Asking prices in the UK fell by 1.5%, or £4,496 this month which means that they are now almost £10,000 lower than in October, the latest monthly index shows. Year on year asking prices are still 0.7% higher than in December 2017 at &pou... read more �
Houses with three bedrooms or more result in higher yields of landlords in the private rented sector in the UK, research suggests. The latest figures from online buy to let agency Yieldit shows that these types of properties are producing net yields... read more �
Rent costs in the UK’s private rented sector will rise in line with increased demand from prospective tenants and the impacts of the tenant fees ban in 2019, according to letting agents. But estate agents believe that house prices will soften ... read more �
A quarter of young couples who have moved back in to the family home have done so in order to save money for a house deposit, new research has found. Some 12% did so after graduating from University and a further 12% returned home because they could... read more �
Rents in the UK’s private rented sector increased by 1.5% in the 12 months to November, taking the average to £918 per month, but down month on month in most regions, the latest rental index shows. However, when London is excluded the av... read more �
Property prices in London’s prime property market are continuing to fall but the number of new buyers registering in the market is rising, the latest monthly analysis report shows. Overall prices are down by 4% in the central London market yea... read more �
Home owners in the UK who find themselves in arrears should contact their lender sooner rather than later but those providing mortgages could manage some situations better, according to the financial watchdog. The Finance Conduct Authority says that... read more �
Young people whose parents own a property in Britain are now almost three times as likely to be home owners by the age of 30, compared to those whose parents who are not owners, new research has found. From the middle of the 1990s to the early 2000s... read more �
Developers in Britain could be required to put the environment at the heart of residential and commercial building and have to assess the type of habitat before submitting planning applications. A new consultation has been launched, which is open un... read more �
Almost half the population in the UK, some 48% think re-introducing 100% mortgages is a good idea, a nationwide poll has found. The research from YouGov, which polled the views of 9,713 British adults, asked whether mortgages that don’t requir... read more �
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