Topping UK property news headlines this week was the Prime Minister’s promise that all new buildings will in future come with charging points for electric vehicles (EVs).
What homebuying under-35’s want, criminal landlords, homes fit for climate change and other UK property news
As UK property news slips into its stride, there has been a fairly mixed-bag of headlines this week – here are some of the most notable.
Landlords have been unfairly hit by apparent chaos with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) while rent increases respond to a doubling of demand in many major cities.
New homes are keeping up with the times by including charging points for their owners’ electric vehicles, while the average prices for any home in the UK continue to rise. Other UK property news shine
UK property news remains as lively and informed as ever, with recent headlines shining a light on the experiences of would-be investors in holiday lets, forecasts of the movement in house prices...
Upgrade your EPC, funding for Covid rent arrears, 3 rogue landlords, house prices latest, and growth in property wealth
Here is our latest UK property news round-up, including how upgrading your EPC could add a £14k value to your property, plus the latest UK house prices news.
UK property news remains a hot topic across media outlets still, with particular emphasis on the remarkable bounce-back and runaway increases in average house prices in recent years, and the effect on
Energy efficiency savings questioned, house prices, Covid’s effect on the property market, new property tax, and RICS standards
Want to know what’s hot in UK property news? Then just read on. Headlines have been made by recent findings about the financial cost of some energy efficiency measures, the inexorable rise in average.
Pre-pandemic notice periods, electrical safety failings, property near commuter train stations, and HMRC triggers market slump fears
Media headlines continue to feature major UK property news stories. The housing market seems to be setting record after record in terms of prices and the unrelenting demand from hopeful buyers.
Record competition and prices, yawning gulf in regional house prices, the high cost of UK housing, and prices rocket near Underground line extension
The property news headlines for many of this week’s stories underscore the already high – and escalating - cost of housing in the UK.
Fee-free pets, record house prices, duration of the Stamp Duty holiday, landlord-tenant disputes settled, and rent levels outside London
This week’s property news headlines shone the light on both homeownership and the private rented sector as buoyant market conditions continued to shape the overall trend.
The buoyant state of the UK property market ensured that there were headlines for everyone in the last few days – from homeowners to landlords, and from tenants to those looking to get that crucial...