Average asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.2% in the 12 months to February 2019, the first fall on the national figure for over seven years, according to the latest index data.
It takes the average asking price to £304,671, the figur... read more �
More than 2.4 million households in the UK who would have expected to have bought property for the first time after the financial crisis are still waiting at a time when the mortgage market is forecast to remain flat.
A new report from the Intermedi... read more �
A ban on Section 21, the process where landlords start an eviction, could have a negative impact on the private rented sector, new research suggests.
The industry is currently awaiting the outcome of a Government consultation on the creation of a Ho... read more �
Despite growing by just 2.7% in 2018 as Brexit fears slowed the market, the total value of UK housing stock increased £190 billion to hit a record £7.29 trillion, a new analysis shows.
But the value of London’s residential stock re... read more �
Lending rules set out by the UK’s financial watchdog are set to change to help some 140,000 home owners who are mortgage prisoners, unable to switch to a better deal with another provider.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has written to t... read more �
Average rents increase by 0.4% in the 12 months to November 2018 in Scotland, taking the average private sector rent to £574 per month, the latest Your Move index shows.
Glasgow and Clyde recorded the fastest rent rise at 14.1% year on year, t... read more �
Almost a third of current mortgage holders in Britain, equating to four million people, may have to re-evaluate their finances in later life as their estimated repayment age will be older than they expected.
In contrast the younger generation is ful... read more �
Annual house price growth in the UK slowed to just 0.5% in 2018, down from 2.6% in 2017, the weakest pace since February 2017, according to the latest lender index to be published.
Month on month prices fell by 0.7% in December, taking the average p... read more �
University cities offer some of the highest buy to let yields, making them potentially the most lucrative hotspots for landlords, says new research
An analysis by credit experts TotallyMoney of 580,000 properties across England, Scotland, and Wales ... read more �
Leaving the European Union without a deal would be more catastrophic for the construction industry than the financial crisis of 2008 when it lost 250,000 skilled workers, it is claimed.
According to the National Federation of Builders (NFB) a No Dea... read more �