The UK’s housing market is set to open up again for the first time since 2008, with more than 30,000 properties up for sale across the country, according to property magazine Heylo Housing.
The market has opened up, but it’s not all sunshine and rainbows, with the UK’s biggest property buyers looking to maximise their returns and maximise the opportunity for their investors to gain a slice of the pie, the magazine said.
Its a rare opportunity for people who have invested, or already bought properties, to step into the market again, said Mr. Eisley, co-founder of Heyloom.
Heyloo’s annual report on the UK property market shows a slight upturn in the number of homes being bought in the first half of the year compared to the previous 12 months, but there is still a long way to go.
Mr. Eisloye said the key to selling a property is knowing how to manage the money involved in a property purchase.
He said: “The key to doing that is to have a clear plan for your finances, and if you are having to make a lot of money you don’t want to make any more than you have to.”
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