Yorkshire Building Society is offering a two-year fixed rate mortgage at 3.25% in a bid to help first-time buyers.
The average rent for a one bed property has reached £1,329 per month as nearly one in three London households are renting privately.
Tenants in the UK want landlords to respond to issues quickly, set a reasonable rent and draw up a fair tenancy agreement, according to new research.
The UK property market is running at two speeds in which second hand properties stagnate while the sale of new homes continues to rise, it is suggested.
More than 250,000 non-home owners appear to have given up on the dream of owning their own property in the past year, according to a new study.
The Conservatives have pledged to bring in the ban on letting agent fees charged to tenants.
Home Information Packs are firmly back on the agenda.
Wembley house prices have rocketed by 71% in the decade since the new version of the iconic stadium was opened.
The Conservative Party has pledged to deliver the million homes it promised by 2020 and build 500,000 more in the two years after.
Energy efficiency, a garden, a parking space, security and good broadband are among the top essentials for home buyers in the UK, according to the latest research.
Buy-to-let valuations dropped by 7% in April after the reduction in mortgage tax relief, research from Connells Survey & Valuation has found.
Shares in Foxtons fell yesterday after the firm issued a trading update which said that revenue in the first quarter of this year was down £10m on the same period last year.
This evening Channel Five’s Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords is due to show a letting agent shutting eviction expert Paul Shamplina in his office.
Lenders are reporting “sluggish” home-mover mortgage borrowing, while first-time buyers continue to drive the market.
Over one million households in the UK are struggling to pay their mortgage according to research by L&C mortgages.
The Conservatives have this morning announced a reform of the house buying process in the party’s manifesto for the June 8 General Election.
Demand for short-term loans continued to increase in the first quarter of the year, with more property investors turning to bridging finance in order to fund their property acquisitions.
The Mortgage Works has cut its interest cover ratio for buy-to-let lending to lower rate taxpayers from 145% to 125%.
The number of properties being listed to let dropped for the fourth consecutive month in April, and this is placing upward pressure on rental values across many parts of the country, the latest RICS Residential Market Survey has revealed.
The Labour Party has published its full manifesto for the upcoming General Election on June 8.