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?
Earlier this year, I visited a dilapidated mid-terrace property on Cheetham Hill Road in Stalybridge that was in dire need of a thorough refurbishment. Having visited the property recently, the completed transformation has to be
Powerful promises have been issued from all parties when the property market is concerned. Power to the renters, all-out assault on rogue landlords and the removal of vital repossession lifelines are all on the table
Let’s be honest; who hasn’t spent hours trawling the property portals looking at properties well outside our genuine affordability? Well it seems my post last week looking at the cheapest streets in Tameside took plenty