The cheapest Buy-to-Let in The Heatons?

The property I am looking at today has got to be the cheapest Buy-to-Let in The Heatons by far…

Currently for sale with Julian Wadden in Heaton Moor is this studio apartment in a well maintained development in Heaton Mersey. It also benefits from ample residents parking.

Advertised at a guide price of £79,995, the property could rent for £500pcm, which is an incredible gross yield of 7.5%.

When you take into account the service charge of just £78 per month, the net yield is 6.33% which is almost unheard of in SK4 postcodes.

The property can be found online HERE.

For more Buy to Let Investment opportunities and advice, connect with me on LinkedIn HERE or contact me on 0161 442 1118.

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GET TO KNOW ME

So, by now I am sure you all know that I am back serving the vibrant Heatons property market. I am so happy to be back in the buoyant and diverse Heatons market and to be working back in this beautiful area.

I know a lot of you may know me as I started my journey at Julian Wadden here in Heaton Moor seven and a half years ago before moving around the business gaining experience in Property Management as well as understanding different markets such as Didsbury and Stockport. I also appreciate however, that some of you may not know me and a lot c an change in seven and a half years! So, I wanted to take to Instagram to do a Q & A and answer the burning questions that you wanted to know.

For those of you who missed it, here is my question and answer session and if I haven’t answered or covered anything in this that you may want to know more about, please do not hesitate to give me a call or pop into the Heaton Moor branch – 14 Moorside Road.

Thank you, Dan.

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Priestnall Charity Work

Year 10 children at Priestnall have had a flying start already for their chosen charity Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. Their first event at the Teenage Artisan market in the Heatons Centre last weekend raised over £500 after they dropped into surrounding local businesses with their fabulous Bee tote bags and badges.

Further dates for and locations for your diary are Saturday 19th October Tesco Burnage, Saturday 26th October at Tesco Stockport and Saturday 16th November at St Johns Church where they will have more tote bags, badges and greetings card. So please support and make sure you catch them before they sell out!

dragonsden@priestnall.stockport.sch.uk

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Annual Heatons Christmas Festival

One of the highlights of the Heatons calendar. On Sunday 1st December. Shaw Road will be awash with festive entertainment. There will be a community choir, delicious food / drink and lots of gorgeous market stalls full of ideal gifts. A little elf friend tells me Father Christmas will be there in his Grotto If you fancy volunteering for this excellent family fun event, please make contact with the Four Heatons Traders Association. Volunteers are essential for this event to take place. Please make contact if you can lend a hand on the day.

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Halloween Trail in The Heatons

The Four Heatons Traders Association are organising a Halloween Trail around the Heatons shops. This family free activity is sure to attract plenty of foot fall which is great for the local community. Businesses will be creating a pumpkin to display in their windows so that children and can see it and tick it off on their trail sheet. Each shop will be creating a pumpkin – either an actual pumpkin that is carved or one made & decorated from other materials. The displays will be proud of place in each of the windows. It’s similar to the Easter Egg but with Pumpkins……… The trail runs 23 -31 October and I’m pleased to announce Julian Wadden are taking part! A house themed pumpkin is currently in production.

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What are the top things that will devalue your home?

One of the key things we focus on when we own a home is how to add value to the property and make it more sell-able for the future. However, a question which will also help you to achieve your property’s best potential is what are the top things that will devalue your home? Here are some of the key factors that National Association of Estate Agency (NAEA) members have experienced as having a negative impact on property value.


1) It’s all about personality
We all have our own taste and style, or lack thereof and of course the desire to make our homes reflect our personalities is only natural, but personal tastes can become a sticking point when it comes to selling up. Maybe you love a particular football team, or you think that glitter is an absolute necessity in the bathroom, and if that is the case then the NAEA recommends redecorating before taking your home to market. Homes which are decorated in more neutral colours are typically the most saleable as buyers can envisage how their possessions would look in the space.

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HOW DO YOU SAY?

The top 10 most mispronounced place names in the UK have been revealed by the creators of language app Babbel.

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£750 MILLION LESS IN RESIDENTIAL SDLT

At £8.32 billion, Treasury coffers netted £750 million less in residential SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) receipts across England in the financial year to the end of April, compared to 2017/18. This is despite just 16,000 fewer transactions taking place.

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welcome back dan!

Today we say a warm welcome back to Dan Biddle who joins us in The Heatons office as Lettings Manager. Dan started his career here with us in Heaton Moor, 7 and a half years ago in fact and we are delighted to have him back with us.

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