After months of searching, you have finally found a condo you love. Before you sign on the dotted line, it is essential that you keep those highly-toned research muscles in practice. There are four questions you need to ask before taking a step that will have a major impact on you and your money for years to come. Continue reading “4 Important Financial Questions You Must Ask Before Buying a Condo” »
Those buying a house or villa in Bangkok will find some at an exceptional value, comparative to their home countries, however they will have to look to the outskirts of the city for real value. This can be a problem for those who have to commute to the CBD for work, with traffic making travel times lengthy. Continue reading “Guide to buying houses and villas in Bangkok” »
Malaysian banks sometimes hold auctions of distressed property and this should be the first port of call for those considering taking on investments on Malaysian properties or a renovation project in Kota Kinabalu. Many units however, are left to fall in disrepair and wind up on auction due to the fact that buyers were hasty in their purchase and ended up with a unit in a bad location, so this should be taken into account. Continue reading “Renovating a property in Kota Kinabalu” »
Last year the estimated capital injection into the Vietnamese property market reached US$5bn, mainly foreign direct investment (FDI). Many districts within HCMC saw land prices increase 70-200 per cent. Property in Ho Chi Minh City was equally buoyant with average prices more than tripling from the last two years; and the luxury sector was been a key growth area. Continue reading “Buying property in Ho Chi Minh City” »
Dubai Maritime City has been described as the world’s first purpose built maritime centre, a project designed to become a ‘centre of excellence’ for the modern day maritime industry. A mixed use development, the Maritime City is designed to become a global hub for the maritime industry encompassing a wide range of residential, commercial and educational opportunities across two square kilometres of reclaimed land in the Arabian Gulf. Continue reading “Property in Dubai Maritime City” »
Managing properties and tenants is a full time job for which many investors do not have the time or experience.
Using third party lettings and management agents often results in a poor quality of service and constant tenant issues. Continue reading “Do You Offer A Property Management Service?” »
You will need either a 20% or 25% deposit depending on availability and your choice of buy to let mortgage products.
The average purchase price of a property is £68K-£80K which means the deposit required is in the range £14K-£20K. Continue reading “What Deposit Is Required?” »
Buy an £90,000 property from us and you will receive a genuine 20% discount and instant equity of £18,000. Continue reading “What Does It Cost To Purchase A Property?” »
Yes of course you can and the best way to do this is on a visit day to our offices in the North East.
You can meet our directors and staff, get your questions answered personally, tour the areas where we source property and view properties currently under management. Continue reading “Can I View The Properties You Offer?” »