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Interest in buy-to-let could plummet

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Interest in new purchases from buy-to-let investors dropped 27 per cent in March compared to the same month last year as April 1st tax change starts to bite, according to Rightmove. The…

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Static lending rates may fuel house prices

Residential property prices in the UK will almost certainly continue to rise next year after the Bank of England implied the first interest rate rise may not happen before 2017, according to…

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Young investors set to fuel buy-to-let boom

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Many young people may be struggling to get a foot on the housing ladder, but that does not mean that they do not recognise the potential benefits of investing in residential property.…

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Regulation & Law

Ed’s last stand: “a load of cobblers”

General Elections bring out the opinions of the electorate and property people have been more than forthcoming in these last days before the big election day on 7th May. Naomi Heaton (left),…

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Significant increase in new housing consents

There has been a sharp rise in the number of housing permissions by local authorities in the last year, according to new data published by the Home Builders’ Federation (HBF) and Glenigan.…

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Regulation & Law

Sharp rise in new housing permissions

There has been a significant increase in the volume of housing permissions by local authorities in the last year, according to new figures published by the Home Builders’ Federation (HBF) and Glenigan.…

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Autumn Statement: 40,000 new homes promised

40,000 new homes on their way – that was a good start to The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. The Government has, again, increased its drive for more affordable housing to help to address…

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UK house prices set to rise in 2016

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With record-low interest rates for at least another few months and housing supply set to remain low, the general consensus among households across the UK is that property prices will increase in…

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