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Exchange rate in SA – Is there any better time to invest than the present?

05.15.2020 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

The exchange rate between the rand and other currencies continues to fare poorly.  Despite some uplift due to the election of Ramaphosa, it has failed to do much better. It seems for the long term it will not, is there a better time to consider investing elsewhere apart from now? Or do we just adopt ...

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Fundamentals to consider before investing in student property

03.30.2020 · Posted in Real Estate Articles

What should investors consider when choosing to invest in student property? Since the Conservatives lifted the cap on university admissions, the number of students going to university has swollen. However, not all institutions have benefitted equally. Whilst Russell Group universities have generally seen their numbers swell, newer universities and former polytechnics have struggled. Elite institutions ...

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Reducing buy to let taxes through these property sectors

03.06.2020 · Posted in Real Estate Articles

With it becoming more difficult for landlords to make money through buy to let, what other property sectors are open to investors? Landlords are finding it increasingly difficult to make a profit through buy to let property due to additional taxes levied and the scrapping of mortgage interest tax relief. The government has made buy ...

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Investment Opportunities in London’s Student Hot Spots

11.11.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Beginning your studies in London can be overwhelming. The city is made up of 32 boroughs covering 607 square miles and home to almost 9 million people. There are 40 higher education institutions (excluding London branches of foreign universities) educating over 400,000 students. It goes without saying that there will be a lot of choice ...

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Liverpool in the top five tourist destinations in the UK

09.06.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Liverpool has overtaken Birmingham to become the fourth most visited city for overseas tourists in the UK The home of The Beatles, two Premier League teams, the largest collection of Grade-II listed buildings and the European art outside of London. Liverpool has plenty of attractions but in the past, it may have been overlooked as ...

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Where is the UK’s Second City for Property Investment?

08.23.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Whilst Birmingham and Manchester compete over the UK’s “second city” status. They also compete on which place is more lucrative for investment The birthplace of The Smiths vs the birthplace of Duran Duran; Manchester and Birmingham both contribute massive amounts to the UK in terms of culture. Manchester boasts two world class football teams and ...

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What Is Capital Growth And Rental Yield?

07.22.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Before investing in property, it is vital that you are familiar with these terms and understand what you want to achieve from your property investment What Does “Rental Yield” Mean? The term rental yield is used to determine how much profit you will make through renting out your property. To calculate a rental yield, you ...

Digbeth – The Shoreditch of Birmingham?

06.24.2019 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Why is Digbeth being touted as the Shoreditch of Birmingham? Interspersed with street art, craft beer pubs and creative working spaces, you could be mistaken in thinking you were walking through London’s Shoreditch. It’s Birmingham’s Digbeth, an exciting area that is experiencing a phenomenal amount of regeneration and has piqued the interest of Birmingham’s creative ...

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