The price of the average UK home will rise by more than 50% in the next 10 years, say online estate agents eMoov.
The supply of homes available to buy in the UK in July was at the lowest level recorded for the month since 2002 while demand also increased.
Analysis by the Nationwide suggests that the proportion of UK-wide stamp duty payments paid by purchasers in the south east of England are likely to have risen again.
The average price of a home in the UK is now £211,6712 – up slightly on last month but with growth slowing, according to data from the Nationwide.
Consumer group Which? says the public should be wary of claims made by online estate agents.
A large number of home movers in the UK, some 46%, risk voiding their home insurance policy by opting to transport their own possessions when they move.
A quarter of first time home owners looking to move up the property ladder, so called second steppers are finding it harder than buying their first home, new research has found.
Property consultancy Hometrack says London’s 12 month market slowdown has bottomed out with the annual growth rate rising to 2.8 per cent – up from 2.3 per cent last month.
A 12-month slowdown in London house price growth has ‘bottomed out’, property analyst Hometrack said this morning.
A new global property exchange platform has launched, looking as though it could be the ultimate in proptech.
Waterfront properties in the UK have always been popular and now new research shows that the very best are priced as much as 81% higher than comparable inland homes.
Buyers in the UK are more concerned about the state of a potential neighbour’s garden than the interior of a new home they are proposing to buy, new research suggests.
The Gambling Commission has issued warnings to home owners amid the renewed trend of house raffles.
Countrywide has issued forecasts for the housing market over the next two years amidst a warning that Brexit volatility is the biggest risk to performance.
The proportion of home movers buying homes has dropped from just under two-thirds to 51% in the past decade, figures show.
Asking prices for properties new to the market fell this month for the second time this year, Rightmove reported
An £845,000 manor house in Lancashire that was being raffled for £2 a ticket has a new owner.
Calls for the Government to cut stamp duty, the tax paid on a home in the UK, to reflect what is actually happening in the housing market, are rising.
The price of houses in the UK will remain high because a “structural decline” means fewer homes are being sold and let, thus fuelling an excess of demand over supply.
The east of England has been the outlier for house price growth in recent months but it is being overtaken by the east midlands, at least by seller expectations.