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Michael Wright's Market Update

Wed 24 Feb 2016

Michael Wright gives his views on the current property market

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First time buyers spend £52,900 on rent before buying

Sat 13 Feb 2016

First time buyers typically spend £52,900 on rent before getting on the housing ladder, the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) Cost of Renting report claims.

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Love thy neighbour (it seems not always!)

Sat 13 Feb 2016

According to the latest research, for 18 million Brits, their neighbours have become a nuisance.

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CML: Lowest mortgage arrears in a decade

Sat 13 Feb 2016

2015 saw the lowest arrears rates in more than a decade, figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders show.

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Over a third of private tenants are not saving to buy

Sat 13 Feb 2016

A report appears to show that well over a third of British tenants are not saving to buy.

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Limited Company Buy to Let transactions rise again in January

Fri 05 Feb 2016

Applications made by Limited Companies accounted for 43% of all buy-to-let transactions in January, analysis from broker Mortgages for Business has revealed, up from 38% in December 2014.

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UK housebuilding up 7% year on year but still way behind required levels

Fri 05 Feb 2016

The number of new homes registered to be built in the UK increased by 7% year on year in 2015, hitting an eight year high of over 156,000 according to the National House Building Council (NHBC).

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A Help to Buy ISA is opened every 30 seconds

Fri 05 Feb 2016

Potential first-time buyers have opened a Help to Buy ISA account every 30 seconds since the scheme was launched on 1 December 2015.

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Halifax: Average house prices now at over £212,000

Fri 05 Feb 2016

Average house prices in January stood at £212,430 say the Halifax.

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BoE: Mortgage approvals up 21% year on year

Tue 02 Feb 2016

Mortgage approvals rose 21.2% year on year in December, from 102,910 to 124,803, according to Bank of England (BoE) figures.

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CML: Stamp duty reforms urged

Tue 02 Feb 2016

Responding to the HM Treasury consultation on the 3% surcharge on Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) proposals for second properties, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) urges reform of the implementation plans, to mitigate potentially negative impacts on the housing market as a whole.

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House price confidence remains strong

Tue 02 Feb 2016

The latest quarterly Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker has revealed that confidence in the UK housing market remains strong despite a backdrop of cooling confidence in the wider economy.

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How far will people move to get on the property ladder?

Tue 02 Feb 2016

A new report has revealed that almost 13m people plan to move over 20 miles in order to be able to afford to buy their first home.

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CML: 2015 lending reached £220.3bn

Mon 25 Jan 2016

Mortgage lending reached an estimated £220.3bn in 2015 – an 8% increase on 2014’s total of £203.3bn, Council of Mortgage Lenders figures show.

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Market Update

Mon 25 Jan 2016

Michael Wright gives his views on the current property market

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Experian: 1.7 million tenants frustrated in their home buying plans

Mon 25 Jan 2016

According to Experian, one in three private tenants have put their plans to buy on hold and have remained in rented accommodation longer than planned.

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ARLA: Dedicated Housing Court needed to cover all lettings sector legal disputes

Mon 25 Jan 2016

ARLA (The Association of Residential Letting Agents) wants a dedicated court or tribunal to deal with all property and housing related legal disputes.

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CML: “slow but steady” growth

Mon 18 Jan 2016

The Director General of the Council for Mortgage Lenders (CML) Paul Smee has forecast “slow but steady upward trajectory over the next two years” after the trade body released its lending data for November.

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2015: Over 300,000 first time buyers for second year in succession

Mon 18 Jan 2016

The Halifax has revealed that during 2015, first-time-buyer numbers hit 310,000.

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26% of first-time buyers take 35 year mortgage terms

Mon 18 Jan 2016

In 2007 the proportion taking out a thirty five year term was 16%, yet by 2015 that figure grew to 26% according to researc h from the Halifax..

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Stress: Where does buying or selling a property rate?

Mon 11 Jan 2016

Research from Which? Mortgage Advisers reveals that buying and selling property is one of the most stressful life experiences - more so than having a child and second only to going through a divorce. But which was considered worse?

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Halifax: Property prices rise 9.5% year-on-year

Mon 11 Jan 2016

UK property prices in the fourth quarter of 2015 were 9.5% higher than the same period in 2014, according to the Halifax.

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Government to directly commission 13,000 new homes

Mon 11 Jan 2016

The Government has kick-started its affordable homes programme by announcing the fast-track building of thousands of houses on publicly-owned land.

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ARLA: rents to increase in 2016

Mon 04 Jan 2016

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has said that rents will rise in the New Year due to legislation changes affecting landlords.

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AMI: Mortgage rates to rise early in 2016

Mon 04 Jan 2016

Mortgage rates are likely to rise in the first quarter of 2016 as lenders look to control their lending before the Mortgage Credit Directive comes into force in March, the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries predicts.

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First-time buyers reliant on family help

Mon 04 Jan 2016

More than half (52%) of first-time buyers rely on their families to financially assist them in buying their first home, research from Which? Mortgage Advisers says.

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RICS: Rents up 3% in 2016 with forecast of more by 2020

Mon 04 Jan 2016

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is predicting that rents are likely to increase even faster than house prices in the next five years.

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Lease extension demand soars over the last four years

Mon 04 Jan 2016

The Uk’s largest conveyancing firm claims there has been a 140% increase in the number of properties requiring leasehold extensions in just the past four years - and that 10,000 transactions a year may be affected by 2020.

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RICS: House prices to increase by 6% in 2016

Mon 04 Jan 2016

House prices in the UK will see an average increase of 6% over the course of next year, the RICS housing forecast for 2016 is predicting.

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Zoopla: 600,000 Britons are now property millionaires

Mon 04 Jan 2016

More than 600,000 Britons are now property millionaires with their home values having eclipsed the £1m mark.

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Santander: Buying is cheaper than renting across the UK

Mon 04 Jan 2016

A report from Santander says that potential first-time buyers would have lower monthly outgoings if they bought a property than they do renting.

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Michael Wright's Market Update

Mon 21 Dec 2015

The start of a New Year is always an opportunity to reflect on the year that has just passed and look forward to the one that is about to begin.

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Getting on the home ownership ladder getting easier

Fri 18 Dec 2015

Barriers to getting on the housing ladder fell from September to December 2015 with the announcement of The Building Societies Association’s Property Tracker which found that 52% saw raising a deposit as the biggest barrier, down from 59% in September.

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More 95% loan to value mortgages in 2016

Fri 18 Dec 2015

New lenders will enter the 95% loan to value market in 2016, Accord’s National Intermediary Sales Manager David Robinson has foretold.

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Do small housebuilders hold keys to home ownership?

Fri 18 Dec 2015

Owning a home is likely to be on many peoples New Year wish list. With the Government’s commitment to deliver thousands of new homes, there are many doors opening for first time buyers, as well as opportunities for the housebuilding industry.

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Rents are slowing across the UK

Fri 18 Dec 2015

The latest HomeLet Rental Index reveals that rents on new tenancies agreed over the three months to November fell in most areas of the country.

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Wear and Tear tax allowance to be changed after consultation

Fri 18 Dec 2015

HM Revenue and Customs has published the responses it received to its 12 week consultation on changing the Wear and Tear Allowance for buy to let landlords.

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130,000 Help to buy completions to date

Fri 18 Dec 2015

The Help to Buy Equity Loan and Mortgage Guarantee schemes have assisted 130,000 mortgages since their launch in 2013.

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A third of the UK has problems with neighbours

Fri 18 Dec 2015

18 million residents, or a third of the UK’s adult population, have faced disputes with their neighbour over the past 12 months, and half of those have been left feeling stressed or depressed.

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Tenant demand continues to grow

Fri 11 Dec 2015

Paragon Mortgages report that tenant demand has continued to grow across the country in quarter three of 2015.

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Britons quick to fall in love with property

Fri 11 Dec 2015

A survey by My Home Move, has discovered that we are a nation of decisive homebuyers who are quick to fall in love with a home and act fast to buy it.

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Average deposits rising

Fri 11 Dec 2015

Mortgage Advice Bureau say that average deposits rose in nine out of eleven regions in October. As a result, the average purchase deposit reached £71,301: a monthly increase of 0.9% and annual rise of 3.5%.

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Stamp duty hike may hit new-build volumes warns Berkeley Homes

Fri 11 Dec 2015

The chairman of Berkeley Homes is warning that the Government’s 3% stamp duty increase for buy to let properties and second homes risks damaging the ability of housebuilders to construct new homes

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NAEA: First time buyer sales are at highest level in six years

Thu 03 Dec 2015

First-time buyer sales hit a 6-year high in October to account for nearly a third (31%) of all sales, according to the National Association of Estate Agents’ October Housing Market Report

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£4,600 will be the average cost of raising buy to let stamp duty

Thu 03 Dec 2015

Buy to let landlords would have to pay an extra £4,565 per property purchase in the first three quarters of 2015 if the Chancellor’s 3% stamp duty rise was already in effect, Kensington analysis has revealed.

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2014 stamp duty change saves buyers £1.9bn

Thu 03 Dec 2015

UK homebuyers have saved £1.9bn in stamp duty since it was reformed from a slab to progressive structure in December 2014, My Home Move data has revealed.

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63% of those eligible intend to take advantage of Help to Buy ISAs

Thu 03 Dec 2015

With the Government’s Help to Buy ISAs now launched, new insight from MoneySuperMarket reveals 63% of prospective homeowners plan to take advantage of these new tax free accounts to help get them on the housing ladder.

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Michael Wright's Market Update

Mon 23 Nov 2015

Michael Wright gives his views on the property market as we move towards the end of 2015 and look towards 2016

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TUC: Cost of housing blamed for increased commuting

Mon 23 Nov 2015

The number of commuters spending more than two hours travelling to and from work has increased by 72% over the past 10 years - with high house prices the major factor.

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CML: Gross mortgage lending hits a seven year high

Mon 23 Nov 2015

Gross lending hit its highest level in over seven years in October, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

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New housing starts recovering

Mon 23 Nov 2015

Housing starts recovered in quarter three, reversing some of the drop in activity seen in the second quarter, official figures show.

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Digital homes add value

Mon 16 Nov 2015

A Digital Homes Report by Barclays Mortgages reveals that almost a third of home owners surveyed online believe installing technology in their home will increase its value.

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Value of UK housing stock doubles over past decade

Mon 16 Nov 2015

Halifax has revealed that the value of the UK's private housing stock has risen by 53% over the past decade from c£3.3 trillion in 2005 to c£5.1 trillion in August 2015.

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Rightmove say house price rises will continue next year

Mon 16 Nov 2015

Asking prices have dipped slightly in the normal November slowdown, reports leading property website Rightmove.

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Building societies to review mortgage age limits

Mon 16 Nov 2015

The building society sector has committed to reviewing the maximum age limits for mortgage borrowers.

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First-time buyers need £50,000 income to get on the property ladder

Tue 10 Nov 2015

New research by Gocompare.com claims that first-time buyers need on average a minimum household income of £50,000 to purchase a house in the UK.

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Restricting appeal of buy to let mortgages will push up rents, warn lenders

Tue 10 Nov 2015

Measures which discourage investment in the private rented sector can only push up rents and harm tenants more than landlords, a report from the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association warns.

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Government to toughen up on HMO rogue landlords

Tue 10 Nov 2015

The government plans to extend and toughen up HMO licencing to tackle rogue landlords and overcrowded housing in 2016.

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Over-55s wealth to double by 2035

Tue 10 Nov 2015

The value of property owned by over-55s in England is set to double to almost £2.5 trillion by 2035, research from Age Partnership has revealed.

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Landlords: Beware of winter void periods

Tue 10 Nov 2015

Landlords should be wary of leaving their homes empty in the winter as the weather could lead to problems such as damp and mould, the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks has warned.

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Equity release: Pensioners cash in on property

Tue 10 Nov 2015

Pensioners are boosting retirement incomes by an average £74,787 by cashing in on rising property prices, analysis from leading over-55s financial provider Key Retirement shows.

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Second steppers rely on the Bank of Mum and Dad

Tue 10 Nov 2015

The Bank of Mum and Dad is no longer being relied upon solely by first-time buyers – as second steppers are depending on their parents to make the first move up the housing ladder.

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Public expect house prices to rise

Tue 10 Nov 2015

68% of Brits expected house prices to rise in the next 12 months in the third quarter of 2015, the Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker reveals.

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CML: One in three homes are bought with cash

Tue 10 Nov 2015

Approximately one in three homes are now bought with cash – the highest level for over 60 years.

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NAEA: Top tips to sell your home during the winter

Tue 10 Nov 2015

The National Association of Estate Agents top tips for those looking to sell their property during winter are as follows:

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Office of National Statistics: UK rent rises 2.7%

Mon 02 Nov 2015

The latest report from The Office for National Statistics on private housing rental prices has found that over the last 12 months up to September 2015, private rental prices paid by tenants in Great Britain have risen by 2.7%.

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House prices up 3.9% says Nationwide Building Society

Mon 02 Nov 2015

House prices up 3.9% says Nationwide Building Society

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Number of new homes fell in quarter three although up during the year

Mon 02 Nov 2015

Housebuilding registrations fell by 2% in Q3 2015 year on year despite the government’s pledge to boost housing supply, figures from the National House Building Council (NHBC) reveal.

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Right to Rent to commence in February 2016

Sat 24 Oct 2015

The Government has announced that from 1 February 2016 all private landlords in England will have to check new tenants have the right to be in the UK before renting out their property.

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Mortgage market breaks through the £20bn barrier in September

Sat 24 Oct 2015

Gross mortgage lending reached £20bn in September 2015 the Council of Mortgage Lenders has estimated.

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George Osborne says tougher buy-to-let regulation coming

Sat 24 Oct 2015

The Chancellor, George Osborne, has said that the Bank of England was likely to receive the powers it had asked for to regulate the mortgages which small landlords use to buy properties.

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Michael Wright's Market Update

Sat 24 Oct 2015

Michael Wright gives his views on the current property market

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Inquiry by MPs into rental energy efficiency

Fri 16 Oct 2015

The All Party Parliamentary Group for the private rented sector has launched an inquiry into the energy efficiency of private rented housing.

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UK pensioners more reliant on their homes than anywhere else in Europe

Fri 16 Oct 2015

UK pensioners are more reliant on their homes than in any other European nation, a report from Dutch banking group ING has revealed.

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The annual cost of home ownership to reach £15,300

Fri 16 Oct 2015

The average annual cost of being a homeowner is set to reach £15,300 this year, Legal & General’s Home Truths research predicts.

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Housing Bill backed by NAEA and ARLA

Fri 16 Oct 2015

The National Association of Estate Agents and the Association of Residential Letting Agents are backing the government’s Housing and Planning Bill 2015-2016.

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HMRC generates over £50m of extra tax from private rental sector

Fri 16 Oct 2015

A campaign targeting residential landlords has given HM Revenue and Customs an additional tax take of over £50 million.

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Men are from Mars and women are from Venus when it comes to choosing a home

Fri 16 Oct 2015

Women looking to buy a home are most concerned about the space within a property, while men’s decisions are governed by the home’s location, research from Santander reveals.

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Government aim to generate more new homes by clamping down on slow planners

Fri 16 Oct 2015

The government is telling councils to produce local plans for new homes in their area by 2017 – or Whitehall will ensure those plans are produced for them.

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20% year on year increase in house purchase mortgage lending

Mon 12 Oct 2015

New data from Chartered Surveyors e.surv has found that over the last twelve months, the number of house purchase mortgage approvals has reached a twenty-month high and risen by 19.8%.

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RICS: Rents will rise 3.0% in 2016 as demand continues to outstrip supply

Mon 12 Oct 2015

Average rents have risen for 10 months in a row according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors - and there's every sign that it will continue into 2016.

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80% of tenants like their landlord

Mon 05 Oct 2015

Research commissioned by Paragon Mortgages reveals positive attitudes among tenants towards private renting.

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First time buyer house prices outpace rest of market

Mon 05 Oct 2015

UK property prices have risen 7.3% annually to reach an average of £219,315.

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There are now over 15,000 mortgage products to choose from!

Mon 05 Oct 2015

According to new data released by Mortgage Advice Bureau, the total number of mortgage products has passed 15,000 for the first time since the recession.

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Volumes of property transactions hit (seasonally adjusted) summer high

Mon 05 Oct 2015

Residential property sales in the UK hit an 18-month high in August, following a 3.1 per cent month-on-month rise, the latest figures published by HMRC have revealed.

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Homeowners more optimistic about the UK economy than renters

Mon 05 Oct 2015

Homeowners are more confident in the state of the UK economy and their own finances than renters, the latest Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report has revealed.

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NLA survey says majority of landlords won't use pension freedom to invest

Sun 27 Sep 2015

A report from The National Landlords Association (NLA) shows that the majority of landlords don’t plan to take advantage of pension freedoms to invest in property.

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Significant increase in buy to let sales says report

Sun 27 Sep 2015

Buy to let sales in August 2015 were up by 54.1% compared to the corresponding month last year hitting £3.31bn, research from Equifax Touchstone shows.

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Market Update

Sun 27 Sep 2015

Michael Wright gives his views on the current property market

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Over half of borrowers say they will struggle when mortgage rates rise

Sun 27 Sep 2015

52% of borrowers say they will struggle or fall behind with mortgage repayments when interest rates rise, according to a new survey by the Building Societies Association.

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60% increase in the price of flats over the last decade

Sun 27 Sep 2015

Halifax research has revealed that the average price of a flat has risen £730 per month over the past decade from £145,874 in 2005 to £233,424 today.

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Nine million renters feel that home ownership is a distant dream

Fri 18 Sep 2015

Nine million UK renters (45%) say they will never be able to afford their own home, according to the latest Post Office Money Mortgages survey.

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Strong recovery in lending to second steppers

Fri 18 Sep 2015

Gross mortgage lending to second steppers and home movers rose strongly in July, to its highest level since October 2007, according to figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

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Huge reduction in house building within the green belt

Fri 18 Sep 2015

The number of homes built within the green belt surrounding our towns and cities has halved over the last twenty years, according to research from Countrywide.

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Seven million over 50s still paying a mortgage

Fri 18 Sep 2015

Research by the Saga Equity Release Advice Service has highlighted that around seven million over 50s are still paying off their mortgage, with dreams of holidays and new cars fading fast.

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Number of first time landlords on the increase

Fri 18 Sep 2015

The latest research from the Nottingham Building Society has found that almost 1 in 5 (19%) of landlords plan to buy more properties and add to their portfolio.

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Lasting Power of Attorney vital say property lawyers

Fri 18 Sep 2015

A property solicitors’ practice says buy to let investors who intend using their property to fund some, or all, of their retirement should have a property Lasting Power of Attorney created before they reach retirement age.

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£41,000 extra to live near a stately home

Fri 18 Sep 2015

Buying near one of Britain’s ‘stately homes’ will command a typical premium of £41,000, according to the latest Halifax research.

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Career Opportunity - Climb the career ladder

Wed 16 Sep 2015

Due to our continued success and growth we have a vacancy for a sales negotiator

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Best Letting Agent In Isleworth

Tue 15 Sep 2015

We are delighted to have been voted best letting agent in Isleworth 2015 by the independent All Agents review site

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Old Isleworthians make a winning start

Tue 15 Sep 2015

Our sponsorship of Old Isleworthians has started the season well.

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Government should encourage downsizing say CML

Mon 07 Sep 2015

The government's planning system should be reformed so older borrowers have an incentive to free up family homes, says the Council of Mortgage Lenders’ chief economist Bob Pannell.

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Over-55s will buy second homes say Prudential

Mon 07 Sep 2015

The housing market could see an increase in the number of “silver landlords” as two in five (37%) over-55 homeowners plan to buy a second property as a buy-to-let, development or for their relatives, research from Prudential has revealed.

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£41,000 premium to live near top rated schools

Mon 07 Sep 2015

On average, parents pay a £41,000 premium to buy a house near one of England’s top secondary schools, say Lloyds Bank.

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Over 1,000 buy to let mortgages now available

Tue 01 Sep 2015

The number of buy to let mortgages available in the market has hit 1,000 which is the highest level since 2008..

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Supply of rental property increases

Tue 01 Sep 2015

The number of available private rented properties rose in July, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).

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Half a million people intend to use pension to repay mortgage

Tue 01 Sep 2015

Over half a million people in the UK intend to use all or part of their pension to help repay their mortgage balance, reveals new research from specialist insurer Partnership.

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Good news as arrears and repossessions fall again

Mon 24 Aug 2015

According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the repossession rate - already at its lowest since records began - continued to fall in the second quarter of 2015. During that period, the rate was 0.02% - equivalent to just 1 in 5,000 mortgages. Arrears also continued to fall.

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How long does it take to choose a new home?

Mon 24 Aug 2015

Research shows that a third of house hunters spend almost three months browsing the property market before deciding on their new home.

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Nearly 40% of Right to Buy homes have ended up in private rental sector

Mon 24 Aug 2015

Nearly 40% of all homes sold under Right To Buy in England have gone on to become buy to let investment properties.

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Modern kitchens, private parking and gardens top list of “desirability” factors according to survey

Mon 24 Aug 2015

A modern or open plan kitchen, off-street parking and a back garden are the features most likely to make a home ‘more desirable’ to potential buyers, according to research from property portal OnTheMarket.com

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Rise in popularity for 30+ year mortgage deals

Mon 24 Aug 2015

The proportion of homebuyers searching for mortgages with terms of 30 years or more has risen 8% to 21% over the past year.

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Market Update

Mon 24 Aug 2015

Michael Wright gives his views on the property market

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new sponsor for Old Isleworthians

Thu 20 Aug 2015

We are delighted to be sponsoring Old Isleworthians men's football team thsi season.

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£26 million confirmed by Government for new first time buyer homes

Fri 14 Aug 2015

Communities secretary Greg Clark has announced a £26 million fund for house builders to build starter homes for first-time buyers.

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Affordability at risk of creating housing market stalemate say Experian

Fri 14 Aug 2015

The UK housing market is at risk of a stalemate as growing families in most parts of the country face unaffordable increases in mortgage size if they want to move up the property ladder, say Experian.

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40% of 55 to 64 year olds banking on property wealth to fund their retirement

Fri 14 Aug 2015

New research from more 2 life shows that 40% of homeowners in the run-up to retirement are now relying on their property wealth as part of their planning.

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Re-mortgage lending rising

Fri 14 Aug 2015

House purchase lending hit £20.1 billion in June 2015, up 25% on May and up 13% on June 2014 while re-mortgage figures finally started to recover, say the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

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Research shows properties on 'Lanes' worth £100k more than 'Streets'

Fri 14 Aug 2015

Properties situated on ‘Lanes’ are worth over £100,000 more than those on a ‘Street’ according to new research by Barclays Mortgages.

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Buy to let mortgage lending enjoys another strong month say CML

Thu 13 Aug 2015

The rise of buy to let lending continues apace with the latest figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders showing another increase in activity.

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Multiple Award success for Isleworth Estate Agent

Mon 10 Nov 2014

Isleworth based Oakhill Estate Agents are celebrating a series of award successes based on their exceptional performance and customer service.

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Oakhill Estate Agents delighted to help after thieves struck at 'secret garden' used by cancer patients

Wed 23 Jul 2014

We were delighted to donate tools including a fork, spade and watering can to the Cranford Park Friends group after we heard how heartless thieves stole tools from a 'secret garden' used by cancer patients.

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Unsung heroes praised at community safety awards

Wed 23 Jul 2014

Hounslow Community Safety Heroes awards recognise unsung heroes who have helped improve safety in their communities and these were spotlighted at an awards ceremony on 12th February.

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Happy New Year - Michael Wright's look at the local property market in January 2014

Wed 23 Jul 2014

As we enter 2014, many people’s thoughts turn to the property market and at Oakhill Estate Agents we understand this desire to know what is happening and our prognosis is very positive for the year ahead.

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Oakhill Estate Agents Do The "Mobot" And Raise Over £1000 For Charity

Wed 23 Jul 2014

Michael and Justin recently took part in the Kew Gardens 10k run and raised over £1000 for the Mo Farah Foundation.

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St Mary's School Autumn Fete Sponsorship Success!

Wed 23 Jul 2014

We were delighted to sponsor St Mary’s Primary School Autumn Fete. As the only estate agent in Old Isleworth and a family business, we are committed to being involved in the local community

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Oakhill Estate Agents become an approved trader with the Consumer Code Approval Scheme

Wed 23 Jul 2014

As a member of the UK’s largest property ombudsman scheme, Oakhill Estate Agents are one of 11,745 residential sales agents that have signed up to TPO’s Sales Code of Practice.

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Oakhill Launch in Style

Wed 23 Jul 2014

Oakhill estate agents launched their agency business in style with an open day on Saturday 27th April.

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