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    Rental Demand Highest For 3-Bed Homes In Prime London
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    Posted on: October 24, 2014

    London may be experiencing a slowdown in property price growth towards the end of 2014, but according to Strutt and Parker, rental demand for 3 bed homes is outstripping supply. Even if the property market is taking a breather in London, demand for property continues to be strong, particularly in prime central London according to […]

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    HMRC Stats Reveal House Sales Slowdown
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    Posted on: October 22, 2014

    Statistics released by the HMRC this month reveal a slowdown in the sales of UK property heading into the autumn. The slowdown is blamed on a number of factors including lower lending levels in August and September and foreign investors pulling out of buying UK property due to the strength of sterling. Uncertainty over interest […]

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    Pervaiz Naviede Family Trust Rescue Mr Smith’s
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    Posted on: October 15, 2014

    The Art Deco building, which once housed one of Britain’s most successful nightclubs has been saved from demolition to the delight of people involved in a campaign to save it. Mr Smith’s, which once played host to Rick Astley, the Hit Man and Her show and thousands of late night clubbers closed its doors for […]

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    House Prices In The UK Increased 12% To August Says ONS
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    Posted on: October 14, 2014

    It’s all good news from the Office of National Statistics this week as all countries in the UK record positive growth in house prices in the year to August with Northern Ireland making a strong comeback after years of house price stagnation. The UK housing market may be about to go off the boil if […]

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    Scotland Set For Prime Property Scramble
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    Posted on: October 10, 2014

    Scotland may have voted ‘no’ to independence but this doesn’t mean that those owning what can be classed as luxury properties will escape a punishing tax on property in 6 month’s time. Wealthy Scots owning property worth more than £500,000 are about to get hit with a 61% hike in the tax they pay on […]

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    Majority Of First Time Buyers Aged Over 31
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    Posted on: October 2, 2014

    Housing affordability among young people has reached a critical point with young people aged 18 to 30 now making up just 3% of house sales according to the National Association of Estate Agents NAEA. Britain’s young people face a long wait to get on the housing ladder unless they are able to save up enough […]

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    UK Rents To Rise Below Inflation Next Year
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    Posted on: October 1, 2014

    Confidence in the strength of the UK’s rental market seems to have ebbed away as Landlords estimate that rents will increase at a rate less than inflation in the next 12 months – this is despite rents rising an average 2.4% in the last 12 months. According to the latest buy to let survey from […]

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    UK Rental Returns Strongest In Wales, Ireland And Scotland
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    Posted on: September 26, 2014

    The Association of Residential Letting Agents reveals that rental yields in Scotland, Wales and Ireland are higher than in the rest of the country. At the same time demand is increasing for rental properties across the UK. Competition for rental property in the UK is heating up according to the latest quarterly report from ARLA […]

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    Flat Prices Soar By Over £50,000 In 10 Years
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    Posted on: September 23, 2014

    According to news released by the Halifax this week, flats have been the top performing property type in the UK for the last 10 years. The bank’s findings however are contradicted by data from the Land Registry. If you want to make money on property own a flat is the conclusion drawn from data released […]

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