Looking to add value to your property? Then why not consider these simple home improvements If you are looking to sell your property there are many factors which can add, or detract, from its potential resale value. Adding that little bit extra, whether internally or externally, to make it moreContinue Reading

A growing number of people are looking to the ‘sharing economy’ for income generation, says Gill Wadsworth It was with great fanfare that the government welcomed in tremendous new freedom for pensioners to spend their hard-earned retirement funds as they so wished. It was a shame, however, that the correspondingContinue Reading

Duncan MacRae investigates the pros and cons of investing your money in a period property Would it not be lovely to live the life of a Lord or Lady, in a home where luxury oozes from every crenellation and class drips from the chandeliers? The UK certainly has its fairContinue Reading

There is more nonsense written about gold than any other asset class, says Simon Smith I SAY THAT with real conviction because I’ve read a lot of it and experienced it first-hand. Like the time, for example, I was on TV during a time of crisis, and another guest told meContinue Reading

Forget expensive gym memberships or faddy diets: the best way to ring in 2017 is with a New Year’s resolution to grow your wealth This is not an article that will magically turn you into a successful investor like Warren Buffett while ensuring you do not go bankrupt like DonaldContinue Reading

Once you have found your perfect property it is time delve into the minefield that is conveyancing By this point in your life you may have bought a house or two. Perhaps you own a holiday home in France for summer vacations or you have learned the hard way byContinue Reading

Keeping ahead of the investment curve is a tough task at any age – let alone 60! I am not one to moan but for the last few months I have been busier than Donald Trump’s libel lawyers. It is partly because we at the Elite Investor Club have hadContinue Reading

The English country cottage offers buyers both an idyllic bolthole, and a sound financial investment Thinking of an English country cottage takes our imagination back to a time depicted in the works of Evelyn Waugh and Charlotte Brontë, perhaps even to the places that provided the inspiration for The Shire in JRR Tolkien’sContinue Reading

Remembering a charity in your will can have great benefits for all parties, says Gill Wadsworth IN THE UK avoiding eye contact with a chugger – a charity hawker standing in the street attempting to secure donations from passers-by – is a national pastime second only to queuing. As isContinue Reading