With the banks reducing the number of low deposit mortgages (i.e. deposit of 10% and below) since Covid-19 hit in the spring, this has meant that the number of Hounslow first-time buyers has been decreasing quickly, […]
What will happen to the value of your Hounslow home next year? What will a no deal Brexit on the horizon, the end of the stamp duty holiday in March, unemployment set to rise after […]
With the second lockdown starting on the 5th November 2020, does this mean Hounslow landlords can wave goodbye to their Hounslow buy-to-let investment and see it go up in smoke on the bonfire of buy-to-let dreams, like a Guy Fawkes puppet?
Hounslow homebuyers and Hounslow landlords purchasing residential property have saved £1,799,400 since the Chancellor reduced Stamp Duty on 8th July 2020, yet many more Hounslow homebuyers could miss out.
Boris Johnson has attracted both praise and horror in equal measure with a new plan for 95% mortgages to help beleaguered first time buyers to get on the property ladder, but would that expose UK taxpayers to too much risk? In this article I discuss the implications of what that would mean both nationally and locally in Hounslow.