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Demand at eight-month high as supply stays low, says NAEA

Demand for homes last month hit an eight-month high according to the National Association of Estate Agents. But as individual agents have been reporting for many weeks, ... More...



House prices close in on all-time peak

Brokers have welcomed new official figures showing that house prices in England and Wales are within a whisker of their all-time high. House prices rose 4.6% in the ...

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London prices leap £23,000 in a month

London house prices surged in May to add £23,132 to the value of the average home, new figures show. The capital's property market has hit new heights, ...

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New security guidance issued for properties to let

A kit explaining how homes to let can be made more secure and legally-compliant has been launched by the Residential Landlords Association. Its 'Safe and Secure' tool ...

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Landlords upbeat about tenant demand

Research by specialist buy-to-let lender, Paragon Mortgages, highlights the continued growth in tenant demand in the second quarter, with 43% of landlords believing demand is either ...

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Central London average rents up - but Mayfair takes a tumble

Rents in prime central London are rising again after a prolonged period of stagnation, according to property advisers London Central Portfolio. “The key dynamic in this marketplace ...

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British Property Federation launches build-to-rent committee

The British Property Federation (BPF) has announced the creation of a new committee that will focus on promoting the emerging build-to-rent sector to government and other ...

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Dramatic surge in fee-free mortgages

The number of fee-free mortgages has quadrupled in the last five years and could shortly break the 1,000 mark, new figures show. There were just 220 fee-free ...

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Company selling refurbed homes gives finders' fees to 'property spotters'

A firm that buys derelict homes in London, refurbishes them and then sells them on the open market is rewarding individuals with a substantial finder’s fee ...

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AIIC: “New deposit protection rules are a step in the right direction”

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) is pledging its support for new deposit protection rules coming into force this week. Under the Deregulation Act, tenancy deposits ...

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LSE: “Rent control is not the easy answer”

Rent controls and similar policies which are thought to work well in other countries cannot be easily replicated in the UK’s private rented sector, according to ...

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