It’s the big question on everybody’s mind. The simple answer is we can’t quiet be sure beyond the market predictions that are made.
With banks warning that interest rates will not rise until next decade, secure investments can be hard to find. The best place to invest your money is in property. The BBC reports on the latest news on interest rates for 2018. Click here. Hunter Finance have years of experience as private lenders in the […]
First post-brexit house price growth figures have been released, and they offer positive news for UK developers.
275,000 homes are to be built on green belt land. While this is seen as a solution by some, there are other potential property earners away from green belt.
We look at annual South East house price figures to see how a post brexit market still offers property development opportunities.
Revelations from London Mayor, Boris Johnson, and the Department for Transport have pushed forward plans to improve London rail services by taking back control, offering cheaper fares and more services.
While there is a push for more housing to be made available on the market, the question most investors are actually asking is ‘where should I be building my property?’
Property demand is on the rise following a slight dip during the Brexit months. Will this demand send prices skyward over the next 12 months.
Last week the government released house building statistics for 2015. Since 2010 the number of new housing that started construction has increased year on year.
Development Finance enquiries are showing no signs of slowing as we enter the Winter season.