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Our free property investment guides are full of useful information and cover a wide range of topics to help you with your property investment journey with us.
With 2020 behind us, UK property remains to be a key investment asset for investors around the globe despite external factors. With regional cores still showing exceptional growth and London still relatively slow to recover, the UK Investment Guide has all of the forecasts you need for the new year as well as updates on what may happen in 2021.
The practice of setting up a limited company to buy and manage buy-to-let properties is on the rise. While it’s not a
new idea, incorporation is starting to make more sense as the market shifts but many investors are still unsure of how to get started.
Our guide to investing with Your Street's development partners: Based across the UK in some of the best property hotspots, you can choose which developed you would like to invest with and how long for.
Our guide to our buy-to-let opportunities: Similar to buying property from an estate agent, we have specific properties available for the sole purpose of generating you the best rental yields and capital growth.
THE NEXT CITY TO BOOM?
Our guide to Manchester: The city and its surrounding areas have seen significant growth and investment over the last decade and still has a long way to go. You can learn more about where to invest and what to expect from your investment in our latest guide.
Our guide to Liverpool: With a £14bn regeneration project currently underway, it seems Liverpool is going to be the city that explodes next. A combination of government-backing, bluechip firms settling and overseas funding has seen to a renaissance quite unlike any other Northern city.
The UK property market continues to be a popular choice with overseas investors thanks to the security and potential for outstanding returns that it can deliver to investors. For many overseas buyers, it’s crucial to understand how the tax system impacts your investment. From stamp duty to the additional surcharge that may be entering the market, it’s important to understand these to work out your returns in the long-term.