Hi and thank you for visiting this blog. On this blog, I will talk about what is happening in the Doncaster property market, even looking at specific streets or housing estates. At other times, I will post what I consider decent buy to let deals. Some will be on the market with me (as I also sell property), but others will be on the market with other agents in Doncaster. I like to look at the whole of market and give you, what I consider the best investment opportunities.
If you see a potential deal, and want a second opinion, without hesitation, email the Rightmove link to email@example.com. I will always give you my honest opinion on the property and its investment potential.
A noteworthy number of buy to let landlords in Britain plan to buy more properties over the next year notwithstanding the frustrations, challenges and seismic changes in the private rented sector. According to Aldermore, the specialist Buy To Let lender, their research shows around 41% of portfolio buy to...Read more →
In my blog about the Doncaster Property Market I mostly only talk about two of the three main sectors of the local property market, the ‘private rented sector’ and the ‘owner occupier sector’. However, as I often stress when talking to my clients, one cannot forget the third sector,...Read more →
The average asking price of property in Doncaster increased by 2.5% or £3,769 compared to a year ago, with particularly good demand from landlords and home-movers in the first few months of the year. This takes the current average asking price to £156,804, compared with £153,035 this time last...Read more →
The rents paid by Doncaster tenants are now standing at £488 per calendar month (PCM), a rise of 1.35% year on year and 0.35% lower month on month. However, this attention-grabbing monthly rent figure masks stark differences in the various different parts of the Doncaster rental market. Demand in...Read more →
The Millennials were born between the mid 1980’s and late 1990’s thus making them between the age of around 22 to late 30’s. They are the imaginative, artistic youngsters who grew up with the newest tech and computers and who are huge aficionados of music festivals, gourmet pizzas, emoji’s,...Read more →
Beast from the East, Russia, Facebook, Brexit, Trump, House prices up, House prices down … the Press is full of column inches on Brit’s favourite subjects of politics, scandal, weather and not forgetting (and I appreciate the irony of this!) the property market. As an agent belonging a national...Read more →
As I have mentioned a number times in my local property market blog, with not enough new-build properties being built in Ayr and the surrounding area to keep up with demand for homes to live in (be that tenants or homebuyers), it’s worrying to note that less Ayr home...Read more →
The value of all the homes in Doncaster has risen by more than 226% in the past two decades, to £6.377bn, meaning its worth more than the stock listed company Taylor Wimpey, which is worth £6.339bn. Those Doncaster homeowners and Buy-to-Let landlords who bought their homes twenty or more...Read more →