Monthly Archives: November 2022

The Winners & Losers The doom and gloom of the national newspaper headlines regarding the UK property market would make you think Armageddon has arrived – this being the second most interesting topic to the Brits (the first being the weather!). So, what is happening in the British property market? As with most things in life, the devil is in…

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The Lincoln rental property shortage is currently very evident. In this article, I will investigate why there is such a significant lack of homes available for rent across Lincoln and what it means for buy-to-let investors. Anybody who enjoys surfing the property portals (Rightmove, Zoopla and On the Market) will have observed an emerging trend that the number of properties available to…

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🌐 Links to All our Service – walters-move.me/m/QuickLinks 👂 Audio Version – www.walters-move.me/Audio This is the question many people are asking right now, and the answer depends on your circumstances. I pride myself on my ability to provide objective, fact-based information on the Lincoln property market so potential Lincoln house sellers, landlords and buyers can make the best decision for themselves. My…

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The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, gave his Autumn Budget 2022 at lunchtime, intending to deal with inflation and keep mortgage rates down for homeowners. In this short and sharp post, I wanted to touch on what this would mean specifically for Lincoln landlords and homeowners thinking of buying and selling Capital Gains Tax Changes In previous articles about the Lincoln property…

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I often get asked what is going to happen to Lincoln house prices. Many things affect house prices, and it comes down to simple supply and demand. On the supply side of the equation, in the short-term, the number of people wanting to sell their property at any one time has a massive effect on house prices. In 2007, the…

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Most Lincoln homeowners born before 1960 have been in their homes for more than 25 years. Yet of all the properties sold in the UK since the first lockdown in the summer of 2020, 50% of those property owners had only been in their homes for six years and four months or less. That means we almost have a two…

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