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
Tameside homebuyers and Tameside landlords purchasing residential property will have found themselves saving money since the Chancellor reduced Stamp Duty on 8th July 2020; yet many more Tameside homebuyers could miss out.
The Tameside property market is an enigma and chock-full of contradictions. Notwithstanding an economic recession and forecasts of property values dropping, nobody seems to have informed the Tameside homeowners selling their homes and those Tameside
We’re now almost six months on from when we went into national lockdown. Streets emptied, businesses closed, the economy started to wobble and the property market virtually ground to a halt. There’s been plenty of
One of my investors contacted me last week from London, after he had spoken to a landlord friend about investing in a post-covid world. He told me they were deliberating the Tameside property market and