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Have pension reforms got you asking how to invest in residential property?
April’s pension reforms mean that from the age of 55 onwards people have access to their entire pension pot, and this has led many more people than before to consider residential property investment as an option. The reforms remove the need to buy a traditional annuity and give access to more investment options. Savers can […]
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Is student accommodation no longer an ‘alternative’ investment?
Student accommodation is hugely valuable and an attractive opportunity for investors. The suggestion that it should be recognised as an asset class in it’s own right, not as an alternative investment opportunity should come as no surprise. The sector offers steady yields for investors and is worth more than £2 billion in the UK. Among […]
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Tips from our Letting agents – Understanding betterment
Wear and tear is part and parcel of tenancies and something that every landlord expects. By understanding betterment and apportionment landlords are better placed to avoid end of tenancy disagreements and can better manage the cost of maintenance. As we approach Spring many tenancies come to their natural end so we would like to help […]
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Cairn’s Estate Agent tips for selling your house
The arrival of Easter marks the unofficial start of the property year and gets the market moving. If you are keen to put your property on the market this year now is the time to look at your property with a fresh pair of eyes. Chances are a spring clean is in order. First impressions […]
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