The FTB Market Continues To Strengthen
The market has strengthened for first-time buyers who accounted for 11,200 of new loans for houses purchased in London in the second quarter of 2013. Edward Bidwell, of Evolution Warranties said, “This is the highest number recorded since 2007.”9th September 2013
Help to Buy Scheme is Working!
New figures show that the help to buy equity loan scheme has led to 10,000 reservations for new-build homes in the last four months.The RICS said today that the UK housing market has finally turned a corner. According to the latest RICS residential market survey, buyers have returned in their largest numbers for four years.20th August 2013
House Prices Continue to Rise
Britain's largest building society, Nationwide, claim that the average completion price across any style of home, rose 0.8 per cent or £60 a day in July to £170,825. The average price of a house has risen by nearly 4 per cent since July last year and has soared 12 per cent since the lowest point of the recession.10th August 2013
UK Housing Market Still Struggling with Lack of Residential Stock...
It is well publicised that Great Britain is not building enough new housing to cope with the growing demand, and the quality of the homes that are being built are too poor. However, after a year of intense research concerning this problem, RIBA’s Future Homes Commission has produced a report that sets out some possible solutions in order to assist the house building revolut...... Read more1st August 2013
Local Authorities Need to Increase Housing Numbers....
A recent survey suggests that if Local Authorities do not set more ambitious targets, then Great Britain could be missing out on a huge 510,000 new houses over the next decade!BNP Paribas Real Estate conducted a survey with all of the local authorities in England and their report showed their new hosuing targets of 170,000 a year are not in line and reflecting government for...... Read more18th July 2013