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What are the most important questions we have to ask when thinking about property development investments?

Author: Luke

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The team at Experience Invest understand that property investment can be daunting to a first-time buyer, that’s why it’s important to consider your requirements and budget. It’s also important to choose the right agents when it comes to finding the right property development investments which best suits your needs.

Experience Invest answers your questions about property development investments in this short video…

UK house prices are rising at their fastest rate for four years, and with UK bricks and mortar seen as a stable asset for any balanced investment portfolio, now would be the time to invest. Buy-to-let opportunities may also provide investors with long-term rental returns.

With House prices for first-time buyers surging to a record high in August, selecting a trustworthy agent could be make-or-break for many. The average price paid for a starter home in the UK is now £215,000. With a deposit of 10 per cent, this means buyers would need a salary of around £45,000 a year to get onto the housing ladder.

According to research from the Council of Mortgage Lenders, buy-to-let mortgages are also on the up with lenders granting almost 40% more buy-to-let mortgage deals to borrowers in August this, compared to the same period last year. Buy-to-let landlords have different requirements from first-time buyers which makes it important for them to detail their needs to their chosen property agent.

Experience Invest is a London-based independent property development investments specialist. We focus on sourcing real estate opportunities across the UK. Considered one of the most well established companies in the industry, Experience Invest focuses on sourcing real estate opportunities across some of the UK’s top performing asset classes.

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