There are almost nine people per acre of land in Tameside. Consisting of 25,493 acres, the borough isn’t going to grow beyond its parameters anytime soon. The population however, and the number of households comprising of
For the last thirty years, the Government have passed responsibility of housing the masses from local authorities (i.e. council housing) to the estimated 1.5 million British buy-to-let landlords. However, since 2015/16, Tameside landlords have faced
The key to successful property investment lies in a number of factors, not least a location that demonstrates a cemented vision for the future. As the population and housing demand grows, so does the strain
The last decade was a tough one. Politically for the country, globally in the ascension of climate change, and economically as well with the markets recovering following the Credit Crunch. But what’s happened to the
A discussion I overheard in a coffee shop yesterday was taking place regarding how millennials believe the older generation (55-75 year-olds) have messed things up for them in terms of getting on the Tameside property
As Tamesiders, we are blessed by having some of nature’s finest countryside right on our doorstep. But looking within the borough itself, what do the green spaces we have contribute to prices and demand for
Before Christmas I was speaking with an elderly resident of Hollingworth, whose grandson was considering becoming a landlord this year and looking to invest as locally as possible. I was advised he’d been looking at
That number surprised you didn’t it? With the General Election done and the beginning of a new decade, I thought it time to reflect on renting in the manifestos and party-political broadcasts and ask why?