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

A Comprehensive Guide for all aspects of Property Funding

Since the 2008 US sub-prime mortgage market crash there is no doubt funding criteria have tightened for property investors and developers. While there is still scope for innovative funding strategies, the new regulations introduced by governments and central banks around the world have certainly reduced speculative investment. We therefore thought it would be useful to take a look at modern funding opportunities for both buy-to-let and development investment. There are many options available and while we will cover these in as much detail as possible, you should take financial advice from a qualified professional before undertaking any funding arrangements. Buy-to-Let Mortgages The UK has traditionally leaned more towards homeownership than rental with the market given a significant boost by the Thatcher government’s right to buy legislation introduced in the 1980s. Since then we have seen a massive increase in house prices, more focus on rental accommodation with a significant increase...
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Get ahead of the game this new year with property asset management software

The New Year resolution any landlord can get behind – getting your paperwork and finances in check. Whether you have one property or several, keeping on top of the administration that goes in to your assets can be a real headache. From the right insurance to dealing with rents and deposits, keeping on top of the paperwork is often a full-time job. Remember most property portfolios never start big. Even the most successful landlords and asset managers probably started out with just one, easy-to-manage property. Over time, as a portfolio grows, so too does the need for a more efficient system, which has the capacity to outperform basic spreadsheets and account management packages. Perils of forecasting As any good property manager will know, every lease comprises far more than just the term and rent. Occupiers too are increasingly concerned about the total cost of their lease. Without a clear understanding...
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How To Extend the Life of a Conservatory

There are around four million conservatories in the UK, according to recent government estimates. A lot of these were built ten to twenty years ago and may now be in poor condition. Most uPVC conservatories last twenty years at best, before major repair or rebuilding is necessary. As such, a consistent programme of upkeep is recommended to ensure a conservatory lasts as long as possible. New technologies and better glass do make the newest conservatories far more energy efficient and durable. New conservatory roof designs, such as a predominantly tiled roof with added glazing, can extend the life of a typical conservatory far beyond the aforementioned lifespan. This second option of rebuilding to contemporary standards is there for those seeking change, a less involved plan of maintenance, or simply those who can afford to carry out the work. A conservatory undoubtedly adds value to a property, but the more poorly...
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Expensive UK renovations: how much is invested into business refurbishment projects?

The interior design and functionality of a building have great effects on the people within it. From a consumer perspective, shop features such as colour and floor plan can impact on sales, while an employee’s rate of productivity may decrease if they have to work in badly lit, uninspiring rooms. In the UK, we’re big fans of renovating. According to the Interior Refurbishment and Fit-Out Market Report: 2014-2018, the sector was valued at more than £7.1 billion and across the country, businesses, hotels, public buildings and office spaces are continually being refurbished and updated to stay current and enhance the overall aesthetic. But which are the most expensive refurbishment projects in the UK and why is the sector so important to us in the first place? The importance of refurbishing The refurbishment sector deals with a wide range of industries. From schools and department stores to hospitals and office spaces,...
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6 Tips for Avoiding Building Disputes

Home renovations are stressful. Not only do you have to make big decisions about transforming your property in a way that makes it more functional, beautiful and valuable, but you’re also faced with the prospect of having your daily routine disrupted for several days, weeks or even months. On top of it all, there’s the worry about things not going to plan – what happens if a cowboy builder leaves your home in a mess, with work that is poor-quality or unfinished? 1.Choose a builder wisely Choosing the right contractor is often half the battle. Do your research and seek recommendations from friends, family and neighbours to find a builder or decorator that can complete your project to a satisfying standard. Check online reviews for any glaring warning signs, too. The Federation of Master Builders recommends preparing a brief to help you pinpoint exactly what you want and, of course,...
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