News 2018-01-31T10:05:29+00:00

House Prices in Nottingham – Where are they heading?

It’s fair to say that a lot has happened with house prices in Nottingham during 2018. We've seen continuing shifts in tenant demographics, increasing tenant demand , better rental yields and also perhaps the busiest year we've had to date. Most recently however, the licensing of over 35,000 rental properties by both Nottingham City and Gedling Borough council marks an [...]

By | January 15th, 2019|Categories: Market Insights|Tags: |0 Comments

Rent Arrears – How to deal with them effectively

We’ve all heard the horror stories of landlords with significant rent arrears. So much so that TV programmes such as “Can’t Pay, We'll Take It Away”, “Nightmare Tenants, and Slum Landlords” have increased in their popularity in recent years. Fortunately, the reality is that in most cases it’s actually quite rare for your tenants to stop paying their rent. After [...]

By | December 4th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Selective Licensing to be enforced in Nottingham

Like it or not, Selective Licensing in Nottingham is fast approaching. It would appear that Nottingham City Council have now released their final communications surrounding the scheme. The application process opens on the 1st July and applicants will have until the 1st August to submit their application. Failure to submit an application for a licence is an offence and can [...]

Understanding changes in stricter buy to let lending

30th September 2017 witnessed a sea change in financing rules for buy to let. New PRA (Prudential Regulation Authority) guidelines were introduced for landlords. But many affected are unaware of what is to happen. The rulings were particularly focused on buy to let landlords and lending requirements. One Savings Bank carried out a survey of 200 buy to let landlords [...]

By | December 31st, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , |0 Comments

House Prices 2018 – Crash or Boom?

Experts have warned that we could see a massive 40 per cent fall in UK house prices in 2018. The Professor of Economic Geography at LSE has cautioned that the property market is on the brink of a collapse. The plummet echoes that of a similar crash Britain faced in the 1990s.   What could a house prices crash mean [...]

By | November 12th, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |6 Comments