With its erratically soaring prices in the past few years, it is quite understandable if you have given the capital a miss when looking for property in which to invest.
It’s probably a no-brainer – do you spend 18 years patiently saving for the deposit to buy your first home or do you tap into the Bank of Mum and Dad?
We are excited to announce that UKinsuranceNET is moving to a new, bigger and better HQ!After 14 years at Alton House, Grange Road in Darlington, we are moving to a purpose-built office on Falcon…
The provision of new affordable housing in many English villages is being hampered by planning authorities’ rulings that development is “unsustainable”, says the Country Land and Business Association
The latest Mortgage Trends Update from UK Finance reveals that the mortgage market is softening, with a decrease in the number of completed mortgages in September 2018 across the first time buyers.
Has the current climate of financial austerity in the UK contributed to a spate of subsidence insurance claims? There is certainly evidence of an upsurge in such claims...
With it being Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month (in Northern Ireland), now is a timely reminder for all landlords and lettings agents to check that rental properties are ‘Gas Safe’ as the colder weather
Landlords of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) faced tougher new restrictions on the standards of their let properties from the beginning of this month.
More than 170,000 Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) are to be drawn into the licensing regime operated by local authority housing departments, the Residential Landlords’ Association has estimated.
The majority of Brits would purchase a home in need of home improvements says research from estate agent Jackson-Stops.
RICS (the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) is urging the Government to overhaul the housing tax system, including ending stamp duty on certain properties. By doing so, RICS say this could...
PropertyWire reports that asking prices in England and Wales were down 0.3% this month, whilst values were also down in Scotland.