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Annual rental inflation on new tenancies returned to growth for the first time in two months during July, referencing firm HomeLet claims.  The referencing firm says that rents on new tenancies increased by an average of 1.1% annually after two ... read more »
 
 
UK house prices have recorded their fourth quarterly fall in a row for the first time since 2012, according to the Halifax.  The mortgage lender said that property prices between May and July were 0.2% lower than the previous quarter.  ... read more »
 
 
Should you buy or rent a house? Buying your own home can be expensive but could save you money over the years. Renting a property through a letting agent or private landlord offers less autonomy to live by your own rules, with more flexibility if you... read more »
 
 
As any landlord out there would testify to, managing buy-to-let properties can easily become a full-time job, not least if you have multiple properties with a dozen tenants. Maintaining and managing property requires varying responsibilities, from in... read more »
 
 
The average house price in the Home Counties is up +1.69% in 2017 so far and +5.71% annually - outperforming London in terms of price growth. The latest research has shown that the London market continues to lose momentum against the more affordab... read more »
 
 
The latest data and analysis from KIS Housing has shown that property prices in the North East have continued to reverse in slow motion, with a fall of 0.4% over the past four weeks seeing prices slip below those of twelve months ago. According to... read more »
 
 
02/08/2017
The government has created the Help to Buy schemes including Help to Buy: Shared Ownership and Help to Buy: Equity Loan to help hard-working people like you take steps to buy your own home.   The Help to Buy: ISA ... read more »
 
 
UK could be hit with new property recession as house prices tumble to lowest levels for years Figures showed this will be the longest continuous fall in prices since 2009 - the peak of the financial crisis   THE UK could be hit with a n... read more »
 
 
I suppose it was easy to predict this was coming, but the Welsh devolved Government launched their consultation on tenant fees last week which will run for approximately 12 weeks, closing on 27th September. All the political parties i... read more »
 
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