Tuesday, 31 March 2015
Tuesday, 24 March 2015
|Nala has not been well but hopefully now fully recovered. I think she qualifies as having the longest Husky tongue in the world when she yawns.|
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
Forgive me for taking advantage of a BBC link but the full article is an interesting read.
The main points we both took from the article were some of the startlingly good figures for landlords.
In the last decade there have been substantial changes in the property market, as the article says, ten years ago 59% of 25 to 34 year olds owned their own home in England_ now it is 36%. Those buyers are now renting instead from landlords like you and me- 21% were doing that 10 years ago now its 46%! a huge shift in the market.
There is no sign of this trend changing. The ability of first time buyers to acquire a deposit is not about to change, they will continue to be a rare breed. Sale prices are strong and look set to continue being so, driven by investment buyers and the lack of supply. The younger generation no longer aspire to be homeowners in the same way we did, many see it as an unrealistic goal to achieve in the current climate.
Buying to let continues to look like a good retirement or investment plan. A good example of the right thing to buy has just come on to the market with us this morning.
|Holly drive, Aylesbury. £215,000.|
Rental demand for two bedroom houses is strong and you should see rent achievable around £800pcm, 4.4% gross yield.
If you are considering buying to let and want some straightforward advice please feel free to contact me at any time.
Ian Davies 01296 398555
Thursday, 5 March 2015
Rental demand for this location is strong and you can expect to achieve around £450.00 pcm in good order. That's a gross yield of more than 5.6%...a higher yield than for most property types in Aylesbury
Tuesday, 3 March 2015
Achievable rent around £800 giving a gross return of 4.3%, achieving £825 would take this to 4.5% so quite respectable. Modern house so low maintenance and will likely still be in good order whenever you come to sell with minimum outlay. A good investment for those trying to achieve a sensible yield and good capital growth prospects.
If you would like some advice about buying to let, be you a landlord with a portfolio or someone thinking of investing in the rental market, do what a number of other Aylesbury landlords do and visit the Aylesbury Property Blog where I discuss the Aylesbury property market, how Aylesbury compares with its neighbouring towns/ rivals, and at the same time, I can hopefully answer questions you may have . I don’t bite, I don’t do hard sell, I will just give you my honest and straight talking opinion. If you are ever passing, do pop in and see me at our office on Temple Street, Aylesbury or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone me on 01296 39 85 55.
If you are considering buying a property for investment in the near future in Aylesbury, I am always happy to give you my considered opinion on which property to buy (or not as the case may be) to give you what you want from your investment. You may be seeking capital growth, monthly yield or a measure of both, it is important to purchase the right product to suit your needs. If you are a landlord, new or old, I am certainly more than happy for you to pick up the phone (01296 398555), pop in to see me in temple Street or visit the Aylesbury Property Blog http://theaylesburypropertyblog.blogspot.co.uk/
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