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March 1, 2019

Top Tips for First-Time Buyers Looking to Get on the Property Ladder

Buy centrally or in a period conversion are the top tips for first-time buyers looking to get on the property ladder … read more Can I Get My Share of the Money Back from My Ex If We Bought a House Together? I paid a deposit of £100,000 for a house my ex-girlfriend and I […]

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February 22, 2019

Affordability for Home Buyers is Improving at the Fastest Rate in Eight Years

Annual wage growth is outstripping house price growth at the fastest rate since 2011 … read more Zone 2/3 District with Good-Value Property, Great Transport Links and Huge Investment on the Horizon No longer in Chiswick’s shadow, great transport links and affordability make this Zone 2/3 district a practical option for first-timers … read more […]

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February 15, 2019

Best Areas to Buy a Home Under 60 Minutes from Zone 1

Top commuter towns and villages with sub-60-minute journeys to London’s Zone 1, family-sized homes and below average rail fares. … read more UK Estate Agents at Their Gloomiest for 10 Years Expectations, demand and sales expectations all down in latest market snapshot. Brexit uncertainty and a lack of affordability in some areas continue to stifle […]

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February 8, 2019

Nearly a Million More Young Adults Now Live with Parents

Number has risen from 2.4 million to 3.4 million in 20 years, report saysNearly a million more young adults are living with their parents than was the case two decades ago, a study has found.The figures, in a report by the cross-party thinktank Civitas, will fuel concerns that too little … read more Eco Homes […]

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February 1, 2019

Simply Removals Move Will Buxton

The team at Simply Removals had an exciting move this week as we moved Will Buxton! Check out the shoutout our expert team received on Twitter below… Stalled Property Market Among Signs No-Deal Brexit Fears Have Cause ‘Enormous Damage’ to Economy House prices at slowest annual rate of growth for six years, according to latest […]

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January 24, 2019

UK Rents Fall for the First Time in a Decade

Yorkshire records biggest percentage decline but signs emerge rents are rising againRents across Britain fell in 2018 for the first time in a decade, offering relief for tenants after years of inflation-busting rises.Figures from the Deposit Protection Scheme – a government-backed group that supervises tenancy deposits – showed the average…read more Areas from Broadgate to […]

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January 18, 2019

UK House Prices Fall at Fastest Rate in Six Years on Back of Brexit

Outlook for sales the weakest in two decades, say Britain’s surveyorsThe looming threat of Brexithas dragged down the UK property market further, with prices falling at the fastest rate in six years and the outlook for sales the weakest in two decades, according to Britain’s surveyors.The Royal Institution of … read more The Skyscrapers Set […]

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January 11, 2019

News Roundup 11/01/2019: Where to Buy a Home Near the Capital’s New and Hidden Green Spaces

London will this year become the world’s first National Park City. Its new status, launched on May 1, will be celebrated by a series of crowd-funded events in parks across the capital to encourage turning even more of London green, through green roofs, “living” walls and rain gardens that absorb … read more Why Can’t […]

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January 4, 2019

Mortgages Without Mum and Dad’s Help

The deposit-free mortgages I am proposing would be aimed at those whose net income would increase significantly by moving from renting to buying, and who are not fortunate enough to be able to draw on the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’, writes Frank Field MPWhile Lloyds has identified the largest … read more The 100% […]

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December 14, 2018

Affordable housing plans given green light in Reading

Huge drop in Shropshire social housing building In addition to those completed last year, 110 social rental homes were started in Telford & Wrekin and four in Shropshire. It is a massive drop in Shropshire, where in 2010/11 258 were completed – more than in the last seven years combined. In Telford, social rental building […]

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