Biggleswade – Mortgages Ticking Time-Bomb?

According to my research, of the 10,005 properties in Biggleswade, 3,903 of those properties have mortgages on them.  87.1% of those mortgaged properties are made up of owner-occupiers and the rest are buy to let landlords (with a mortgage). However, this is the concerning part, 843 of those Biggleswade mortgages are interest only. My research…

Biggleswade First Time Buyers Mortgages taking 33.9% of their Wages

I have heard from a number of older mortgage free Biggleswade homeowners worried about how unaffordable Biggleswade’s rising property prices are and they are concerned about how the younger generation of Biggleswade could ever afford to buy.  They often ask if it is right for landlords to make money on the inability of others to…

992,082 People use Biggleswade Train Station a year…..

How does that affect the Biggleswade Property Market? It might surprise you that it isn’t always the poshest villages around Biggleswade or the swankiest Biggleswade streets where properties sell and let the quickest. Quite often, it’s the ones that have the best transport links. I mean, there is a reason why one of the most popular property programmes on…

What will the General Election do to 7,034 Biggleswade Homeowners?

In Biggleswade, of the 10,005 households, 3,131 homes are owned without a mortgage and 3,903 homes are owned by a mortgage.  Many homeowners have made contact me with asking what the General Election will do the Biggleswade property market?  The best way to tell the future is to look at the past. I have looked…

‘Flipping’ Heck – Biggleswade Property Values Rise by £44.31 a day

Investing in Biggleswade buy to let property is different from investing in the stock market or depositing your hard-earned cash in the Building Society. When you invest your money in the Building Society, this is considered by many as the safe option but the returns you can achieve are awfully low (the best 2-year bond…

Biggleswade’s ‘Generation Trapped’ and the £1.08bn legacy

Last week, I wrote an article on the plight of the Biggleswade 20 something’s often referred to by the press as ‘Generation Rent’. Attitudes to renting have certainly changed over the last twenty years and as my analysis suggested, this change is likely to be permanent. In the article, whilst a minority of this Generation…