Vesta is the data-driven marketplace for buying and selling investment property. We are an early stage proptech start-up based in London, which is transforming the £1.6TRN private rented sector.
Vesta is dedicated to residential investment property, focused on sourcing quality stabilised income-generating assets (initially in the UK), and marketing these to a property investor audience with valuation, tenancy, relevant data and investment insight.
As an investment property specialist, we work closely with all parties including vendors, managing or lettings agents, tenants and potential investors to minimise friction to provide an enjoyable customer focused experience, leveraging technology at every step of the selling and buying journey.
Benefits of buying through Vesta:
With over £400M already instructed, a growing list of potential investors and over £30M sold (completed).
Our main focus at Vesta is the health and safety of our customers, their tenants, our partners and our teams, so we are closely monitoring advice from the UK Government and the World Health Organisation as it evolves over time.
With days getting shorter and temperatures dropping there are a number of things that can go wrong at a property during the cold winter months. It is therefore a good idea to check your property is in good order before the first cold snaps, giving you and your tenants peace of mind.
As you will be well aware, the UK property market has continued to face significant headwinds over the past couple of years, which has subdued house price growth (including negative growth in certain parts of the UK, notably London and parts of the South East) and has resulted in fewer property transactions.
What are the experts’ thoughts on the property market in light of the political uncertainty, the ongoing Brexit saga and more recently talk of the UK sliding into a potential economic recession?
You may have been thinking of becoming a landlord and trying your hand at property management, but some of the recent headlines about the buy-to-let bubble bursting have you thinking twice. But there is no need to worry. Despite the difficulties facing landlords over the last few years, the buy-to-let market seems to be recovering and the future is looking positive.
Whether the tenant has a written agreement or not, a tenancy will have been formed as far as the legal position is concerned, and the default position is the Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST).
Landlords are mostly quietly optimistic that he will prove to be an ally and perhaps even reverse some of the damaging policies and legislation of the Conservative party that has been introduced over the past 5 years.