Leicester Properties

If you are homeless in Leicester or you are threatened with homelessness within the next 28 days, you will need to get in contact with our team. We are leading specialist service provider to both the social housing market and the corporate arena with a balanced portfolio of offerings able to provide a complete, integrated solution across all sectors in Leicester. Leicester is the largest city in the East Midlands and the tenth largest in the country. First Romans and later by the Danes recognized its importance. Since then it has developed into a major commercial and manufacturing centre, known better for the diversity of its trade than for its dependence on a single industry. Leicester is also recognized as Britain's first Environment City and has attained the title of European Sustainable City.

Property ownership trends in the UK are changing, with new research from the Council of Mortgage Lenders suggesting that many people are no longer simply buying a house when finances permit with the aim of working their way up the property ladder. The Council of Mortgage Lenders report suggests that as many as one in five first-time buyers are actually “returnees”, that is to say people who have owned a property in the past but are not currently home-owners.

Over the last 10 years renting has become more popular as property price trends. The rental sector doubled in the 1990’s. The latest data shows property price rends continuing to stagnate – regional specific rises in the North and marginal falls in London and the South East. Nationwide predicted in May 2005, UK wide house price growth of just 2% in 2005, which would be the lowest annual rate of inflation in 10 years. Recent surveys have found that approximately 90% were unaffordable for the typical first time buyer in 2004, increasing to 95% in areas like East Anglia, the South West, South East and the North.

Our website provides a practical, objective and concise guide to the pros and cons of property letting. It aims to help you find answers to some of the questions you are likely to have as a prospective or existing landlord, when thinking about making a buy to let investment decision.

So login to our website and we try to our level best to give you the best possible advice and assistance. Please contact us at the earliest point of knowledge of the problems you are having so that we can prevent you.