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A drop in the number of properties on the market, combined with a rise in the number of house hunters, meant that, on average, there were 11 buyers for every property in January, according to new...
House prices in London have dramatically pulled away from the rest of England and Wales in the last two decades.
House prices in the UK continue their upward trajectory, going up by 7.2% over the year to December 2016, with the average house costing £219,544.
The AA has this week launched a pair of competitive new mortgage deals, although they are only available to AA breakdown cover members.
Almost a third of houses on the market today have been reduced in price since they were first listed, with Brexit-related uncertainty being cited as a reason.
If property prices continue to rise over the next few years, the average house price in England could hit £301,864 by 2027 and £983,826 by 2037, new research has revealed.
Average house prices have shot up in 24 out of 40 areas that border Crossrail (now called the Elizabeth line), according to new research.
We talk to home movers about their experiences of buying and selling their property online. How did they do it? Were there any pitfalls? And would they do it again?
If you are one of the UK’s 4.1 million homeowners who holds a lease on their property, then 2017 could be your annus horribilis, according to a leasehold expert.
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