Buying a new home can sometimes be a daunting task whether you’re a first time buyer, looking to invest, or move home again. At Barratt London, we understand how stressful it can be, so we’ve created some useful guides, infographics and more, full of information to help you understand the property market and help you through the home buying process.
Please use the links below to find out more.
What does the Referendum mean when investing in property?
The Referendum provided plenty of speculation around the property market in the Capital, how has this affected market growth and demand in London?
Why property is still a solid investment in today’s economy
Following the Brexit vote, there has been some uncertainty in the property market which may have left some investors wondering whether it is the right time to invest in bricks and mortar to determine strong returns.
Creating the ideal home office
Our working lives are busier than ever and many people find they’re putting in extra hours at home. If this is something you can relate to, perhaps now is the time to think about converting an unused bedroom into an office.
Investment area guides
Our London Investment Area Guides are designed to help you pick a suitable and attractive destination to buy property, no matter who your rental target market is. With new property development all over the city, browse through our guides that put the spotlight on all four corners of the bustling capital.
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