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30/03/2016
 

  Homebuyers in search of the best-value starter homes in the capital should continue to head east and south-east as a new report confirms Bexley as London's most affordable borough. Despite emerging as one of south-east London's fastes... read more »

 
29/03/2016
 

Financial policy committee also warns of possible run on sterling and higher interest rates for mortgages in boost for remain side The Bank of England has given David Cameron a significant boost ahead of the EU referendum by warning that a... read more »

 
28/03/2016
 

No swirling staircases or private cinemas in a gazillion-pound mansion, Brits actually want a vanilla south-facing, detached property with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a small lawned garden and parking space for two cars.   According to rese... read more »

 
24/03/2016
 

The British have been closely linked to Malta for hundreds of years and many choose to purchase homes and retire there. With good weather, a favourable tax regime and most Maltese speaking English fluently, it’s easy to see the attraction. If ... read more »

 
23/03/2016
 

Average house prices will rise by 20,1 percent by the end of 2019 with a typical home then costing £236,691 according to BNP Paribas Real Estate.The bank has been one of the lower profile - but more accurate - forecasters of the residential mar... read more »

 
23/03/2016
 

Turmoil in the stock markets and plunging commodity prices have hit rents in some of the world's most expensive property markets. Half of 17 key residential markets in the world saw a decline in prime rents last year, according ... read more »

 
22/03/2016
 

The average house price in England and Wales has passed £300,000, according to Rightmove. Prices have shot up 50pc in 10 years, outpacing wage growth in the same period at 22pc and CPI inflation of 26.8pc. The finding comes as research by est... read more »

 
21/03/2016
 

Location always affects the price of your home but you may be surprised to hear that it could also affect whether you get a rubber stamp for your planned loft extension or granny annex.  Even though around 90 per cent of applications are g... read more »

 
18/03/2016
 

Buy-to-let landlords have been dealt a new blow in the Budget after the Chancellor abandoned plans to exempt 'significant investors' from the extra 3 per cent stamp duty charges and snubbed them in a capital gains tax cut. From April, anyone pu... read more »

 
18/03/2016
 

The UK housing market will slow down after April after “a surge in buy-to-let activity”, as the increase in stamp duty for second homes is introduced. Only 17pc of respondents to a survey of members of the Royal Institut... read more »

 
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