Investors, landlords and property enthusiasts will descend on London’s ExCel on October 7 and 8 for the annual Property Investor & Homebuyer Show, which is free to attend.
Brixton-based estate agent is offering the money to any local homeowner who lets them value their property for rent or sale.
The increase goes some way towards offsetting a £6,249 fall in the average price tag on a home seen across July and August.
You can get on the property ladder when you’re 27 in Carlisle – but you’ll need to be 34 in London, says Halifax
One-bedroom flat above The Globe Tavern in Borough is estimated to have been worth £190,000 when Bridget Jones’s Diary came out in 2001
Nearly one in three homeowners who are not planning to move would be more likely to do so if stamp duty costs were cut further, a survey has found
The law, which was announced in last summer’s Budget, will be gradually phased in from next year.
Seventeen million (34%) of adults in the UK own a home with another person but one in four of those are not aware of the legal structure to how they own their home
More than one in ten (11%) homeowners who remortgaged to reduce their monthly repayments in August made monthly savings of over £500, according to data from LMS
Properties with ocean views attract a property price premium of 30.4per cent – significantly higher than other water view premiums
Mortgage lending in August was the highest for any August since the same month in 2007 – before the crash.
The pace of city level house price inflation is slowing with growth in the year to August 2016 running at 8.2%, latest figures from Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index reveal.
The tenants were awarded £2,500 in damages over damp in property
SAFEagent, the kitemark scheme for agents offering Client Money Protection, has backed the National Approved Lettings Scheme’s (NALS) call for a cap on letting agents’ fees.
Fears that the property market will crash are unfounded, according to Savills Residential Research director Susan Emmett.
There was more bad news for the pensions industry after a new study found that young people feel saving for property is more important than a pension.
An MP has written to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, raising concerns over the effect short-term lets regulations are having on the London property market.
Buy-to-let (BTL) investors continue to benefit from falls in mortgage rates, particularly those looking for longer-term agreements.
Figures from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs show there were 109,630 residential property transactions in the UK during August.
Yorkshire Building Society says reversing the traditional stamp duty rules would help first-time buyers