Are you wondering about the best places to live in the UK? Whether for a permanent move or a holiday home? The United Kingdom has changed in the past few years, whether for better or worse (we would say very largely for the better). So this week we’re sifting the data and various reports to find the best places to live in the UK.
The UK property market is quite idiosyncratic, and can be confusing for those buying from abroad. What is freehold, and what is leasehold, and how do these impact ownership rights? This week, in part six of Buying in the UK, we’re looking at these key legal elements of the process of buying a house in Britain, whether as a permanent residence or an investment.
When you’re ready to make a trip to the United Kingdom to view property, Britain’s hard-working estate agents will be ready to welcome you and viewing property in the UK is super-easy. Read our tips on making the most of a viewing trip, including when to come, how to get around and what to bring with you.
After years of solid growth, the British property market faces an uncertain year. But although some buyers will be holding off to see what happens with Brexit, others are seeing it as an opportunity. So what do the leading analysts and specialists predict for UK property prices in 2019, including Rightmove, RICS and the Bank of England?
Until Brexit came along and made every problem seem a bit trivial, one of the biggest issues facing the UK was an overheated London property market. The government responded by forcing some government bodies out to other cities, especially in the north. But many businesses and organisations haven’t needed a shove. Neither have the young people looking to get on the housing ladder. As the London property market has stalled, so the regions are looking relatively attractive for UK property investors too. Here are the new property hotspots outside London.