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    Extinction Of Affordable Housing Moves Closer
    Posted in: Blog

    Posted on: September 3, 2014

    According to a survey by the TUC, affordable housing in the UK is confined to just one district. Much like New Labour and Britpop, the time when houses were ‘affordable’ for the average wage earner will soon be seen as little more than a memory of a bygone age. Back in 1997 when Oasis were […]

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    5 Worrying Problems With The UK Housing Market
    Posted in: Blog, News

    Posted on: August 28, 2014

    While on the whole it’s fairly good news for the UK housing market in Saville’s Residential Property Focus for Q3, it is the longer term analysis that paints a worrying picture of the predicament home owners and tenants could find themselves in. Renting households pay more Renting may seem the easy option if you don’t […]

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    5 Mistakes Landlords Should Avoid
    Posted in: Blog

    Posted on: July 14, 2014

    Much is made about the plight of tenants suffering at the hands of unscrupulous landlords but what about and landlords who suffer from bad tenants? Recent studies show that landlords are either getting themselves in a mess with paperwork, failing to get the basics of managing a property right – or both! This can often […]

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    Opinion: Have UK Property Prices Peaked Already?
    Posted in: Blog

    Posted on: June 18, 2014

    Looking at the statistics all appears well with the UK property market. The headlines are suggesting that UK property prices have increased by a whisker under 10% in the year to June 2014. Zoom in a little further and the latest monthly statistic paints an altogether more worrying picture. Government incentives such as Help to […]