As we move into 2018, the impact of political decisions may start to be felt. There will be a lot of people who believe the full extent of Brexit will be realised in the property market in the year ahead.

In November of 2017, the Bank of England announced that their base rate was increasing from 0.25% to 0.5%.


It is only natural that many people will start the New Year with good intentions. If you want to make the most out of 2018, it is likely that you will have a New Year’s Resolution or two to stick to.

London house prices

There is a high level of focus on the London property market. In recent months, there has been talk of a slowdown in the growth of prices in the English capital and there have even been some areas that witnessed a fall in house prices.

With such a high level of demand for rental property in South London, it is easy to see why some people would hold an interest in acting as a landlord.

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