Some of our property investments are "Easy Exit". This article explains what Easy Exit means and how it differs from other properties.
In this article we discuss how we calculate the investment value and share price when we have properties revalued.
This article explains how you can use the UOWN resale market to list your shares for sale to other UOWNers.
We recently spoke to some of the customers that use the UOWN platform to find out more about their reasons for investing and why they chose UOWN.
At UOWN we pride ourselves on being simple, honest and transparent. This article outlines the fees that we charge and the costs that go into running the properties.
Technology is helping revolutionise industries but property has been behind the curve. That is changing, we look at five key areas that technology could help you as a landlord. Saving you money and time in the long run.
Student finance can be a minefield with plenty of places that are easy to trip up. We put together a guide for parents and prospective students to help ensure that you don't fall into some of the most common and overlooked
Pensions are vital when it comes to retirement but increasingly people are becoming disillusioned with the pension industry and are looking into the alternatives. We have compiled a list of various vehicles that can be used for retirement and given you the lowdown on what each may be able to do for you.
Getting your child ready for life away from the proverbial nest is something that takes a long time, but as the time fast approaches there are a few things you can do to get them and yourself ready for the big day.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC for short) are a requirement when buying, selling or renting a home. What are they, what do they show and why should you care? Find out all this and more in our guide.
It's Yorkshire Day! We are celebrating all things Yorkshire and the unique companies that make the county a truly beautiful place to live.
Getting into property development can be difficult, with lots of potential pitfalls. Here is our guide on how to break into the industry and common mistakes to avoid.
A staged home will sell for 17% more on average than a non-staged home, and 95% of staged homes sell in 11 days or less. That is 87% faster than non-staged homes. Thinking of staging your house for sale? We have a guide on the various steps you can take to make you house more desireable.
Wnat to know what the best student accomodation in the world looks like? We look at the worlds most mad and wonderful student accomodation!
What rate of interest do parents charge their children? We surveyed 2500 parents to find out.
Decorating a property you rent is not always easy. Adding personal touches doesn't normally fit in with a landlords vision of "hassle free tenants" but there are plenty of things you can do that will keep you on the right side of your landlord.
When you are a student or a young professional, finding furniture that fits both your budget and your style can be difficult. Does it have to be one or the other?
We take a look at why you should consider investing in student property. There are a number of things to consider and we help you navigate the pros and cons.
We take a look at the best places to invest in property in 2018.
Which royal palaces would you like to see Prince Harry & Meghan live in after they tie the knot?
Buckingham Palace may be one of the most expensive properties around the world but is that because of its location? We have taken 8 homes of the rich and famous and relocated them across the UK to see how much the price differs based on the price per square foot in each area. How much would Buckingham Palace be worth if it was in Blackpool or if Beyonce and Jayz's 30,000 ft LA mansion was actually located in Doncaster?
We take an in depth look at St Annes Drive and all the reasons that make it an attractive investment.
To celebrate our first Easy Exit property we are offering some of the first UOWNers in St Annes Drive the chance to win some great goodies. To find out more about what they are then this is the article for you!
Crowdfunding is a relatively new idea but it's gaining in popularity. It offers many advantages for new companies and investors alike. Here we dive into why it's gaining popularity so quickly.
The buy-to-let squeeze has made investing hell for landlords. Here’s what the Chancellor’s current policies mean for the property market.
We’ve taken a look at the key reasons that have drawn millennials to the latest investment opportunity – property crowdfunding.
As with any investment property crowdfunding is not without it's risks. We have listed out the potential risks and also explained what we do to mitigate those risk as much as possible.
UOWN explains two of the key similarities and differences between investing Bitcoins and Property Crowdfunding.
We love a good game of Monopoly, but it’s absolutely nothing like real-life property investing. Here are five ways the future of property is actually much better.
In this article we look at how property crowdfunding works from top to bottom. Looking at the main advantages and disadvantages.
The North is the new South when it comes to property investment. UOWN offers ‘proven performer’ properties in Leeds. Investments start at £20 with at least 6.4 percent returns from rental income alone.
Student accommodation as an asset class is one of the best types of property to invest in, because it offers industry leading returns and is seen by many as a safe investment.
Leeds is one of the best cities in the UK to invest in property. For those of us that live in and around the region we can all see the great changes that are taking place in the city, whether it be the new John Lewis, Leeds United nearly securing a play off spot or an incoming HS2 rail project there are a lot of reasons to see promise in Leeds.
We look at the recent regulatory changes affecting buy-to-let properties and what this means for landlords.
A quick guide on the best ways to help you save and maximise your savings for your first house deposit.
In recent years there has been a raft of changes aimed at taming the Buy-to-Let (BTL) market. These changes have pushed landlords to the limit and many have been forced to sell up as once profitable properties have now slipped into the red. Many who still want to remain in property are looking at other avenues where they can make similar returns but without the headache of being a hands on landlord.