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Lockdown Causes Slow Down Of Sales Market

By published on 01/06/2020  

House prices fell 1.7% in May from the previous month, the largest monthly fall for 11 years, according to Nationwide Building Society.Annual house price growth halved from 3.7% to 1.8%, as the coronavirus crisis hit market activity."The medium-term outlook for the housing market remains highly uncertain," Nationwide warned."We have already seen a sharp economic contraction as a res Tags: Lockdown, Slowdown, Sales, Property, Market

The Market After Lockdown

By published on 29/04/2020  

The ban on viewings and house moves as part of coronavirus lock down has brought the UK property market to near-total standstill.Anyone who was thinking of buying or selling a home before the pandemic hit will be wondering how the market is going to look, as we all figure out what the “new normal” is after Covid-19.If you were in the middle of a sale, should you now ask the vendor for Tags: Property, Market, Lockdown

A Positive 2019 For The Housing Market

By published on 29/01/2020  

The housing market appears to have ended 2019 on a positive note according to the National Association for Estate Agents.Its latest market data shows that in December the number of sales agreed per member branch fell, as is usually the case at Christmas, from seven in November to six.But year-on-year however, the number of sales agreed has increased, from five sales agreed in both December 2017 an Tags: Property, Market

Looking to Invest in Property?

By published on 06/01/2020  

If you’re looking to invest your money in property that you want to see go up in value, then choose a house or flat in an up and coming area. Buy before prices rise and watch your investment grow as the area becomes more desirable.Sounds like a good plan? So how do you find an up and coming area? Looking for the following criteria is a great start to your search:Transport LinksIf the area al Tags: Investing, Property

Make Your Home Ready To Sell

By published on 02/12/2019  

If you’ve decided to put your home on the market, then you’re probably thinking about sprucing it up before potential buyers start to call. You don’t need to spend a huge amount of money to make your home more appealing to potential buyers. We have put together some short handy tips to improve the look and feel of your home without breaking the bank.De-ClutterYour home will appea Tags: Selling, Property

Renting Demand For All Adult Age Ranges On The Rise

By published on 04/11/2019  

New research from an international law firm FTI Consulting shows that the rental sector in major UK cities is now changing its demographic make-up and including far more retirees than ever before. The study surveyed 6,500 people living and working in three British cities as well as 200 estate agents and developers to get their findings.As we know the national rental market is now larger than ever, Tags: Renting, Property

What To Do With Your Spare Monthly Income

By published on 10/10/2019  

The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously to hold the Bank Rate at 0.75 percent during its September policy meeting, as widely expected. The bank also reaffirmed its pledge to gradual and limited rate rises in the event of greater clarity that the economy is on a path to a smooth Brexit, and assuming some recovery in global growth.Interest rates may have gone up slightl Tags: Money, Property, Interest Rates

Home Surveys - What Type Do You Need?

By published on 03/09/2019  

Home surveys are a good way of finding out if the property you want to buy has any problems or issues. It will help you to decide whether to go ahead with a property purchase if any red flags show up. There are various types of property survey you can choose from. Here is a short guide to each one so you know what to expect:Full Structural SurveyThis is the most expensive survey and the one that p Tags: Surveys, Property

Good News For First Time Buyers

By published on 05/08/2019  

As we all know, getting on the property ladder can be extremely difficult for many people. Deposit levels have gradually increased since the global financial crisis in 2008 – the average first time buyer deposit ranges from £79,000 in London to £15,449 in Liverpool – assuming that you put down a 10 per cent deposit.In good news the income required for first time buyers to b Tags: First Time Buyer, Housing Market, Property

Top Tips For Making An Offer

By published on 12/07/2019  

So, you’ve decided to make your move onto the property ladder and finally found the house that you love. You want to make an offer for it but aren’t sure where to start.Well firstly, a sellers asking price isn’t necessarily the amount a property will be sold for, in most cases people are willing to drop from the asking price. To stand a better chance of having your offer accepted Tags: Property, Offer

Stop Waiting On Brexit To Sell Your Home

By published on 15/04/2019  

You’ve been wanting to sell your home and have been waiting with bated breath for the end of March, only to be disappointed that the Brexit negotiations were extended, and uncertainty remains. Timing can be a critical factor when deciding to sell a house but if you’re waiting for Britain to leave the EU and things to settle down before making your move, then you could be waiting for a Tags: Brexit, Property, Selling

Property Transactions Figures Increase Pre Brexit

By published on 22/03/2019  

Brexit is upon us and the uncertainty remains. How will the deal play out and will it still be the 29th March that sees the UK leave the EU? No matter how you voted everyone’s eye is keenly on the Prime Minister and the next few months will answer many of our questions.One thing for certain is that Brexit will affect every single person in our country both personally and also in the workplac Tags: Property, Brexit

Top Tips For Buying Your Dream Home

By published on 04/01/2019  

It’s more than likely going to be the most expensive purchase you’re ever going to make, so why not try to guarantee you are making the most informed decision you can. When buying your dream home, you can be led by the heart, but with the amount of money at stake use your head to cover all basis before putting in that all important offer.Below is a list of our top 10 hints and tips to Tags: New Home, Property, Buying, Top Tips

Don’t Panic About Brexit Just Yet

By published on 20/12/2018  

With Brexit fast approaching, the uncertainty of the London housing market continues to be a hot topic of conversation around the city. What will it mean when Britain finally leaves the EU in March of 2019?According to www.gov.uk Land registry figures there has been a dip in London property sales in the two years since the EU referendum, mostly due to people being slightly wary of selling their ho Tags: Property, Estate Agents, Brexit
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