Whether it’s the latest advice for landlords and their tenants or property news about the continuing surge in house prices and property transactions more generally, the headlines continue to reflect..
Homes beat working, falling rents, property sales, Stamp Duty, and increasing the value of your home
News about the burgeoning property market continues to dominate the headlines. Stories of note include accounts of the way rising property values in some parts of the country are outstripping income .
The succession of lockdowns because of the pandemic during 2020 and 2021 revealed at least one silver lining – almost every type of crime fell throughout England and Wales, according to UK Research
Happy renters, “quick buck” landlords, house prices, the future of city centres, and other property news
Against a background of continued growth in the housing market generally and an ongoing exodus from cities to the countryside, recent news headlines saw several stories of particular relevance...
Startling headlines reveal landlords’ concerns that the laws governing their buy to let businesses are probably “not fit for purpose”, the rundown on some of the favourite improvements chosen...
A report by Business Wire on the 21st of April 2021 revealed that some 73% of all consumers currently have some form of home insurance, a slight increase on the comparable figures for 2019.
News headlines during the past week illustrate a continued return to normality in both the private rental sector and the property market more generally.
One of the questions sometimes raised about landlords insurance is whether it offers the landlord any protection against probably the biggest risk he or she faces – the unreliability of tenants in pay
From the demise of halogen lightbulbs to the interface of international relations and the UK’s domestic property market, the headlines this week seemed to have it all.
It’s so hot it’s over-heated. The property market continues to ride a tidal wave of activity, with further transactions still in the pipeline – even though the government has turned its nose up...
A sure sign that the housing market is getting briskly back onto its feet is the wide range of headlines we’ve noted this week.
A somewhat overheated property market shows a degree of volatility, yet further price rises are predicted. Is your own home one of those properties most likely to be in demand?