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Moving from a 2 bed Luton Property to a 4 bed will cost you £757 pm

Moving from a 2 bed Luton Property to a 4 bed will cost you £757 pm

Moving to a bigger home is something Luton people with growing young families aspire to. Many people in two bedroom homes move to a three-bedroom home and some even make the jump to a four-bed home. Bigger homes, especially three-bed Luton homes, are much in demand and it can be a costly move. If you […]

One in 24 rental properties in the Luton area will be illegal in 2018

One in 24 rental properties in the Luton area will be illegal in 2018

As the winter months draw in and the temperature starts to drop, keeping one’s home warm is vital. Yet, with the price of gas and electricity rising quicker than a Saturn V rocket and gas, oil and electricity taking on average 4.4% of a typical Brit’s pay packet (and for those Brit’s with the lowest […]

45% Drop in Luton People Moving Home in the Last 10 Years

45% Drop in Luton People Moving Home in the Last 10 Years

I was having a lazy Saturday morning, reading through the newspapers at my favourite coffee shop in Luton. I find the most interesting bits are their commentaries on the British Housing Market. Some talk about property prices, whilst others discuss the younger generation grappling to get a foot-hold on the property ladder with difficulties of […]

Decreasing Numbers of Younger Homeowners in Luton

Decreasing Numbers of Younger Homeowners in Luton

Patrick Cook, 38-year-old father of two from Luton, was out house hunting. It was a pleasant August Saturday afternoon, and our man cycles along on his bike. He cycles up a street of suburban semis, where he spots a few retired mature neighbours, chatting to each other over the garden fence. He leans his bicycle […]

Luton Buy-to-Let Return / Yields – 2.6% to 8.2% a year

Luton Buy-to-Let Return / Yields – 2.6% to 8.2% a year

The mind-set and tactics you employ to buy your first Luton buy to let property needs to be different to the tactics and methodology of buying a home for yourself to live in. The main difference is when purchasing your own property, you may well pay a little more to get the home you (and […]

Slowing Luton Property Market? Yes and No!

Slowing Luton Property Market? Yes and No!

My thoughts to the landlords and homeowners of Luton… The tightrope of being a Luton buy-to-let landlord is a balancing act many do well at. Talking to several Luton landlords, they are very conscious of their tenants’ capacity and ability to pay the rent and their own need to raise rents on their rental properties […]

Luton Property Market and Mysterious Politics of the General Election

As the dust starts to settle on the various unread General Election party manifestos, with their ‘bran-bucket’ made up numbers, life goes back to normal as political rhetoric on social media is replaced with pictures of cats and people’s lunch. Joking aside though, all the political parties promised so much on the housing front in […]

Luton Homeowners and their £2.76 billion Debt

Over the last 12 months, the UK has decided to leave the EU, have a General Election with a result that didn’t go to plan for Mrs May and to add insult to injury, our American cousins elected Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. It could be said this should have […]


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