Selling your home has changed significantly in recent years. In 2012, on average, people handed over 1.8% of the sale price of their home to an agent in return for a valuation, photographs, listing in branch and online and supplying a sale board, according to a survey by Which?
Property Beginner's Guides
Brexit has brought a lot of doubt into the mix for Britons seeking to buy property in Europe, but it’s not all bad news.
Here are a few pointers for investors hoping to profit by exploring less conventional routes into the residential property market.
Open-ended property funds have taken a hammering but the NAVs of their closed-ended cousins are still below pre-crisis levels.
Commercial property returns have low correlation with equities and bonds, making it a useful diversifier.
As buy-to-let investors suffer major blows, David Smith of Tilney Bestinvest looks at the advantages of concentrating on your pension.