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It would be fair to say that in the letting market, not every decision is of benefit to Landlords and tenants. While it is hoped that Landlords and tenants hold a harmonious relationship where they work together to achieve a strong relationship, ther... read more »
Three Year Tenancy Policy Supports Tenants and Landlords
House prices are one of the most commonly discussed topics in the UK and it would be fair to say that most adults have an interest in how the market is performing. Whether you are looking to move soon, or you have an investment to think of, property ... read more »
UK House Prices Fell In December
The increase in the Bank of England’s base rate, from 0.25% to 0.50% in November of 2017 had a significant impact on the market. After all, this was the first increase in interest rates in a decade, and for many homeowners, it would have been t... read more »
New Mortgage Ranges On Offer In 2018
Given that it is generally agreed that it is difficult for many first-time buyers to get on to the property ladder, it is positive to see these buyers receiving assistance. There is a range of schemes in place aimed at assisting property buyers and o... read more »
Letting Fees Ban Not Expected To Overly Impact On Market
It is fair to say that the increase in the base interest rate of the Bank of England has caused many people to re-evaluate their mortgage. The move from 0.25%, which was a historic low, to 0.5%, may be a small increase, and the first increase since 2... read more »
2018: Further Interest Rate Increases To Impact On Mortgages
In the wake of stamp duty for first time buyers being cut at the Autumn Budget, many experts have been trying to predict the impact on the UK property market. At this point in time, it is too early to say what will happen for sure, and there is a ran... read more »
First Time Buyer Stamp Duty Cut: Impact On Rental Market
There are so many different factors to consider with the property market, it is often difficult to know what you should be looking at. While it is easy to compare property prices between different areas, this isn’t always a fair comparison, par... read more »
North East Affordability Provides Options In Property Market
Even though rents are rising across the United Kingdom, there is not universal good news for landlords. In fact, some landlords would argue that recent times have been highly challenging. There have been many issues for landlord to deal with, includi... read more »
Rising Rents And Dropping Buy To Let Yields
With the Bank of England increasing interest rates, for the first time in over 10 years, a lot of focus has fallen on what this means to homeowners with a mortgage. On paper, the move from 0.25% to 0.50% may not seem like a lot but this will mean a m... read more »
Mortgage Rates Increasing: Added Demand For Rental Property?
If you are looking to sell or let property, it is helpful to know when people are likely to be looking at property. If there is a period of the year when many people are looking at flats and homes, you need to ensure that your property is listed and ... read more »
The Boxing Day Bounce: When Do People Search For New Property
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