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- Key Concerns of a Large Property Portfolio Holder
We look at the key concerns of a large property porfolio holder, including loss of rental income, finding the right tenants, claim potential, economy and sourcing reliable partners.
- The problems landlords face and how to protect yourself
The major problems landlords face when letting out residential and commercial property, and how you can protect yourself from these perils.
- Starting up as a landlord, an insurance guide
Starting up as a landlord is easier than it’s ever been, but can also be a minefield to the inexperienced or first time landlord. There are relevant insurance policies available to you that are designed to protect you and your investments allowing you to make the most of this country’s growing rental market.
- Are SMEs doing enough to incorporate remote working in their office?
Are SMEs doing enough to harness the advantages of remote working?
- Are SMEs' abilities to secure finance being affected by the amount of credit being sanctioned for mo
Are SMEs' abilities to secure finance being affected by the amount of credit being sanctioned for mortgages?
- Tips and advice on working from home
Top tips and advice on working from home, inlcuding ensuring your have the right insurance cover for working from home.
- European Property Markets: The Outlook for 2010
Global property development looks to be a standstill in some regions but for others, 2010 could provide excellent chances of investment across continental Europe. We look at RICS, Knight Frank, Ferguson Partners Europe and Urban Land Institute statistical data as well expert opinion from some of the industry leading authorities at Property Frontiers & Homesgofast.com
- Foreign investors 'unlikely to affect to UK housing market'
Recent research has shown that there is an increase in the number of foreign nationals wishing to invest in the UK property market. Those from affluent areas within the EU are still able to make profit buying property in Britain, despite the economic downturn, due to the exchange rates and lower value of housing. Is this making the UK more cosmopolitan and after years of UK investment in property abroad, are we feeling how the Spanish and French felt way back when?
- European property: A tale of two sectors?
Recent figures show a decline in property values, occupation and sales within the commercial market whilst residential insiders report an increase an interest from second-home buyers