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?
There has been an especially interesting postbag of headlines this week, suggesting that the property market is once again getting into its stride.
The housing market seems to be following its most recent trend – a runaway demand from buyers and an inevitable shortage in the supply to meet the tidal wave of demand.
Soaring house prices, landlords and evictions, the most searched-for villages and more property news
Here’s this week’s highlights … the housing market is enjoying such a boom in demand that supply is proving inadequate. The equity release market is remerging as an important player.
The headlines see a further shout-out for tenants’ pets, the understimated equity in property, places where house prices are in the doldrums and others where they are soaring. Plus, a demand for rogue
New tax year for landlords, post-lockdown moves, planning permission for homeworking, and the lure of towns and cities for tenants
What are some of the latest developments to affect the property market and the likely future relationship for landlords and tenants post-lockdown? The past week has seen several property news stories.
March house prices, second-charge mortgages, what’s hot in the property market and other property news
Here’s this week’s round-up of some of the latest property news stories …
The week sees a welter of news stories with important implications for landlords, tenants, and leaseholders. Here is our pick of the most relevant.
Renting for the elderly and disabled, own your very own island, fallout from the pandemic and other property news
The property market has not entirely put behind it the nightmare and challenges of the coronavirus pandemic – but it is definitely getting there.
Support for commercial and residential tenants, rents soar – supply plummets, affordable hotspots, cladding woes, and Harborough prices
Bans on evictions designed to help tenants weather the impact of lockdowns, soaring rents, unexpected property hotspots, and rural property highlights are all subjects that have seized the recent news