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The Most Expensive Areas In London

Top 5 include Kensington and Chelsea, the City of London, Westminster and Camden   The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released a new analysis of the 2016 house prices, suggesting a wide price gap in England[…]

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The Average UK Rent Increased 2.1% YoY in September

Index date from HomeLet’s retail index reveal that in 11 of the 12 regions covered by the research, rents had risen. At an average rise of 2.1% across the country, the UK average monthly rent[…]

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Calls For Increase In Build to Rent

Rent Prices Skyrocketing Renters are now paying over £54 billion in rent to private landlords across Britain, more than twice the £26.5 billion mortgage interest paid by owner occupiers. The increase in rental bills have[…]

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Are you in a bad credit situation?

Credit and Responsibility: Two concepts that do not always match! Last week the Bank of England warned lenders to ramp up their emergency buffers as Britons continue to take out more and more unsecured debt.[…]

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Adam Smith Institute Decries Help to Buy

The UK government announced on 1st October that it planned to set aside an extra £10bn to reinvigorate the Help to Buy Scheme. Written off as little more than a political ploy to hamper decreasing[…]

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Continued High Price of Office Space in London Demonstrates The City’s Resilience Despite Brexit Uncertainty

The Global Cities 2018 Report issued by international real estate giant Knight Frank shows London’s prime office space is still the most valuable in Europe, and ranks highly on the global scale, deflating fears that[…]

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Is Buy To Let Dead After Tax Changes

The last couple of years have seen broad, sweeping changes to the buy to let (BTL) market. HMRC has noticed the returns that BTL have been generating and are keen to carve out a piece[…]

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May Offers A ”New Generation of Council Houses”

Addressing the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester earlier today, Theresa May pledged to dedicate her premiership to fixing the ‘’broken’’ housing market. She spoke of getting ‘’back in the business’’ of building subsidised rented homes[…]

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Mortgages For Smaller Deposit First Time Buyers Increase

Registered chartered surveyors e.surv have revealed from their recent report that approvals for Home loans were up 7.8% on August 2016. The overall mortgage market has been growing but what is significant is the proportion[…]

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Northern Powerhouse: The New North-West Market

George Osborne’s plan for a Northern Powerhouse to rival London was mocked by many, who suggested that it would be impossible to up-end the London-centric focus in the UK. However, recent statistics are showing that[…]

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