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House prices in every London borough, January 2019 The average asking price of a London home has dipped below £600,000 for the first time since 2015 this month as Brexit uncertainty continued to frustrate the property market.Prices have droppe... read more »


With 34-minute trains to Euston and homes from £220k, Milton Keynes is a commuter town with first-time buyer appeal.  The top commuter towns where first-time buyers are moving. Average first-time buyer spend: £220,350, which would ... read more »


London is hurtling towards becoming a city of renters. Industry experts reveal their top tips on location and getting the best deals. By 2025 Prince George will be at senior school, Crossrail will (presumably) have opened and the capital will offici... read more »


The UK is currently 13th out of 20 countries for eco-building, but the number of green schemes is set to rise. Healthier buildings are a top priority according to a new study which finds the construction industry is predicting a 60 per cent leap in ... read more »


As it gets ever harder to save enough money to buy a home of your own, discover the small savings can help you build a deposit. Five ideas to help you save a home deposit: Want to buy a home of your own? It isn’t easy to save for a deposit bu... read more »


London is back at work after a sizzling summer spent sitting round the holiday pool, doing the maths on the amount of time wasted commuting, totting up all those travel costs — and wondering if it is all worth it.Traditional working patterns ar... read more »


Average asking prices in London have hit a record high of £650,000, with price growth driven by rising demand in the outer boroughs.Buyers priced out of more central London locations because house price growth has vastly outpaced wage rises sin... read more »


Help To Buy is continuing to help cash-strapped Londoners who want to get on the property ladder.The scheme covers new homes valued up to £600,000 and allows buyers to borrow 40 per cent of the purchase price from the Government in the form of ... read more »


The high price of housing, the capital’s rising population and Brexit jitters are combining to shut first-time buyers out of the property market, according to Professor Tony Travers of the London School of Economics. A slow-down in new hom... read more »


Rents in Britain have stayed broadly flat over the last year but overall the lettings market is highly active with viewings up 13.3% year on year and lease signings up 3.5%, new research shows. However, at the same time, supply has fallen by 6.9%, a... read more »

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