Mirror.co.ukHouse buyers face record high asking prices as average UK property is listed for £313655Mirror.co.ukHouse sellers' asking prices hit a new record high of more than £313,000 on average in April, according to Rightmove. Across England and Wales, the average price tag on a property being put on the market increased by £3,547 or 1.1% month-on-month - to ...London property prices drop by £10000 in a year as high-end market slumpsCity A.M.Typical property asking price up £3.5k in April 2017Property Investor TodayLondon house prices see biggest annual drop since 2009International Business Times UKBuyAssociationall 12 news articles »
The ArgusIt's a place on the up! Sunshine capital sees property price boomThe ArgusEastbourne, known as the Sunshine Capital of the South Coast, came ninth with average prices rising by 6.58 per cemt. Kevin Shaw, national sales director at Leaders said: “The UK property market is extremely robust and continues to perform extremely ...
Property Investor TodayConsumer confidence in UK housing market settling into a new lower 'normal'Property Investor TodayAccording to the study, 58% of Britons predict that residential property prices will rise over the next 12 months, but most of these expect an increase of less than 5%. Some 23% of those surveyed expect prices to be unchanged, while 14% forecast a decline.
The IndependentMany countries yet to return Jewish property stolen by Nazis, study claimsThe IndependentA "substantial amount" of property confiscated from European Jews by the Nazis during the Holocaust has not been returned, a study claims. More than 70 years after the end of the Second World War, many states have only partially complied with a law to ...Study claims several countries have yet to return Jewish property stolen by NazistalkRADIO (press release)all 306 news articles »
The Daily StarUK's largest property funds hoarding cashThe Daily StarA version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on April 24, 2017, on page 16. Recommended. Advertisement. Comments. Your feedback is important to us! We invite all our readers to share with us their views and comments about ...and more »