Property Investment

Property as an investment

These calculations help investors compare properties, and they also help investors compare property investments with other investments, such as ISAs, bonds and stocks and shares.

For the money invested in a property to be liquidated, the property must be sold. This can take longer than it takes to withdraw money from other investments.

Unlike many other investments, the investor can sometimes influence capital growth as property development can cause a property’s value to increase

Understanding whether the investment in property is for rental income, capital growth or both will help investors decide where to put their money. Both property value and rental value fluctuate.

We do not charge a fee for our advice. Instead, we simply charge a fee for arranging your mortgage of up to 1.5% of the mortgage amount. A typical fee is £399. We will not charge a fee to an existing customer for arranging a residential re-mortgage.

Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments to your mortgage.