Property Development

House extension

House extension

Property Development

Nowadays, many people prefer to choose house extension over moving to a bigger home. A recent survey shows that fewer homes are making sales due to this. Let’s take a look at the following reason why an extension is more favourable at this time round.

1. Cost

The cost of extending a house is far less cheap than moving. For instance, when moving houses, there are many extra costs including agency fees, solicitor fee, removal costs and of courses higher mortgage payment. All those additional costs can be used for an extension instead. By doing this, it reduces cost and less hassle.

2. Adding Value

When an extension is done correctly, it eventually adds value to the property in the longer run. So it is a great investment for those who are looking to sell their property in the future. In 10 years time, the cost of houses is estimated to double so homeowners can benefit from this. The more bedroom you have, the more value it adds as well.

3. Design Control

Owners who are looking to extend has better control of design on their home. They get more space and more control right from the start. They can decide on the layout and finish of their home as well as which dimension and specification they prefer.

4. Location

People who already choose to buy a house in a particular area can remind themselves on why they bought a house in that location. Often people stay in their current area due to schools, shops or simply they saw it as a good place to stay.

5. Less stressful

Extending a home relieves people from the stress of having to rely on other third parties for them to sell their property before moving into a new home. We all know that house buying isn’t simple as you may think as it involves a lot of paperwork and dealing with people.

Overall, it makes total sense on why people would rather choose an extension. It is better to maximise what you already have rather than go through the stress and costs of buying a new home.…

How To Make Money From Property Development

How To Make Money From Property Development

Property Development

Making a good profit from buying property, doing it up and selling it on is a career path that has crossed many people’s minds at some stage, whether it’s from personal experience or simply seeing people on television making it look easy. Either way, it’s something many people get into and make a lot of money from, and you don’t necessarily have to have a lot of experience from the beginning to make it work, but there are certain points to check off your list before you begin.

Firstly, consider whether this is really for you. You might not know how your project is going to turn out, but you can be pretty certain it’s going to require a lot of detailed planning, extensive attention to detail, and a huge amount of hard work from start to finish. Property development is stressful because you take on a lot of responsibility, not only for yourself but for the property you’ve invested your money into, your family and even the people you’ll be employing to help you. The work is likely to be exhausting. If this is a problem for you, maybe you should choose a different path.

If you decide you’re capable of coping under the pressure, that’s great, and for some people this brings out the best in them. You can move onto the next step: arranging your first project. Financing your project in the long term is going to be vital, since it’s not just the initial investment you need to find upfront, but all the costs of running the project through to the end need to be accounted for. Whether you’ve got the money yourself or need to borrow it, make sure this is in order before you begin.

You’ll be looking for a property that’s not in the best shape, meaning you can modernise and improve it without too much investment. To get this at a good price, the owners you’re buying from need to be motivated to move sooner rather than later. When you come to sell it on, you’ll also be looking for someone keen to make a quick decision.…

Floating Architecture Could Be The Future Of Housing

Floating Architecture Could Be The Future Of Housing

Property Development

If you think it’s complicated trying to renovate or even simply maintain a property on land, just imagine the concept of building your entire house on a floating platform, or even underwater! This is a trend that’s becoming more and more popular thanks to the amazing research and development carried out by architects around the world.

The reason for the trend is a growing awareness that the world is running out of space. In the UK we are a typical example, since we’re not short on resources compared to much of the world’s population, and we certainly aren’t running low on rainfall, but we are low on land. There isn’t much empty space left that we can afford to keep building on, which is already a controversial topic. We also have ongoing issues with homes being flooded, with heavy rains bringing disaster for many homeowners every year. Therefore it does seem to make sense that we should be looking at alternatives like floating homes.…

Using Stainless Steel In Interior Design

Using Stainless Steel In Interior Design

Landlord Advice, Property Development

When you’re developing a property there are lots of design considerations to be made throughout the process. Using different materials is always hugely important in interior design, as there are often lots of different functions to one particular element in a room. For example, objects you choose to include in your room have to look attractive as well as being appropriate for what they’re going to be used for. This is especially true in kitchens, and that’s why using stainless steel kitchen worktops, splash backs and more features may be a perfect choice.

Stainless steel is obviously a variation on steel, a fantastically versatile metal made from iron with carbon and other elements added in through chemical processes to produce different characteristics. Mild steel is a standard type this is often used internally for construction, as well as for frames, brackets, supports and other small elements in pieces of furniture.…