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New Home Sales Improve For The 3rd Straight Month

New home sales increased 4.5 percent in March, beating economists’ expectations and hitting a 16-month high. The data, from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, is more evidence that home buying conditions are...

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UK’s top 10 buy-to-let hotspots are all in north of England 

New data revealed Liverpool’s buy-to-let market has the highest average return on cash investment. One & Only Pro, an investment portal, calculated the percentage of diamond property opportunities in buy-to-let hotspots across the UK. ...

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Half Of Homes Sold In Under A Month In March

The spring home sales season is underway and there’s no better proof than new numbers from the National Association of Realtors. According to their most recent existing home sales report, 47 percent of homes sold in March were on the market for les...

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Leeds named one of the best places to live  

Leeds city centre made it on The Times Best Places to Live in the UK 2019 list for the north and north-east regions of England. As Yorkshire’s economic powerhouse, Leeds continues to build on its business-friendly reputation and has becom...

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Realtors Say Buyers Want Green Homes

When it comes time to decide what type of home you want to buy, there’s a lot to go over. Beyond even the financial considerations, prospective home buyers have to make choices about the style of house, the size, number of rooms, the yard, storage,...

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Market Outlook Sees Stability Ahead For Housing

Fannie Mae’s Economic and Strategic Research Group releases a monthly forecast detailing what lies ahead for the economy and housing market. And though their most recent release says the overall economy will slow this year, their outlook for the ho...

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5 Tips That Will Help You Create a Cozy Living Room

Your environment should, as the name suggests, show off your personality, but the most important thing about one’s home is for it to feel comfortable. There are still some go-to general tips that everyone can benefit from when it comes to cozying u...

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Mortgage Rate Increase Doesn’t Deter Home Buyers

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates rose last week but the increase didn’t stop home buyers. In fact, demand for purchase loan applications rose 1 percent and reached their highest le...

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Over 30 London authorities will receive funding to build 11,000 new homes over four years 

The first ever City Hall programme dedicated to building new council homes is to receive a £10 million boost for planning and housing announced by Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London.  Over the next four years, this multi million pound Home Build...

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Best Ways to Make your Rental Property Easy for Maintenance

Landlords know very well that their business could quickly become a nightmare if they come across the wrong person. It’s easy to come across tenants who will have no respect for the fact that the flat doesn’t belong to them. Some tenants feel tha...

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Builders Say Demand Is High But Costs Are Rising

Home builders are on the frontline of the housing market. Their business depends on knowing what buyers want and when they want it. That’s why the National Association of Home Builders tracks builder confidence in the market for newly built homes. ...

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8 Reasons you can evict tenants without Section 21

The UK government has outlined plans to consult on new legislation to abolish Section 21 in an attempted to end ‘no-fault’ evictions. Section 21 notices have typically been used to evict tenants who have an assured shorthold tenancy. Giving  ten...

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What UK cities have the most green space?

Despite having industrial backgrounds, Birmingham and Manchester are in the top-5 of the leafiest cities in the UK.  Telegraph Property used data from Ordnance Survey and Savills to find out the number of gardens, parks, play areas, and othe...

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Archbishop of Canterbury backs building 9,000 new homes on Church of England land 

In a newly published report by the Church Commissioners CoE investment fund managers (CoE), the potential for 9000 new homes has been confirmed across 60 different sites owned by the Church of England.  The excess land amounts to a total of 2,670...

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Home Shoppers Ready To Take On Renovations

In a perfect world, we’d all be able to buy a home that fulfills our wish list, is in great condition, and already has our preferred fixtures, features, and finishes. Of course, that isn’t the way things work. Buying a house requires compromise a...

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Residents in Birmingham and Leeds use smart home technology the most

Based on residents’ ownership of smart technology, Birmingham and Leeds are the “smartest” home technology locations in the UK.  Online smartphone retailer e2save revealed research on people’s perceptions of the newest smart home items. ...

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Millennial Borrowers Close Loans In 44 Days

After finding a house to buy and having your offer accepted, the home buying process really kicks into gear. There are several steps that have to be cleared before a pending sale is completed and your loan has closed. For example, this is the time wh...

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Number Of Homes For Sale Shows Improvement

There are many ways to gauge the housing market. You can follow home prices and mortgage rates, buyer traffic and sales, new home construction, or access to credit. But, if you’re a potential home buyer or seller, there may be no better indicator t...

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How to make home improvements that boost your house value

Your home is your castle, your oasis, your Shangri-La. It’s a place where you can rest, work on yourself, and build a family. However, it has a beautiful and convenient element to it, too. Namely, the more you invest in making it attractive and com...

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Loans To Buy Homes Up 13 Percent Over Last Year

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Applications Survey, the number of Americans requesting applications for loans to buy homes is now 13 percent higher than it was at the same time last year. The improvement comes during a week ...

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How Much Do Sellers Spend On Home Improvement?

The typical home seller lives in their house for more than a decade before they put it up for sale. And during that 10 years, there are probably a few things they let go. So it’s no surprise that the vast majority of them feel the need to fix their...

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More Americans Say Now’s A Good Time To Buy

Spring is typically the season when housing market activity picks up. And this year – after a slow fall and winter that saw mortgage rates rising and affordability concerns increasing – the spring sales forecast has been a question mark. Will hom...

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A £40m flood defence scheme unveiled for Preston  

The mock-up of a flood risk development scheme for Preston and South Ribble is expected to protect about 3,600 residential properties and more than 300 businesses.   With a goal of lowering the flood risk for those in Preston Riversway up to t...

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Hammersmith & Fulham approve White City scheme

Hammersmith & Fulham give green light White City for missing part of its residential development jigsaw  Hammersmith & Fulham Council has approved planning permission submitted by Pilbrow & Partners to develop two buildings on Imper...

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How Much Of Your Money Should Go Toward Housing?

No matter how much money you have, you still have to make choices about how to spend it. Spending too much on one thing means not having as much for another. This is simple budgeting. And, since your mortgage will likely be among your biggest monthly...

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UK Government announces sale of 66,000 mortgages  

Sixty-six thousand mortgages and unsecured loans originally held by NRAM, formerly part of failed lender Northern Rock, are to be sold. The Government has announced that UK Asset Resolution (UKAR) which was created in 2010 to manage the loan bo...

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Channel 4 is in advanced negotiations for headquarters location in Leeds  

Channel 4 is in the process of leasing space in the historic Majestic building in the heart of Leeds city centre.  In October 2018, Channel 4 announced Leeds beat out Manchester and Birmingham for the company’s new Creative Hubs alongside Gl...

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Rate cuts, cashback and zero fees for buy-to-let landlords 

Buy to let mortgage deals hit an all-time high in March 2019, giving landlords more choice than ever. One month on and buy-to-let mortgage costs remaining stable, lenders are offering alternative incentives alongside rate cuts, as they compete ...

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Bathroom Trends From 2019 to Survive Into 2020

Like every area of the home, bathrooms are highly susceptible toward fashion and design trends. Novelties in this sector are harder to implement but, unless you’ve updated your bathroom for 15-20 years, it may fall behind from the rest of your ...

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What Are The Best Cities For Dogs?

There’s a long list of things you need to consider when looking for a house to buy. Whether it’s the size of the kitchen, the number of bedrooms, or just what condition its in, there’s no shortage of considerations. And, for people with dogs, a...

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Young professionals continue to flock to Manchester 

Manchester boasts a high retention rate of graduates and a net increase of young people moving to the city.   A recent report by Centre for Cities, an independent think-tank, revealed stats on migration to and from Manchester. The data show...

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Demand is returning to the prime property market in London

London’s prime property sector records a 6.3% increase in demand from buyers   Knight Frank’s latest property report records a rise of 6.3% of prospective buyers keen to buy property in prime central London (PCL). The increase in activity spa...

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Mortgage Rate Drop Stirs Up Demand

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates fell last week across all loan categories, including 30-year fixed-rate loans with both conforming and jumbo balances, loans backed by the Federal Ho...

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Persimmon raises the roof on customer care introducing new retention scheme 

National housebuilder Persimmon has made the news for the right reasons after a run of bad publicity in recent months over problems caused from its new build housing and poor effort in handling buyers’ complaints.  Persimmon recently announce...

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Steady buy-to-let mortgage costs reassure investors 

An analysis of the buy-to-let market by Mortgage Brain has shown that mortgage costs have remained stable over the past three months.  Landlords seeking a new mortgage deal will be reassured to learn that despite the changing market place, the act...

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No go for Government’s ‘reservation agreement’ similar to Home Information Packs.

Reservation agreements have been proposed by the Government as a way of trying to prevent property transactions falling through. The reservation agreement is still in draft form, but has been compared with Home Information Packs as being well-intenti...

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Younger Buyers Buying More Multi-Generational Homes

Where you are in life will determine what type of home you shop for when it comes time to buy a house. For example, first-time home buyers – because they tend to be younger and at the beginning of their careers – buy smaller homes and then trade ...

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Westminster City Council takes back control of housing stock with launch of new service 

Westminster City Council launched a new service today, taking back ownership of the housing stock that CityWest Homes had managed previously since 2002.  Prior to this the council has been conducting a six month listening programme as a way to h...

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What are the best postcodes for buy-to-let yields? 

With affordable housing prices and a thriving rental market, Liverpool boasts the top two postcodes with the highest average buy-to-let yields in the country.  Estate agent Benham & Reeves recently revealed the top-10 postcodes for buy-to-l...

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New Home Sales Hit An 11-Month High

New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development show new home sales reached an 11-month high in February. In fact, sales rose 4.9 percent over the previous month, beating economists’ expectations and risi...

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Do’s and Don’ts When Applying for a Buy-to-let Mortgage 

Purchasing or remortgaging a buy to let mortgage offers a myriad of choice, understanding some key aspects of lender criteria can help keep you on the right track.  Andrew Turner, chief executive at specialist buy to let broker Commercial Trust ...

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Mortgage affordability remains stable outside London  

Buying a London property with a mortgage is at its least affordable for a decade, but nationally mortgage affordability has remained steady, according to a study from Halifax.   Across the UK mortgage affordability has remained stable at or aro...

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Majority Of Buyers Say Prices Have Hit Their Peak

As home prices have recovered over the past several years, prospective buyers have become increasingly concerned about affordability conditions. After all, buying a home is a major financial commitment and getting less house for your money isn’t id...

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Residents Raise Rural Concerns for Oxford to Cambridge Arc Growth Plans

Poll of residents of the Oxford to Cambridge Arc highlights concerns for the countryside  In a recent poll, 1,500 people were interviewed about the proposals for a million new homes by 2050.  The development will extend across the ‘Arc’, an...

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Contracts To Buy Homes Stall In February

Contracts to buy homes fell 1 percent in February from the month before, according to new numbers from the National Association of Realtors. The decline follows a strong showing in January and was primarily felt in the Midwest, where pending sales ac...

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Falling Mortgage Rates Kick Season Into Gear

According to the Mortgage Bankers Associations Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates were down across all loan categories last week, including rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with both conforming and jumbo balances, loans backed b...

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Lets for Pets: Locations With The Most Lenient Landlords Revealed

A new tool has launched which allows Britons to find out which towns and cities in the UK have the most lenient landlords when it comes to owning a pet. Out of 100 locations, Carlisle had the highest percentage of ‘no pets allowed’ properties (68...

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Could new CGT rules offer investment opportunities for buy-to-let landlords? 

With house price growth slowing down and prices even falling in some areas, there is an argument that it is a buyer’s market for buy to let investors. Changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) could fuel property changing hands between landlords.  I...

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Which Home Projects Bring Biggest Return?

If you’re a prospective home seller, you’re probably thinking about upgrades, renovations, and remodeling projects. Making your home appealing to buyers is important when it’s time to sell. But how do you choose which projects are smartest for ...

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Government urged to review tax relief incentives for landlords

Speaking at the National Landlord Investor Show Conservative MP Ian Duncan Smith has urged the government to incentivise landlords who let properties to social tenants. He believes that private landlords provide a vital service by renting to tenants ...

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This Year’s Top Renovation Trends for More Property Value

Let’s face it: keeping up with the latest interior design trends is tiresome and can cost a pretty penny. But, if you manage somehow to put in place all those little design details, your property will increase its value. Potential buyers like i...

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Thousands of mortgage prisoners could be ‘saved’ by FCA proposals 

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has begun its consultation on relaxing mortgage affordability rules, which could mean thousands of mortgage prisoners are a step closer to freedom. The FCA’s new proposal suggests that mortgage lenders could...

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Some Big Homes Are Having Trouble Selling

Like anything else, residential architecture is affected by the popular trends of the day. But unlike most other things, homes last a very long time. So houses built to fit the lifestyle of people living in the 1940s and ’50s are still being bought...

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Homes England offers loan for development of derelict Birmingham site 

A £7.45m loan from Homes England is set to support the development of the first 1,150 homes at Port Loop in Birmingham.  The scheme at Port Loop will provide a mix of homes, including modular, factory built, and traditionally constructed hous...

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How to Create a Minimalist Workspace

Minimalism has taken the world of interior design by storm but there is a good reason for this. Basically, minimalism allows people who live in confined spaces to design their home in a way that will make it appear bigger. Contrary to popular belief,...

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Home Sales Surge In February, Up Nearly 12%

New numbers from the National Association of Realtors prove home buyers are excited to get the spring season started. With a nearly 12 percent increase in the number of previously owned homes sold compared to the month before, February was the larges...

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Could tax tribunal ruling highlight buy-to-let stamp duty surcharge exemption?

A recent tax tribunal ruling has revealed a possible scenario where buy to let investors can avoid paying the 3% stamp duty surcharge – whilst offering an opportunity for many more who have already paid the charge, to request a refund from HMRC. On...

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Spring Home Buyers Expect Less Competition

Last year, the big housing market story was the lack of homes for sale. With inventory down in most markets, home buyers had a lot of competition for the houses that were available. But, since then, the number of homes for sale has been climbing. And...

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First-time buyer boost as Nationwide and CreditLadder join forces  

Political uncertainty doesn’t seem to be deterring first-time buyers, and getting a mortgage could be getting easier due to a new partnership between Nationwide and CreditLadder.   The first-time buyer market has certainly been given a boost ...

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Guide to Decorating Kids’ Rooms

The fun thing about designing kids’ rooms is that there are fewer rules than with the rest of the home. The space needs to be safe no matter what, but other than that, you can go as eclectic and as personal as you want. Keep in mind though that kid...

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Manchester set for further housing and infrastructure growth 

As Manchester’s population continues to grow, further housing, economic, and infrastructure growth is expected to keep up.  Manchester’s economic growth is on par with top-performing cities across Europe. With a growing population, mainly ...

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Potential development of former Leeds International Pool site 

Leeds City Council has put up the old Leeds International Pool site for sale and are looking for developers interested in building mixed-use schemes, including retail, leisure, commercial, and hotel options.  Currently used as two car parks, the...

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Time for change – new building materials are transforming our homes

The construction industry is breaking out trying new materials that work with the environment, are practical but with a design edge.  In London’s trendy Fitzrovia, the architect, Bureau de Change www.b-de-c.com/  has completed its most rece...

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The How And Where Of Baby Boomer Debt

Debt is an issue for many Americans. From student loans to credit card balances, there are a lot of things we’re trying to pay off. But while the financial struggles of millennials are well known, there isn’t as much attention paid to the debts o...

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Construction opens its doors to the public again this week

 ‘Open Doors week’ is an initiative giving access to live sites set up by Build UK and the CITB.  Now a popular annual event – this year’s began on the 18th March and is running until the 24th March 2019.    Already the 2019 event ...

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2019’s Property Investment & Landlord shows

Here is a run-down of the most popular property investment and landlord shows and exhibitions throughout the UK in 2019. For anyone looking, there’s a wealth of knowledge out there surrounding the property market, and an ideal way to access thi...

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7 Tips for Corporate Event Photography That Isn’t Boring

It’s not easy to shoot great photos of corporate and business events. Business people socializing at an event, well, that is not so inspiring. When you have boring pictures that says something about your brand, too. You know, people rely heavily on...

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Join us live on Facebook for a UK property developer question and answer

Tune into the BuyAssociation Facebook live broadcast for our first digital meet the developer event! We will be speaking with the first residential developer in Liverpool Waters, and getting an insider’s view on The Peel Group’s latest wa...

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MIPIM 2019 – spotlight on Liverpool

Liverpool hit the headlines at this year’s four-day international property festival, with Everton FC chief executive Denise Barret-Baxendale taking a central role in both the future home of the club and the development of a new City Centre station....

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Builders Optimistic About Affordable New Homes

Home builders wouldn’t build new homes unless there was a demand for them. Knowing how many buyers are looking and what they’re looking for is part of their job. Which means, they’re a pretty reliable source if you’re looking for information ...

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Letwin Review promises quicker and greener new build for the UK high street

New planning guidance will be published for councils, to help them get the right homes finished on large sites more quickly.  Sir Oliver Letwin’s review, published at Autumn Budget, concluded that greater diversity of homes on sites with more tha...

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Rent Increases At Fastest Pace In 10 Months

For many Americans hoping to make a move, the decision to rent or buy comes down to affordability. It isn’t the only factor, of course. Depending on your job and lifestyle, there may be other reasons to prefer renting over homeownership. But there...

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Defra begins final week of consultation on introducing conservation covenants  

The Government’s consultation on the introduction of conservation covenants is running into its final week and will end on the 22 March 2019.    In line with its 25 year Environment Plan, the Government has been examining the legal process that ...

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What’s in store for buy-to-let landlords in the next tax year? 

A range of changes due to be introduced in the 2019/20 tax year could mean increased tax bills for some landlords and significant savings for others.   Personal allowances up to £12,500  As of April we can all earn up to £12,500 before paying t...

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Mortgage Lenders Say Credit Standards Are Easing

If you’re doing it right, the first step in your home-buying process will be talking with your lender. Your mortgage lender is the one who will be able to tell you whether or not you’ll be able to buy and how much you’ll be able to spend. In sh...

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What does the Spring Statement mean for the housing market?

On 13 March, Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond delivered his annual Spring Statement to the House of Commons and vowed the government is determined to fix the broken housing market.  The annual speech offers a mini-budget, settin...

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Home Buying Activity Picks Up As Rates Settle

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates were mostly down last week. In fact, rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances, loans backed by the Federal Housing Admini...

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Where are the most affordable areas near top state schools? 

The north of England offers a range of prime locations with affordable homes near well-regarded state educational institutions.   Often, parents of young children have to pay considerably more for a house within the catchment area of a to...

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Mortgage lenders rewarding loyalty

When a mortgage term reaches its end, most homeowners know they’ll get a raw deal from their existing lender, but things are changing as lenders actively seek to retain existing customers.  Staying with one mortgage lender for the life of your ...

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Many Buyers Opt For A Smaller Down Payment

For many Americans, coming up with a down payment to buy a house is the only barrier keeping them from pursuing homeownership. In fact, according to one recent survey, 40 percent of respondents said affording a down payment was the biggest thing that...

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Homes England is helping fund 1,500 homes in Liverpool  

Homes England is giving a £9.9m grant to Liverpool City Council to help provide up to 1,500 homes at the Festival Gardens in Liverpool.  Liverpool City Council has had plans to develop Festival Gardens, an iconic location in South Liverpool. H...

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Home Construction Surges To Start The Year

Among all the indicators that can be used to gauge the health of the housing market, few are as good as new home construction. After all, home builders wouldn’t be building homes if they didn’t think there were interested buyers. So, when new hom...

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Full Home or Room by Room Renovation

You’re planning a home renovation, but are you going to do it all at once or spread out the project over time? Either way, you should never lose sight of the costs and amount of disruption a renovation creates. These two taken together provide ...

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Tools and Resources for the Modern Home Buyer

In today’s society, technology has become a crucial part of our everyday life. So big, that we tend to involve it in everything we do; home buying is no exception. Just like in any other industry, customer experience has become a key aspect and com...

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Home Buyers See Purchase Power Rising

You can’t always pick and choose when it’s time to move. Maybe you found a job in another city or you have a growing family and need more space. Whatever the case, buying a home isn’t something you necessarily do only when the deals are too goo...

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Government crackdown on buy-to-let landlords ‘no benefits, no DSS’ adverts

Around 50% of landlords say they wouldn’t be willing to let to tenants on housing benefits, according to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.   Of the 4.5 million households living in rented accommodation, approximately 8...

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Housing Index Finds Americans Confident But Cautious

There are so many individual factors that can sway someone’s decision to buy or sell a house that it can be difficult to assess perceptions of the real estate market. But Fannie Mae’s monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index aims to do just that. By...

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Mortgage Rates Hold Steady In Latest Survey

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Applications Survey, average mortgage rates were fairly steady last week from the week before. Rates saw slight increases across all loan categories including 30-year fixed-rate loans with both...

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Buy-to-let landlords see 15% year-on-year rental income increase

Data released by ludlowthompson has revealed a huge increase in rental income over the last 12 months. With a 15% year on year increase, a massive increase from £16.2bn in 2015-16, to £18.7bn. The HMRC data analysed by ludlowthompson suggested rent...

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Leeds sets sights on doubling bus journeys and number of homes 

Leeds City Council is hoping to double the number of bus journeys in 10 years and the number of homes in the city centre in the coming years.  Last month Leeds City Council unveiled proposals to revolutionise bus travel in the city, in addition ...

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Buy-to-let mortgage deals hit a 12-year high 

Buy-to-let landlords can now choose from more than 2,000 mortgages according to a financial information website Moneyfacts.  In October 2007 there were 3,305 buy-to-let products on the market, but the 2008 crash changed the face of the mortgage i...

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New Home Sales Surprise With December Gains

New home sales data from the end of last year was delayed because of the government shutdown. But, the now released numbers contain an unexpected surprise. That’s because sales of newly built single-family homes rose nearly 4 percent in December fr...

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An ISA investment set to fund four housing projects in north-west  

An Innovative Finance ISA is being used for four developments across the north-west, which will create nearly 1,000 homes.   Investment raised through Fluid Bond, an investment service launched in Manchester, recently made its first payouts to ...

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The Hottest Landscaping Trends for 2019

Landscaping is a form of art, and just like any craft that focuses on aesthetics, it evolves over time. It requires a balancing act between utility and artfulness, so the function depends heavily on what you want to achieve. If you are fresh out of i...

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Grosvenor Britain & Ireland boss speaks out against developers Article 6

Developers less popular than drug dealers says industry chief speaking at Olympia event  Craig McWilliam, Chief Executive at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland was keynote interview with John Gravett, Head of Real Estate Management at Cluttons at...

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What Do Young Home Buyers Regret Most?

Buyers remorse is common when making large purchases. After all, if you’ve spent a significant amount on something, you want to be sure you got your money’s worth. And, since buying a home is among the largest purchases you’ll ever make, the ri...

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Savills report reveals fortune favours the brave in the UK property market.

The report released by Savills on the 26th February, highlighted the fortunes of buyers over the past 15 years. Showing the importance of timing and location when it comes to the UK property investment market. Using data from the Land Registry, the r...

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Suburbs And Storage Most Popular With Buyers

Every year, Americans are surveyed about the things they most want in their next home. And while some things change, like the preferred type of kitchen cabinetry or paint colors, there are other things that remain the same year after year. For exampl...

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Drone deliveries heading for a development in West London

A new 76 home in West London will showcase a new landing area for drone deliveries in June 2019, designed by architect Farrells.  The developer Almacantar is aiming to invest in technology to create the first residential housing site in London to...

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Rightmove reveals average London house price up 3.4 per cent and EU buyers are here to stay 

The average house price in London has reached £614,000 according to the most recent house price report released by Rightmove.    Between January and February property prices in London increased by 3.4 per cent between January and February 20...

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