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Hi Donald, There are some correlations in both the markets. Although the UK residential market is internationally driven by world macro economic and political factors and the London property market plays a big role in UK economics. The residential property scenario in U.K is the seller's forte. Due to a lack of available property on the market and an unstable share market there's been a steady increase in the price of the residential investment property for sale. The future for the London property- http://www.plazaestates.co.uk/properties-to-rent/information-for-tenants market does look bright. Experienced property investors will have their ears to the ground waiting for true signs that the London property market is heating up.
Some years ago a motorbike I owned was stolen and it ended up in the hands of a scrap metal type company who sent me a letter saying that they had found it and wanted to charge me rent for keeping on their property. This is a well know scam a long with various vehicle scrapping scams which the police don't seem to interested in dealing with. Theft is theft however it is disguised. With your situation it depends how much you earn I think. I suppose you should be administering your 'business' and dealing with the tax aspect but whether tax is due or not depends on your income. When I spoke to the police about the scam, they said the only thing you can do is contact the tax department. Companies like that are likely evading taxes also. The point is that unless someone grasses on you, no one will worry about it.
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Hi Russell, Definitely prices will go up rapidly in the occurrence of Olympic event. With the London property market on the road to recovery, more property investors are looking to invest in it. In addition to the progress being made on the sports venues and games facilities, developers are building a number of new houses and apartments. Meanwhile, various transport infrastructural improvements are making good progress.
Hi David, There are prime locations such as Mayfair, Kensington, Marylebone and Marble Arch where you would get good transportation facilities, required amenities and these areas are highly secure too. These areas have seen something of revival in the past few years, with many new constructions of flats and apartments. You should conduct an accommodation search through real estate agents to facilitate your purchase. For example Plaza Estates can provide you complete information about rentals as well as apartments for sale in every area of the city.
Hi David, According to figures of the real estate firms around 54 percent of people say that they would need to borrow money in order to put down any sort of deposit to buy flats in London. With a typical entry level property costing around £250,000, this would mean having to find £32,500 - in addition to stamp duty, legal fees and removal costs. For the average London property - now more than £350,000 - the deposit would be £45,500, plus £10,500 in stamp duty.
Hello Mancuso, London property agent charges often lack transparency and there is great variation. Their charges mainly depend on the area you choose. Also their reputation matters a lot, with around 20% of agents refusing to disclose their fees over the phone or via email. Only a few select agencies disclose their charges on their website. The survey also found that estate agent fees here are the highest in the country. Sellers are paying on average almost £7,000 in fees including VAT based on the average property price of £342,749 as well.
Hi, Recently, when I was searching for property in London, I came across a website Plazaestates.co.uk where I found a great many properties for sale and rental purposes as well. They provide multiple listing services to their clients that might help in selling your home, if you live there.
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The bank manager is unlikely to be able To give you any advice, and only has access to the bank products. The IFA or mortgage broker will have access to hundreds of schemes. Often the IFA fees can be offset by any commission paid by the lender for introducing your business. Why not try the bank, then see the adviser/broker and see if they can better the banks deal, taking account of any fees you may have to pay? I am sure you will find the broker offers better value. Paul Skinner PKS - Mortgage & Insurance Experts pks.org.uk