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brettalegrewood

Brett has over 20 years experience in all facets of property, he owns various companies centred around property and is the driving force behind the education and training at Ezytrac. His companies have sold over £850 million in UK and London property and he manages over 1200 properties through his estate agency chain. Today he shares his time between UK, Australia and Singapore. He is married to Arlene and together they have 4 kids. Brett holds both the Level 3 Property Mark Qualifications for Property Sales and Property Lettings and Management.

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8 Essential elements of letting properties

By brettalegrewood

The lettings framework for successful buy-to-let tenancies In our last article, we discussed your rights and responsibilities when letting properties. We looked at the paperwork you need to handle and maintain, landlord insurances, and costs of letting. In this article, we outline the nuts and bolts of letting – the framework to use for every […]

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Your rights and responsibilities when letting properties

By brettalegrewood

Helping you decide whether to be an investor or a landlord When investing in a buy-to-let property, you should understand the long-term implications of becoming a landlord and letting properties. It is not as easy as ‘buy a property, advertise it, get a tenant, get paid the rental’. Landlords have responsibilities and legal obligations. There […]

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An Introduction to Buy-to-Let Rental Income

By brettalegrewood

The income equation – why property is such a powerful investment When you invest in property, you do so to improve your lifestyle. It’s a great asset to do this, whether by capital gain or rental income, or both. In this article, you’ll be introduced to the concept of rental income. You’ll learn how to […]

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Southall – Where Regeneration Bears Fruit

By brettalegrewood

A Return to Nature Is Building Real Community in Southall When we talk about regeneration in property markets, the meaning is taken as being the redevelopment of disused land or buildings that have fallen into disrepair and, most often, become an eyesore. This property has no functional use. It is either torn down and redeveloped […]

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Crossrail delivers more than fast services to Southall

By brettalegrewood

Is Southall Waterside the most irresistible location in London? Crossrail is coming to Southall, but if you think the result is limited to faster services across London and to Heathrow you should think again. Crossrail has catalysed regeneration here. ‘Little India’ is being transformed, with some of the most ambitious and exciting developments in London. […]

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Southall – a beacon of house price growth in London

By brettalegrewood

Could the affordability gap between London and Southall property disappear? In 2015, JLL produced some very interesting research. In it, JLL made house price growth forecasts for Crossrail locations. Southall was high up the list, with price growth of around 46% predicted between 2015 and 2020 compared to JLL’s forecast of house price growth of […]

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Brexit has created a buyers’ market in London property

By brettalegrewood

Why you should invest now and buy Southall property As we draw toward a close in the Brexit debacle (or not, as the case may be), new data has emerged to suggest the buy-to-let market is strengthening in the UK. This is especially true in London, which has regained its position as the major location […]

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Southall – a professional population that loves renting

By brettalegrewood

5 reasons savvy investors are serious about Southall property Before investing in property, it pays to measure the potential for your investment. Who are your target tenants? How much demand is there for rental properties? What does the future hold? In this article, we examine some of Southall’s population statistics – numbers that confirm why […]

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