A quarter of British buyers have abandoned the idea of buying a property in the European Union but there is still many who want to do so, especially in France, according to new research.
In May 77% of properties sold were below the asking price, data from the National Association of Estate Agents shows.
Mortgage borrowing increased by 9% year-on-year but the number of approvals has slipped, say lenders.
It’s the morning after the festival before for the 150,000 estimated revellers who enjoyed the Glastonbury Festival which drew to a close last evening – and now one estate agency says local house prices in such locations outperform wider areas.
Additional financial support is still required to help those jump from their first to their second home, suggests the latest Lloyds Bank Second Steppers report.
A new report reveals home-owners with children under eleven years old are twice as likely to move home as the average person
Over 285,000 home owners, including 240,000 first time buyers, have been supported by the Government’s flagship Help to Buy schemes, the latest figures show.
Santander customers can now receive mortgage advice online by linking to a video of a branch.
Brexit is not a factor in most people’s decisions to sell or buy a home – but the costs and hassle of moving are holding them back.
House price growth in London reached a 5-year low of 3.3% in May 2017, down from 14% just one year ago, Hometrack’s UK Cities House Price Index has revealed.
Home lending in the UK increased month on month and year on year in May, however expectations for this year and 2018 in the buy to let sector have been revised down due to burdens on the housing market.
Home buyers may not have been adopting the “wait and see” approach that many commentators have been espousing, depending on how you look at the latest HMRC property transaction figures.
The number of awards that The Property Ombudsman ordered agents to pay last year broke the £1m mark for the first time.
The housing market is getting closer to an equal balance between demand and supply, the Bank of England has claimed on the basis of input from agents
The Bank of Mum and Dad could help 450,000 homebuyers get on the housing ladder this year using equity release, Legal & General research suggests.
The majority of first time buyers in London overestimate house prices and homes in some locations considered expensive are often cheaper than they think, according to new research
Property sales in 2016 were 7% lower than in 2015, research from Lloyds Bank shows.
UK owners have seen the average value of their homes increase by more than 40% and almost £60,000 over the past eight years since interest rates hit historic lows, new research has found.
The managing director of lettings at Foxtons says Brexit and domestic political uncertainty have become ‘the new norm’ in the London property market.
A study using ‘eye-tracking’ technology has revealed what prospective buyers pay most attention to during viewings and shows critical differences between male and female viewers.