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The Abolition of Stamp Duty

1st February 2018

The Autumn Budget reflected, amongst other things, the Government’s continued focus on the housing market, and in particular, first time buyers. With the vast majority of the UK unable to generate enough income to support a deposit or to …

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The Benefits of Online Alternative Finance Platforms

31st January 2018

The UK is now operating a sharing economy. If you have a commodity that somebody else wants, chances are you can make money by renting it out to them. Uber, Airbnb and BorrowMyDoggy are key examples of businesses thriving …

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Buy to Let Investment: New Property Hotspots for 2018

Since the Great Recession many investors have been purchasing buy to let properties in financial safety nets such as London, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham (thanks to the high-speed train link HS2). However, could it be all change for 2018? …

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Wellesley continues to support the construction of affordable housing

16th January 2018

In the recent Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond, announced the government’s key initiatives for the housing marketing in 2018.  With population figures rising, the Government has voiced its intent to increase the number of affordable new homes, being built within …

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An additional 300,000 houses per year, is it possible?

6th December 2017

The Chancellor’s recent statement that the government wants to see 300,000 houses built every year has already attracted considerable commentary. The recent budget changes to stimulate the UK housing market are a clear sign that there is considerable political …

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The 3 New Rental Rules Landlords Need to Know

24th November 2017

The government, set on levelling the playing field between homeowners and landlords, have hiked up taxes and put new legislations in place. Experts believe future new rules could further discourage investment in the private rental sector, despite the UK …

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Wellesley Timeline

17th November 2017

Wellesley Timeline We’ve put together the following timeline to showcase all our greatest achievements to date. June: Wellesley Finance makes its first loan November: Wellesley & Co launched its Peer-to-Peer lending platform February: Wellesley reaches £6 million milestone April: Wellesley closes …

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Guaranteed ways to add real value to your property

16th October 2017

There are countless do’s and don’ts when it comes to renovating or tweaking parts of your home for financial gain. Whether you want to add value to your home long-term by investing in it now or are thinking of …

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What is PropTech?

We have all heard of FinTech, but now there is a new portmanteau cementing itself as commonplace lingo in the property sector. PropTech, in its simplest form, is the utilisation of technology for advancement in the property industry. With …

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