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.
Our second buy to let deal of 2018. Natalie is in Hexthorpe, Ellerker Avenue, outside a 2 bed terraced house on the market with Preston Baker for £50,000. Rental income is £400 pcm which gives you a yield of 9.6%. The link to the property is below as is...Read more →
I was recently reading a report by the Home website which suggested that hordes of landlords are selling their buy-to-let investments due to increasing burdens on them in the buy-to-let market. Their findings suggest the number of new properties that came onto the market nationally (for sale) jumped by...Read more →
The first of many buy to let deals of 2018. Natalie is in Balby, Sylvester Avenue, outside a 3 bed terrace with converted loft on the market with Hart for £50,000. Rental income is £450 pcm which gives you a yield of 10.8%. The link to the property is...Read more →
Talk to many Doncaster 20 something’s, where home ownership has looked but a vague dream, many of them have been vexatious towards the Baby Boomer generation and their pushover ‘easy go lucky’ walk through life; jealous of their free university education with grants, their eye watering property windfalls, their...Read more →
My research shows that certain types of Doncaster property are more affordable today than before the 2007 credit crunch. Roll the clock back to 2007 just before the credit crunch hit which saw Doncaster property values plummet like a lead balloon and the Doncaster property market had reached a...Read more →
Well the fallout from the recent Budget is still continuing. I was chatting to a couple of movers and shakers from the Doncaster area the other day, when one said, “There isn’t enough land to build all these 300,000 houses Philip Hammond wants to build each year”. …and if...Read more →
I miss the good old days of George Osborne as Chancellor, with his hardhat and hi-vis jacket. He must have visited every new home building site in the UK with his trademark attire! For the last few years, the nearest Philip Hammond got to donning a ‘Bob the Builder’...Read more →
It’s now been a good 12/18 months since annual rental price inflation in Doncaster peaked at 2.3%. Since then we have seen increasingly more humble rent increases. In fact, in certain parts of the Doncaster rental market over the autumn, the rental market saw some slight falls in rents....Read more →