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Sales volumes decline UK-wide

Sales volumes decline UK-wide

By Vin Parmar on 25 Jan 2018 in Industry News

Land registry data shows that the biggest declines in London and Midlands are due to sales volumes falling UK-wide. London’s sales were 6,494, down 21 per cent annually in September – higher than the previous month fall of 15.8 per cent. In East Midlands there was a further decline to 6,099 sales, falling 17 per […]

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What’s in store for the housing market in 2018?

What’s in store for the housing market in 2018?

By Guest Blogger on 19 Jan 2018 in Industry News

By Maurice Kilbride, Managing Director of Maurice Kilbride Residential Sales and Lettings 2017 was a pretty uneventful year for the housing market – prices didn’t do a lot, especially around London. In fact, the North performed much better in terms of percentage price increases, while London prices fell in real terms. Stamp duty, Brexit uncertainty […]

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Who’s really renting property across the UK?

Who’s really renting property across the UK?

By Guest Blogger on 11 Jan 2018 in Letting

By Rose Jinks, Just Landlords As a landlord, you may know what type of tenant you’re letting a property to, but do you know who the most common kind of renter is across the UK? As the private rental sector expands, you may think that there are more tenants in every demographic. This may be […]

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Predictions for the rental market in 2018

Predictions for the rental market in 2018

By Guest Blogger on 4 Jan 2018 in Industry News, Renting

By Tom Gatzen, Co-Founder of Ideal Flatmate With renting becoming the new norm for London’s millennials and the government continuing to fall far short of its self-made targets for new homes being built, what does the future of renting look like in the Capital over the next 12 months? Rents cooling down, but for how […]

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