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New House Building in Neath slumps by 12.0% in the last year

Let me speak frankly, even with Brexit and the fact immigration numbers will now be reduced in the coming years, there is an unending and severe shortage of new housing being built in the Neath area (and the UK as a whole).  Even if there are short term confidence trembles fueled by newspapers hungry for bad news, the ever growing ...
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30.2% Of Neath Homes Are One Person Households

I was having an interesting chat with a Neath buy to let landlord the other day when the subject of size of households came up in conversation. For those of you who read my Brexit article published on the morning after the referendum, one of the reasons on why I thought the Neath property market would, in the medium to ...
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Good rental potential in Ropewalk, Neath

The more astute reader of the blog may have noticed that last week there was no property deal published. The reason for that is simple, some weeks there just aren't any deals! I don't know if you agree with me or not, but I'd rather not publish a deal that really isn't a deal, I'd rather sit it out a week and ...
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88.2% of Neath Properties have 3 or more bedrooms – Problem or Opportunity?

The orthodox way of classifying property in the UK is to look at the number of bedrooms rather than its size in square metres (although now we are leaving the EU – I wonder if we can go back to feet and inches?). It seems that homeowners and tenants are happy to pay for more space. It’s quite obvious, the ...
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Post Brexit – Neath Property Prices set to drop £10,000 in the next 12 months?

Even the most sane person in Britain has to admit the Brexit vote will, in one shape or another, affect the UK Property market. Excluding central London which is another world, most commentators are saying prices will be affected by around 10%. So looking at the commentators’ thoughts in more detail, property values in Neath will be 10% lower than ...
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