The latest figures from the Land Registry indicate that house prices have risen by 5.4 per cent year-on-year to reach record levels, with the stamp duty holiday deadline looming. The figures represent the highest yearly growth since autumn 2016, with
The property market has shown significant signs of rebounding with the stamp duty holiday deadline looming, according to the latest research.
A new version of the Help to Buy Scheme is set to launch in the coming months, while buyers using the existing scheme have been given longer to complete transactions that have been disrupted by the Coronavirus crisis. The deadline
The property market will continue to operate during increased coronavirus lockdown measures in England, the Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, has confirmed.
Activity levels in the property market reached new records in September as the market continues to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest research.
According to the latest research, around 50 per cent of the UK’s First Time Buyers (FTBs) are altering or delaying their moving plans, due to the lack of or worries surrounding income stability, mortgage availability and the Government’s restrictions.
First-time buyers are less likely to buy property than movers, with research predicting a change in the market.
According to the latest data from both Nationwide and Halifax, house prices have continued their post-lockdown recovery, reaching their highest monthly rise in August for more than 16 years.
The property market is once again looking buoyant after house prices hit an all-time high. The latest Halifax House Price Index revealed that in July 2020 the average price of a home was £241,604 – which is up by 1.7
The UK property sector saw the busiest month in more than a decade in July, with £37 billion in total property transactions being agreed during the month.