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New Home Registrations Increase Once Again

Home Registrations There has been a 21% increase in the number of new homes being built across the UK from a year ago, according to the latest figures from NHBC. 13,527 new homes were created in the last year up from 11,218. This increase continues the positive trend of more and more new homes being […]

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Building in Market Towns Averages £31,000 Premium

For prospective homebuyers and first-time buyers looking to move to quiet market towns, it could come at an extra premium of around £31,000. Key data recently released by Lloyds Banks indicate that average property prices in a market town are £294,000, which is £30,986 higher than houses in the surrounding county areas. There a number […]

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Strong Performance from Mortgage Market Continues

The mortgage market has continued to grow in May following an impressive performance in April. Mortgage approvals have shown no signs of slowing down for 2019 despite initial Brexit property fears. According to the latest figures from charted surveyors e.surv, approved residential mortgages reached 65,801 in May, an impressive 1.2% increase compared to May 2018. […]

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Highest Level of House Sales in April Since October

Latest data published by the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) show that the number of sales agreed in April have reached their highest level since October 2018. Further statistics indicate that first-time buyers are continuing to grow in the property market as 2019 continues. Estate agents have continued to see property buyers and sellers […]

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UK Property Remains a Good Long-Term Investment

Why Buying UK Property Remains a Good Long-Term Investment Many potential house buyers and sellers have adopted a wait and see policy on Brexit before they make their move one way or the other. With fears of a house price crash, buyers are hesitant to buy now while sellers are worried the value of their […]

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Conveyancing Figures Defy Brexit Predictions

  Conveyancing figures allay fears of a Brexit slump in the housing market You may think with all the talk of Brexit that buying and selling on the property market had stalled as buyers worry that the house they buy may suddenly drop in value after Brexit while other buyers may be waiting for an […]

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