We Are Moving

House Seekers Move Abroad For Affordable Homes A fifth of disillusioned house hunters in the UK would consider leaving the country due to the cost involved in getting on the housing ladder. The United States is the most popular location with...

RICS: Property Markets Varying

Residential Prices Falling Supply and demand was mixed across the residential property market in January and 49% more surveyors saw prices fall. Scotland and Northern Ireland’s housing market outperformed the rest of the UK, with more buyer examination,...

Home Improvement

Boost for More City Council Tenants Thirty-four council house tenants can look forward to home improvements in the coming weeks after extra funds were secured for the city from the Government. It is the third time this financial year that additional...

COMMUNITY SPIRIT THRIVING AS EIGHT IN TEN BRITS WOULD COME TOGETHER IN TIMES OF...

  Two thirds say there’s a strong sense of community where they live: East Midlands comes out top Just under six in ten socialise with neighbours and almost one in five consider them close friends Over four in ten...

Britain’s Biggest Buy-to-Let Landlord Bans “Coloureds” & Battered Wives

Britain’s biggest buy-to-let landlord has banned so called “coloureds” from renting his properties “because of the curry smell.” In an email to letting agent Evolution Properties, Fergus Wilson ordered: “No coloured people because of the curry smell at the end of...

£2bn Birmingham-Chinese Housing Agreement

City council leader John Clancy has agreed a deal with Country Garden, a Chinese housing developer, to invest and build in Birmingham in a move that could be worth £2bn to Birmingham’s economy. Country Garden, based in Guangdong, is to...

UK intersest rates rise – How much will it go up?

It has been reported that the Bank of England is about to increase the base interst for the first time in a decade. This will undoubtly affect the property market, but ultimately what does the mean? The Bank of England’s...

‘Ending Rope for Money’ Fees

Husband and Wife Team Aims to End Unnecessary Fees PICTURED: Bal and Jag Hir An entrepreneurial couple have launched a campaigning website to end the “money for old rope” fees charged for rental properties by letting agents.   Husband-and-wife business team...

East Midlands has had 19,743 property purchases with Help to Buy equity loan

* Over 169,102 completed Help to Buy equity loan purchases have been made since 2013. * Leicestershire has had the most completed Help to Buy property purchases (5,177). * Rutland revealed to have had the least property sales from Help to...

More People To Live With Parents

According to the insurance company Aviva, millions of young people are expected to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade. The core reason for this is the affordability of housing, which is increasing more and more. The study...