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  1. 9 months late and £590 million additional costs - How will the delay of Crossrail effect the London property market? Crossrail bosses have come under attack after it was announced the Elizabeth line will now open in autumn 2019 - 9 months later than originally planned. The service that will connect stations including Reading and Heathrow in the west all the way through to Abbey wood in the East. The delay has been put down to needing further testing and to improve railway software systems. Property owners and developers are facing another hit from an alre
  2. Hi all I'm new to PropertyHub, am novice and ended up being an accidental landlord after the property crash in 2008. I'm now trying to expand into a property empire :-) I just wondered what people thought about buying in Thamesmead. I had not heard of it until a friend of mine had told me he had brought 4 properties there 3 years ago and the capital growth has been great for him. Its an area in South East London which was until recently, pretty much a ghetto and a transport hole. Woolwich and Abbey Wood seem to be the nearest stations and Cross Rail is coming there. The property I
  3. Hello all, I am the new guy in your class of property investment, with little experience. I have however owned a few businesses in the past and lost a few, which was a great experience. At the time I knew I should have been storing my wealth in property, I didn’t and the consequence is that I have not got much to show for my past successes. This will not happen again! so while I’m still quite young I am putting all my energy in starting my portfolio ASAP. I’m aiming to purchase my first buy to let in the next few months, and may consider a renovation job as I have project managed a t
  4. Hello everyone Completely new investor here, kiwi/Brit expat living in Dubai who wants to decide on future goals for family and sees property investment as a way of acheiving these goals and enabling us to live a better life within a certain time frame. Initially looking for assistance with releasing equity from a property we own in the UK (do I need a mortgage broker for this?) and then will need assistance of a property company for investment guidance/strategy and then a mortgage broker that specialises in setting up expat mortgages for our next purchase. We are completely seriou
  5. Hi everyone, I'm Emily, I started in property investment when I was an undergraduate student in Manchester a few years ago. After seeing my friends and I get ripped off by landlords that charge huge rents and provide terrible service in return, I knew I could do a better job; providing a friendly and well-maintained student let for young people and a profitable business. Luckily, I was able to approach my parents, who are also property investors, with a business proposition. After months of careful research, I managed to persuade them to invest with me running the show, including an exte
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