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Will the snap election affect the property market?
8/06/2017

Property has played a huge part in UK politics throughout the years and with a shock general election called just a few weeks ago, many parties are using this as a strong focus in order to gain a majority vote.

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New tax laws: what has changed for buy to let?
31/05/2017

Many buy to let investors will already be aware of the new government changes regarding tax. Whilst announced in the 2015 Autumn Budget, the phased introduction only began in April 2017, which

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Location Focus: Salford
2/05/2017

As a city in its own right, Salford often gets overlooked by its larger Manchester neighbour. However, thanks to a mass of regeneration new lease of life has been brought to the area and we’re seeing Salford become a desirable location for both buy to let property investors and tenants.

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What happens to property after we pull the Brexit trigger?
29/03/2017

Today, Wednesday 29th March 2017, is a landmark day as we prepare for the trigger of Article 50. The UK officially begins a two-year negotiation to leave the EU as a result of the referendum back in June 2016.

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RESI Awards 2017: Sequre nominated for Residential Investment Agency
16/03/2017

We’re pleased to announce that Sequre have been shortlisted for Residential Investment Agency for the second consecutive year at the RESI Awards.

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