The best way to get ahead in property investing is by setting strategies and making sure you have achievable goals along the way.  However, the way that is best for you will change over time, so you need to review your strategy on a regular basis to keep up with the changing market.

Building successful strategies will help you succeed whatever the property market is doing.

We have brought together the top UK property experts to cover the various strategies that you can implement to grow your property portfolio.  We also have a fantastic range of resources to help you with your investing strategy.

To summarise, ensure you focus and decide on your property strategy or niche area. Immerse yourself and totally understand that chosen strategy. Finally, get educated and perhaps learn from somebody who has done it before

Plumbing and Building Considerations for People Wanting to Renovate

In many ways, there has never been a better time to invest in improving your property.This is thanks largely to an increasingly robust property market in the UK, with house prices set to increase by an impressive 7% next year, despite the sustained uncertainty surrounding Brexit and stagnant real wage growth. This growth is particularly prominent in vibrant regional cities such as Birmingham and Manchester, and if you live in these areas you may well be keen on improving your property with a view to adding value.There are certain plumbing and building considerations that you need to pay attention to when renovating your home, however, including the following: 1. Single-storey Extensions Nearly Always Require Planning Permission One of the most popular home-improvement projects involves an extension, which can cost up to £19,500 while delivering an estimated ROI of 71%. You need to know that while single-storey extensions of three metres...
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Sourcing the right property

It seems very self-explanatory but make sure you buy in an area of demand, ensure you have good local employment and good transport links. I have learnt from my mistakes, I took a punt on a few houses when I first started investing in HMO's that aren't in a typical room let area & although they do get filled it's never that quick and cash-flow is the name of the game (rooms sitting empty for months on end really hurts). Do your research, look at demand on spare room.When looking for properties source through agents, I cannot express enough the gains of having a good agent on your side. We have got to the stage now where some of the agents we work with don't even bother doing viewings with us anymore, they just give us the keys to the property (often before it goes to market) so that we...
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Tiles of the Time: balancing style with functionality

For some, outfitting a new house or apartment is about gadgets and functionality, but for many of us, it comes down to décor and tile design.From those seeking the minimalist modernity of Apollo and Loft, to the buyer looking to capture past antiquity with a roman-style mosaic, many of us fall somewhere along this spectrum.But for those of us drawn towards the more striking and traditional tiles for our homes and hallways, forgoing modern technology and underfloor heating installations has often been the compromise we have been expected to make.However, some companies recognise the importance of integrating different tile plans from one room of the house to the other, Tons of Tiles has also come to address this long-faced dilemma by ensuring that your underfloor heating and tiles of choice work together with ease.As underfloor heating also provides the added benefit of forgoing the need for radiators in what can be...
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The UK Buy to Let Market - Incentives and Education key for sustainable future

There’s been no shortage of change in the UK over recent years and private landlords may well be wishing for a break from it all. At the same time, the fact that the UK continues to have a severe lack of housing supply, coupled with strong demand means that there is still a case for buy-to-let investment. Here are three key issues, which could determine whether or not this investment area performs well over the forthcoming years.    Recognition that there are generational differences in attitudes to housingSome aspirations are pretty much timeless, for example the desire to find a life partner and to have children. Many aspirations, however, change between generations, often in line with changes in technology, which lead to changes in lifestyle. Up until relatively recently, most people born in the UK would typically spend most, if not all of their lives here, certainly their working lives.Over recent...
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Understanding the Common Area Factor: Rental vs Useable Square Feet

When renting commercial space, it makes perfect sense for you to understand certain terms, such as the difference between rentable and usable square footage, to help you get the best deal.  Not knowing how these words differ is often a cause for confusion among potential tenants.So how will you know that you’re getting the best price for the space you’re planning to lease?Usable Square FeetUsable square feet is the area that you will occupy under the terms of your lease.  Simply put, it is the space within the walls of the property you are considering to rent.  Columns and recesses inside the office space are not included; it’s as if they’re not there when you compute for usable square feet.  What is usually considered when measuring the usable square feet amount are all office spaces, storage, and private restrooms.  It can also include hallways, kitchenettes, reception areas, janitorial closets, and...
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