Moving home is said to be the third most stressful life event, following a member of your family dying, or getting divorced. So it's always best to keep your stress levels down by investigating and doing your homework on both the particular area of Wigston (or nearby conurbations) where you live (i.e. where you are
In this week’s article on the Wigston property market, I discuss how the Wigston property market has performed against both the national housing market and in particular the London property market. Wigston and London have neck and neck for house price growth for the majority of the years between 1979 and 2007, yet London took
A few weeks ago, I suggested property values in Wigston would be between 1.6% and 2.3% different by the end of the year. It might surprise some people that Brexit hasn’t had the effect on the Wigston property market that most feared at the start of 2018. The basis of this point of view can
With the Government preparing to control tenants' deposits at five weeks' rent, Wigston landlords will soon only be protected in the event of a single month of unpaid rental arrears, at a time when Universal Credit has seen some rent arrears quadrupling - and that’s before you consider damage to the property or solicitor costs.