An £845,000 manor house in Lancashire that was being raffled for £2 a ticket has a new owner.
The Sunday Times yesterday drew attention to what it called a ‘share sale puzzle’ at Purplebricks.
Technical hubs that create employment are also having an effect on house prices with locations such as Cambridge, Reading and Oxford seeing values rise substantially since 2012.
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.
Rent payments should be included when calculating credit scores to support tenants wanting to buy a home of their own.
Average rents continued to fall across many parts of London in the second quarter of 2017 although demand for rental properties increased.
Making energy saving improvements to homes could increase values by up to 38% in the UK as the majority of buyers would pay more for an environmentally friendly property.
Property auctions are a good place for investors to pick up a bargain, and every week these events are taking place at venues across the UK, offering a wide range of properties for sale.
House prices in Scotland increased by an average of 0.5% in June to reach an average of £175,941, according to the latest Your Move Scotland House Price Index.
There has been a significant drop in the number of homes available to rent over the past 12 months, according to new figures released today.
In what is a welcome change to the landlord bashing articles often featured in the media, the Liverpool Echo has published a story showing the flip side of the coin.
A league table drawn up by a rental sector insurance specialist claims private rental accommodation in university locations can produce yields up to 12 per cent per year.
A new snapshot of the buy to let mortgage market suggests costs have dropped further over the past three months as lenders compete for customers.
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.
An analysis of data from HM Revenue and Customs reveals that inheritance tax paid by UK families has topped £5 billion a year for the first time in history.
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.
Claims about how much an online agent could save sellers have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority.
First time buyer activity continued to grow in the UK in June with lending to this sector up by 26% compared to the previous month and up 9% year on year.
House prices in the UK increased by 0.8% in June compared to the previous month and by 4.9% year on year taking the average value to £223,257, the latest official figures show.
One in five landlords in the UK plan to sell at least one property from their portfolios in the next 12 months despite seeing more demand for lettings, new research shows.