12 months ago, the unemployment rate in Tameside stood at 3.6 percent of the working population, yet with Coronavirus hitting the UK, what impact will this rise in unemployment have on the Tameside property market?
Roll the clock back to April 2020, and major financial economists and property market commenters were sounding the alarm. The very best-case scenario was a 5 percent drop in property values by the end of
With the banks reducing the number of low deposit mortgages (i.e. deposit of 10% and below) since Covid-19 hit in the spring, this has meant that the number of Tameside first-time buyers has been decreasing
Typically, a Tameside tenant looks at the rental sector in Tameside for a number of reasons; including affordability, determining area suitability, and perhaps most importantly, flexibility. Catering for all these demands can seem like an
..and the 5 ways on how all Tameside landlords can escape the worst of the coronavirus downturn on their Tameside rental property. With many Tameside tenants at risk of losing their jobs after the furlough
What will a no-deal Brexit on the horizon, the end of the stamp duty holiday in March, mortgage payment holidays coming to an end, unemployment set to rise after furlough, and ongoing on/off coronavirus restrictions