My analysis has shown that up to the end of the last quarter, Hounslow first time buyers purchased 105 Hounslow properties. With wages rising at 2.8%, unemployment at a low rate of 4.2% (down from 4.6% from a year earlier and the joint lowest since 1975), national GDP rising at 1.87% and inflation at 2.3%, tied in with indifferent house price growth (compared to a few years ago), this has given first time buyers a chance to get a foot hold on the Hounslow property market.
Over the last twenty years, there has been a shift in the way the Hounslow (and the UK’s) property market works. In the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, a large majority of twenty somethings saved […]
The current average value of a property in Hounslow currently stands at £383,700 and the base rates at 0.75%. In many of my articles, I talk about what is happening to property values over the […]
am of the opinion that buy to let investment in Hounslow, in the long-term, will bring substantial returns for landlords, irrespective of latest regulation and tax changes.
Taking a very conservative (with a small ‘c’) view, I believe landlords will see a projected net profit of
Those Hounslow people wanting property values to drop would be those 30 or 40 something’s, sitting on a sizeable amount of equity………..Yet, if you have recently bought a Hounslow property with a gigantic mortgage, you’ll want Hounslow property values to rise. ……