“The growth of the private rented sector, and the arrival of an investor class of buy to let landlords within it, is an issue that won’t be going away anytime soon, no matter what you read in the Daily Mail”, I said, as I chatted over a coffee with a landlord client of mine at […]
Month: March 2016
I had an interesting email from someone in Bexhill a few weeks ago that I want to share with you. In a nutshell, the gentleman lives in Little Common, he is in his mid 60’s and still working. He has a decent pension, so that when he does retire in a couple of years’ time, […]
2,203 Bexhill Homes bought by private landlords in the last 20 years – Is this the end for first time buyers?
There I was, out with the family at Egerton Park last weekend, when a smart gentleman approached me. ‘Hello’, he said, ‘You’re the person that writes that Property Blog aren’t you? We have met before at that Chamber of Commerce meeting in Bexhill a few months ago’. I then recognised him and, whilst I won’t […]
One of my landlords rang me last week from South Cliff, after he had spoken to a friend of his. Over Christmas, they were discussing the Bexhill property market and neither of them could make their mind up if it was time to either sell or buy property. If you read the newspapers and the […]
Bexhill’s continuing housing shortage is putting the town’s (and the Country’s) repute as a nation of homeowners ‘under threat’, as the number of houses being built continues to be woefully inadequate in meeting the ever demanding needs of the growing population in the town. In fact, I was talking to my Brother-in-law the other day […]