As 30.9% of Wisbech Property
on the Market is Sold
Are there any bargains because of Brexit?
Bargains – well yes and no – and let me explain why. To find a bargain you need to know the ‘market’, yet there ... read more »
How Did Brexit Affect the Wisbech Property Market in 2018 – and its Future for 2019?
A few weeks ago, I suggested property values in Wisbech would be between 0.6% and 1.6% different by the end of the year. It might surprise som... read more »
Wisbech House Prices up 35.0% in the last 5 Years
Over the last 5 years, we have seen some interesting subtle changes to the Wisbech property market as buying patterns of landlords have changed ever so slightly.
The background to this story was the... read more »
With the Government preparing to control tenant’s deposits at five weeks rent, Wisbech landlords will soon only be protected in the event of a single month of unpaid rental-arrears, at a time when Universal Credit has seen some rent arr... read more »
Wisbech property values are currently 2.1% higher than at the end of 2017, notwithstanding the uncertainty and threats over the potential impact of Brexit in 2019. This has exceeded all the predictions (aka guesses) of all the City of London economis... read more »
Wisbech Homeowners 67% More Likely To Live in a Home with 3+ Bedrooms than those that Privately Rent
The conventional way of categorising property in Britain is to look at the number of bedrooms rather than its size in square metres (square feet f... read more »
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39.7% of All Wisbech Properties were Bought Without a Mortgage in the Last 7 Years
For most Wisbech people, a mortgage is the only way to buy a property. However, for some, especially Wisbech homeowners who have paid off their mortgage or Wi... read more »
As we go full steam ahead into 2019, it’s certain that the Wisbech housing market in 2018 was a little more restrained than 2016 and 2017 and I believe this will continue into 2019. Property ownership is a medium to long term investment so, loo... read more »
You read the personal finance pages of the newspapers and it all seems to be the impending pensions crisis ... where people aren’t saving enough for their retirement. But it’s not the lack of Wisbech peoples’ future pension incomes ... read more »