Here's a selection of our latest articles...
Why Savvy Bournemouth Buy- to Let Landlords Don't use 10 year mortgages

Fri 30 Jul 2021

Many Bournemouth buy-to-let landlords fell into property investing by accident. Many didn’t want to sell their family home when the Bournemouth housing market crashed in the Credit Crunch of 2009/10, but still needed to move. Now they have become serious buy-to-let investors, however they are still financing their Bournemouth rental portfolio with the mindset of a Bournemouth homeowner, not investor. In this article, I talk about how a longer-term mortgage period could be a wiser move as you move into retirement

Bournemouth Homeowners Profit by £52,120 in Last Five years

Thu 15 Jul 2021

Buying your own Bournemouth home has always been seen as a good investment, yet with the rise of crypto currency such as bitcoin making eye watering returns, is this the end of Bournemouth property as investment? If you are a Bournemouth homeowner (or planning to be one) or a Bournemouth landlord, then you might find this article of interest to you

Is Bournemouth Heading Towards a House Price Crash ?

Wed 30 Jun 2021

The Bournemouth property market has been booming since late Spring 2020. Yet if history has taught us anything, a house price crash is likely to follow, or is it ? 2021 is different to the previous two property crashes of 1990 and 2008. Read the article to find out why it’s different and the easy indicator you, as a Bournemouth homeowner or Bournemouth landlord can easily use to judge the Bournemouth property market, so you don’t lose out

Bournemouth landlords owed £6,828,562 in Unpaid Rent

Fri 18 Jun 2021

Bournemouth buy-to-let landlords are owed £6,828,562 in unpaid rent by their tenants. Who is to blame? Could Bournemouth landlords have done more? Why are certain types of Bournemouth landlords harder hit with arrears than others? Read the article to find out what this means for Bournemouth landlords and Bournemouth tenants

How Eco-friendly are Bournemouth Homes?

Fri 11 Jun 2021

How Eco-friendly are Bournemouth Homes? And how new Gov’t rules will mean draughty low-eco Bournemouth homes will drop in value

Your Great-Great Bournemouth Grandfather Would Have Only Paid £392 12s 9d for His Bournemouth Home in 1871

Fri 04 Jun 2021

Your Great-Great Grandfather would have only paid £272 12s 7d for his Grantham home in 1871. Yet property is still relatively cheaper today when compared to 150 years ago. In this article, I talk about the history of the Grantham property market over the last 150 years. I chart how much a Grantham property has cost at various times throughout those years, and why property was so much more expensive in Victorian times. Finally, what the future holds for the Grantham property market with the one thing that will decide which direction the Grantham property market will take in coming years

1,054 rental properties in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are currently let out with a ‘F’ or ‘G’ EPC rating

Sat 22 May 2021

39.7% of Bournemouth Landlords Could be Fined £5,000 each with new Energy Regs … whilst possible new mortgage rules for Bournemouth homeowners would make it harder to sell their draughty old properties Read this article if you are a Bournemouth homeowner or a Bournemouth buy-to-let landlord so you can prepare and not lose money

Will the Bournemouth Property Market Continue to Boom ?

Fri 14 May 2021

Will the Bournemouth Property Market continue to boom? All the signs are that the Bournemouth housing market is sat on good foundations, yet one key hazard could still scupper the market .Read this article if you are a Bournemouth buy-to-let landlord or a Bournemouth homeowner so you can prepare and not lose out.