It seems that the housing market’s recovery from the recent lockdown during the pandemic has been much faster than many imagined.
Here is this weeks’ round-up of the latest property news and views ..
Rents stabilise, BTL regeneration hotspots, mis-sold leaseholds, UK’s most expensive villages, and more
News output is fast catching up with the reawakened property market. New issues are revealed, and progress is made towards resolving favourite talking points.
From a renewed flood in rental market activity to counting the cost of home sales delayed by the recent lockdown, life is returning to some semblance of normality.
Stamp duty holidaymakers, top university towns for buy to let, help for leaseholders, house price index, and your wellbeing at home
It’s all systems go on the property front and some of the latest developments are making the news – here is a brief selection of some of the headlines.
First-time buyers struggle, loans for tenants with debts, a warning from RICS, and more property news
Activity in the housing market gathers pace for both homeowners and tenants. Keeping track of that activity is this week’s news round-up, highlighting the following snippets.
Whether you are an established landlord or a first-time investor in property, the following are some of the stories making the headlines.
Now that the housing market is returning more or less to normal for homeowners, landlords and tenants, there is lots is going on in the world of property.
Thanks to the release of pent-up demand, experiences gained during the recent coronavirus lockdown and initiatives taken by the government, the housing market is steadily returning to normal.
It’s been several months – and seemed like an age – but the spring shoots of a reviving property market are more than showing themselves now.
There is certainly renewed energy in the air as the property market emerges from several months of lockdown. The housing market is receiving the kind of enthusiastic attention stoked by several months
The Great Escape, we do like to be beside the seaside, a cheap lettings service, and rogue landlords
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