The property market has started to come alive in August with more activity both in sales and purchases. It’s been an interesting month for the Leeds property market. Want to know more? Read our full Leeds property market update here.
With a lower number of properties coming to the market and higher competition, coupled with high rental demand and appealing mortgage rates, it’s been an interesting month for the Leeds property market. Want to know more? Read our full Leeds property market update here.
It’s been another busy month at Lifestyle Property People! In general, the BTL property market has finally started to return to some normality and we expect this to continue over the next 2 quarters. This is welcome news for our clients and for investors across the country. Want to know more? Read our full Leeds property market update here.
May has been a great month for the Leeds property market!
On the whole, the market seems to have calmed down slightly and as expected, we’re seeing the demand for properties start to return to ‘normal’ levels. Want to know more? Read our full Leeds property market update here.
April has been an unprecedented month in the Leeds property market, with demand for properties continuing to outstrip the supply of available properties. Many of our clients have now seen 10%+ capital growth on their properties over the last year, with many of the newer properties increasing in value between agreement of sale and completion of purchase! Want to know more? Read our full Leeds property market update here.
We’ve seen the property market in Leeds remain competitive in over the past month, with demand in Sales and Lettings far exceeding supply. The demand has been driven in part by the Spring 2021 Budget, which extended the UK furlough scheme and the Stamp Duty holiday. Read our full Leeds property market update here.
In the recent Spring Budget, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, unveiled plans to launch the UK’s first Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) in Leeds. The new bank will be charged with loaning out an initial fund of £12 billion to aid infrastructure development in the region. But what does the UKIB mean for Leeds?
Look we all love getting a good property deal and there are some properties that just need a little TLC but some people go to extreme lengths to save money, which ends up costing them a lot more in the long-term. Here are our top 4 reasons to avoid those ‘bargain’ deals.
Looking to invest in Leeds property? Here’s what the new Budget means for you
Rishi Sunak’s second budget is a career-defining one. The measures he’s taken to repair the UK economy will shape the country’s recovery, so how does this affect property investors?
As we begin the process of exiting our third national lockdown, the Leeds property market has remained optimistic in February. House prices, rental yields and demand for residential property continues to be favourable, as investors realign their objectives to a more longer-term outlook. Read our full Leeds property market February update here.
In the wake of the third national lockdown, the Leeds property market has remained buoyant. Read our full Leeds property market January update here.
In the wake of the second lockdown, the Leeds property market has remained stable in December. Read our full Leeds property market December update here.
Putting your money in bricks and mortar is still a good decision, even in 2020. Despite the March lockdown, the UK housing market has remained buoyant, with house prices up and rental returns on the up, too. Regardless of the uncertainty, people still want and need homes, and there are a number of reasons why the UK is still a good investment option. Check them out here.
With property prices expected to see a growth of 21.1% by 2024, investors are asking what is happening in the Leeds property market right now.
Dwell, our Leeds based letting partner, have provided an insight into what they are currently seeing in the Leeds property market and why they believe that Leeds is still the city to invest in.