The power of rental assurance in a market downturn

Rental assurance is something that we’re committed to offering our investors; we offer our clients some of the longest and strongest rental assurances available in the residential investment market. The surety provided by a rental assurance can prove invaluable, no time more so than in a market downturn. What is rental assurance? Rental assurance is when a rental yield is fixed for a...

Friday News #052 – UK housing market could bounce back in Q4 2020

Friday News #052 - 10th April 2020 Traditional estate agencies have been forced to shut down during the lockdown, unsurprisingly with physical viewings and surveys not taking place the number of properties bought and sold will be lower during this period of time. The predictions for property values, however, are much less dramatic and apparently not quite as headline-worthy as they indicate that the...

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Q1 2020 Review and what’s coming up in Q2

Well as we close the doors on Q1 of 2020 we look back at an incredibly interesting quarter. The start of the quarter hailed a new beginning firmly seen in under a new invigorated Conservative government ready for anything after the Brexit debacle of the last few years. The Quarter has ended in a way I don’t think anyone would have foreseen, national (if not global) lockdown to stop the spread of a deadly...

Friday News #051 – CORONAVIRUS: The broader impact on property

Friday News #051 - 3rd April 2020 Whilst the mainstream property market is widely being reported to be on ‘pause’ there is still considerable activity taking place, albeit now from remote offices, to ensure exchanges go ahead, to manage negotiations and to assist buyers in securing properties. The property market is a fundamental part of the economy, and at this time, and historically, it proves...

Property and the Corona Virus

Coronavirus and the UK housing market: A sharp but short-lived shock?

The consensus among economic experts and forecasters is that the disruption caused by the coronavirus will be relatively short-lived. Whilst there is no doubt that the pandemic will affect all aspects of the property market there is a strong belief that this pause will only have a limited impact. Economic forecasters are largely united in their predictions that Covid-19 will cause a sharp but short...

Friday News #050 – TDS launches coronavirus guide to help landlords, agents and tenants

Friday News #050 - 27th March 2020 As of Monday evening, the UK was put on lockdown by prime minister Boris Johnson to combat the spread of Covid-19. We’d already moved into our home offices in advance of the official lockdown and are happily operating here as we would be in the office, with all face to face meetings being switched to digital, including our team coffee breaks. Whilst the majority...

Friday News #049 – UK interest rates slashed to lowest level ever

Friday News #049 - 20th March 2020 Property remains to be a far more stable and tangible asset than alternative investment types. Experts are predicting prices to steadily rise in 2020 despite the pandemic; the UK property market is incredibly resilient as history proves. Whilst there will be disruption to our usual routines, this time that many of us are now spending at home presents a great...

Friday News #048 – Coronavirus, How It Could Affect The U.K. Housing Market?

Friday News #048 - 13th March 2020 Wednesday was a busy day – the Bank of England stole the chancellor’s thunder by announcing a cut to interest rates on the same day as he delivered his first budget. This move is set to have a positive impact on the mortgage market and maintain property market stability in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. Whilst there might be a slowdown in activity in...

Friday News #047 – Speculation on the upcoming Spring Budget

Friday News 06th March 2020 Speculation is rife over what might or might not be included in the upcoming Spring Budget on March 11. As the first budget for both Boris Johnson and new Chancellor Rishi Sunak, many industry leaders are hopeful of impactful changes that will positively affect the property market. This time next week we’ll know where we stand and how the future is likely to be shaped for...

Thirlmere Deacon Q and A

Thrilmere Deacon Q and A #002

Our latest instalment of our Q and A sessions featured Oliver Mohsen-Taheri who heads up our Dubai operations.  Enjoy. :) Question... A 24 year old looking to invest for the first time in order to rent. I was looking for knowledge, tips, and experienced property developers and agents as I am inexperienced, 24 year old currently saving to buy a property in order to let. However, after reading on...

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