Nuneaton Landlords- Here’s some FREE ADVICE on all things EPC related…

I interviewed Anthony Bruce from Midland EPC to find out exactly what EPC’s are, what the new regulations mean and WHO is responsible to pay for any proposed improvements.

You’ll find out where to go to look for any available grants / funding to help you improve the EPC rating of your property and much more!!

To see the full video, CLICK HERE .

For more information about EPC’s or any information relating to property Letting, please feel free to give us a call 02477 674545 or why not pop in an see us at Unit 4, The Courtyard, 17 Bond Street, Nuneaton CV11 4BX

A £7.5m scheme to rejuvenate Nuneaton town centre

This is a headline that us Nuneaton folk have been waiting for…hoorah! The BBC News announced the “Go ahead for £7.5m Nuneaton town centre revamp” on 12th November, much to everyone’s delight.

What does this mean for Nuneaton Property Investment? Well, with a thriving, vibrant and busy town, Nuneaton rental properties will be even more in demand than they are now!

We’ve known for some time now that this was going to happen, what with the mass housing developments going on around Nuneaton and even MORE expected, it’s only right that we get a brand new sparkly town to match!

Property Investors from near and far have been expressing an interest in Nuneaton for some time and now that this Rejuvination scheme is on the cards, now is a great time to get investing in Nuneaton!

If you would like to discuss this article in more detail, please feel free to give us a call on 02477 674545, email or, why not pop in and see us for a coffee and a chat.

For more information on the proposed town developments, please contact Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council 02476376376

Star Buy in Nuneaton with a yield of 6.5%

During my daily browse on Rightmove I came across a property in Stockingford, Nuneaton which caught my eye. It is in need of some love and attention but it has fantastic potential.

It’s currently on the Market with Hawkins at offers over £105,000. The price does reflect the work required, which is pretty much a new kitchen, new bathroom as a minimum.

It currently has a good size lounge and a kitchen diner on the ground floor with two bedrooms and a sizeable bathroom on the first floor.

The layout is attractive and would be appealing to prospective tenants. With a total revamp of the kitchen and bathroom, this house could be a cracking rental property bringing in around £625/month rent.

If you were to purchase it for £105,000 and spend £10k (max) bringing it up to scratch, you’d be looking at a very attractive annual yield of 6.5%

Click the link below to see more property information…
Two Bedroom Terraced on Church Road, Nuneaton
*Pictures featured were taken by Hawkins*