With the Referendum on EU membership out of the way, our households can concentrate on something European that doesn’t involve party political broadcasts or politician’s treating us all like children – the Euro 2016 Football Tournament. Bexhill is home to all different backgrounds and nationalities so if you’re not lucky enough to be jetting off […]
Month: June 2016
58.8% of voters in Rother District voted to leave the EU– What now for the 19,199 Bexhill-On-Sea landlords and homeowners?
It is 5.50am, and as I start to type this article, David Dimbleby has just announced that the UK will be leaving the EU as the final votes are counted and verified. As most of the polls suggested a Remain winning outcome, it came as a surprise to most people, including the analysts in the […]
Bexhill house prices since the Millennium have risen by 160%, whilst average salaries in Bexhill have only grown by 51% over the same time frame. This has served to push home ownership further out of reach for many Bexhill people as they have to battle against raising considerable deposits and meet sterner lending criteria, as […]
I had an interesting question the other day from a homeowner in the Old Town who asked me the difference between asking prices and values and why it mattered. When it comes to selling property, there must be an agreement between the purchaser (buyer) and seller (vendor) for a property sale to take place. The […]
With young people in Bexhill-On-Sea still struggling to buy their own property and get on the property ladder, my research suggests just how important the role of the private rented sector has been at housing people has been in this town. This is especially at a time of increasing affordability problems for first time buyers, […]
In this post credit crunch world of sub terrain, low interest and annuity rates, the growth of the buy-to-let property market since 2009 has been phenomenal. So much so, there has been an evolution and a new motivation in the purchase of property in the UK from that of just buying the roof over one’s […]