little counterintuitive to be talking about the relative benefits and robust health of the property market in one of the worst economic downturns in history, but this year is one that has so far struggled...

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Blocking First Time Buyers will increase rents

Will Leyland, 11 September 2020

Free markets have a tendency to ebb and flow in strange ways, bringing with them unintended or unforeseen consequences and even situations that are a little hard to understand.

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Demand for UK property surges

Will Leyland, 20 August 2020

The recovery from the Coronavirus economic shock appears to be well underway, with many outlets now suggesting that the economy began to recover around early May, when the country was just about to begin emerging from lockdown conditions.

Read more...

Who’s paying for Coronavirus?

Will Leyland, 13 August 2020

As it turns out, shutting down the vast majority of your economy whilst ordering your entire population to stay indoors is an eye wateringly costly measure to take to stop a pandemic.

Read more...

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