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Get SurreyHouse prices are up again in Surrey but how much have they risen in your area?Get SurreyHowever, the rate of increase has slowed considerably, with the average house price in the county rising by just 3.1% in the 12 months to April 2017, almost a quarter of the 11.9% growth experienced in 2015–2016. Despite signs of a weakening UK ...
Express.co.ukHouse prices across major UK cities record STRONGEST quarterly growth for three yearsExpress.co.ukDespite uncertainty surrounding the snap General Election and Brexit, average house prices have increased by 3.5 per cent over the previous three months, the index, which tracks the UK's 20 biggest cities, found. This was the biggest quarterly rate of ...and more »
The GuardianBuy-to-let UK property sales fall by almost 50% in a yearThe GuardianHowever, the crackdown on buy to let may have helped young people trying to get a foot on the property ladder. CML said house purchase activity was being driven predominantly by first-time buyers, with their numbers up 8% in the 12 months to April.Spare landlords more tax changes, says CMLBBC NewsMortgage rates can only go up - experts claim now is the time to buy a houseExpress.co.ukall 37 news articles »
IBB Solicitors (blog)Property Fraud Couple Jailed After UK's Longest Criminal TrialIBB Solicitors (blog)A husband and wife have been jailed after a con which saw vulnerable people sign over ownership of their homes. Edwin McLaren and Lorraine McLaren were convicted for large-scale property fraud following what is believed to be the longest criminal trial ...
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Property News: UK rents stagnate (From Gazette Series) - Gazette Series

Gazette SeriesProperty News: UK rents stagnate (From Gazette Series)Gazette SeriesRENTS in the UK have stagnated, rising by just 0.1 per cent in May compared to a year ago.and more »
(20-06-2017)

Property News: UK rents stagnate - Gazette Series

Property News: UK rents stagnateGazette SeriesRENTS in the UK have stagnated, rising by just 0.1 per cent in May compared to a year ago. Rents in London fell by 1.5 per cent in May – the seventh consecutive monthly decline, according to the figures from Countrywide. Its research found that the ...and more »
(20-06-2017)

Property News: UK rents stagnate (From Wilts and Gloucestershire ... - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

Property News: UK rents stagnate (From Wilts and Gloucestershire ...Wilts and Gloucestershire StandardRENTS in the UK have stagnated, rising by just 0.1 per cent in May compared to a year ago.and more »
(20-06-2017)

Property owners' £2.3tn windfall 'has created huge inequality gap ... - The Guardian

The GuardianProperty owners' £2.3tn windfall 'has created huge inequality gap ...The GuardianYounger people have been priced out of home ownership as baby boomers have benefited, says Resolution Foundation.Pensioners enjoy £2.3 trillion property windfall as younger generations pick up the tabThe Independentall 9 news articles »
(20-06-2017)

Property owners' £2.3tn windfall 'has created huge inequality gap' - The Guardian

The GuardianProperty owners' £2.3tn windfall 'has created huge inequality gap'The GuardianThe report found that 82% of housing wealth increases between 1993 and 2012-14 were due to the property boom, which saw the average price of a residential property in the UK rise threefold, rather than through any active behaviour – such as buying, ...Pensioners enjoy £2.3 trillion property windfall as younger generations pick up the tabThe IndependentBaby boomers divided by property inflation effect - Financial TimesFinancial Timesall 9 news articles »
(20-06-2017)

UK property price growth is 'occurring at an unattainable rate' - Property Investor Today

Property Investor TodayUK property price growth is 'occurring at an unattainable rate'Property Investor TodayThe average asking price in the UK fell 0.4% in June compared with the previous month according to new data released by Rightmove yesterday, but property investors should take short-term home price changes with a pinch of salt and look at what is ...
(19-06-2017)

UK house prices fell by 0.4% in June - Property Community

Property CommunityUK house prices fell by 0.4% in JuneProperty CommunityA report by Rightmove, the property website, has shown a month on month fall in house prices of 0.4% for June 2017 compared to the previous month. This is the first time since December that we have seen a month on month fall in the UK property market ...Asking prices in England and Wales down for first time since 2009Property Wireall 3 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

Britain's holiday rental market booms as the weak pound persuades millions to opt for a 'staycation' this summer - This is Money

This is MoneyBritain's holiday rental market booms as the weak pound persuades millions to opt for a 'staycation' this summerThis is MoneyThe strength of the UK tourist industry is paying dividends for holiday property owners.' The figures were based on analysis of 8,239 holiday properties across the UK using data from Sykes Cottages. They are backed up by holiday rental companies who ...and more »
(19-06-2017)

Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May snubs Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private properties to house high-rise victims - The Independent

The IndependentGrenfell Tower fire: Theresa May snubs Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private properties to house high-rise victimsThe IndependentDowning Street has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private rental properties in order to give victims of the Grenfell fire a place to stay. A spokeswoman indicated the Prime Minister is not considering Mr Corbyn's plan, raised by the Labour ...London fire: Jeremy Corbyn renews call to seize empty flatsBBC NewsTheresa May (@theresa_may) | TwitterTwitterall 291 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May rejects Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private properties to house high-rise victims - The Independent

The IndependentGrenfell Tower fire: Theresa May rejects Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private properties to house high-rise victimsThe IndependentDowning Street has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private rental properties in order to give victims of the Grenfell fire a place to stay. A spokeswoman indicated the Prime Minister is not considering Mr Corbyn's plan, raised by the Labour ...Theresa May Rejects Jeremy Corbyn's Call To Seize Luxury Homes To House Grenfell Tower FamiliesHuffPost UKLondon fire: Jeremy Corbyn renews call to seize empty flatsBBC NewsJeremy Corbyn calls on supporters to 'occupy' empty homes to help victims of Grenfell fire tragedyTelegraph.co.ukThe Irish Timesall 361 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

Average property asking prices fall for the first time in June since 2009 – are we headed for a house price crash? - The Sun

The SunAverage property asking prices fall for the first time in June since 2009 – are we headed for a house price crash?The SunASKING prices for UK homes fell in June as continuing political uncertainty weighted on the market, according to research conducted by property website Rightmove. Rightmove data is based on property advertised between May 14 and June 10 this year, ...UK property asking prices see first June fall since 2009 - RightmoveReuters UKHouse prices across UK fall in June for first time since 2009 - but SALES are increasingExpress.co.ukUK house prices have fallen in June for the first time since 2009City A.M.Mirror.co.uk -moneyfacts.co.ukall 31 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

Theresa May Rejects Jeremy Corbyn's Call To Seize Luxury Homes To House Grenfell Tower Families - HuffPost UK

Business InsiderTheresa May Rejects Jeremy Corbyn's Call To Seize Luxury Homes To House Grenfell Tower FamiliesHuffPost UKTheresa May has ruled out Jeremy Corbyn's plan to seize empty properties of the wealthy to help those left homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire. No.10 Downing Street ... A spokeswoman for the PM said: “We don't support proposals to seize private property.Grenfell Tower fire: Theresa May rejects Jeremy Corbyn's call to seize private properties to house high-rise victimsThe IndependentJeremy Corbyn: Empty homes owned by rich should be 'requisitioned' for Grenfell Tower residentsTelegraph.co.ukLondon fire: Corbyn calls for empty flats to be requisitionedBBC NewsBusiness Insider -The Sun -The Guardian -NPRall 10,806 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

LGA backs UK-wide review of council's high-rise buildings - Property Week

Property WeekLGA backs UK-wide review of council's high-rise buildingsProperty WeekThe Local Government Association has announced it is supporting UK-wide council reviews of tower blocks in their local area. The blaze at Greenfell Tower this morning. The blaze at Greenfell Tower - Source: Grenfell Action Group. The announcement ...and more »
(19-06-2017)

Private equity giant Blackstone backs UK property by snapping up controlling stake in workspace provider The Office ... - This is Money

Financial TimesPrivate equity giant Blackstone backs UK property by snapping up controlling stake in workspace provider The Office ...This is MoneyFlexible workspace provider The Office Group (TOG) has been valued at £500 million after global property investor Blackstone snapped up a controlling stake in the company. TOG offices, which are mainly located in London, offer short-term leases which ...Blackstone taking control of The Office Group in Dorfman stake saleSky NewsBlackstone buys UK pioneer in flexible office spaceFinancial TimesBlackstone purchases majority stake in The Office Group as Brexit talks beginInternational Business Times UKall 20 news articles »
(19-06-2017)

North-South divide opens up in buy-to-let market as study finds the UK's 10 hotpots are ALL in the North - This is Money

This is MoneyNorth-South divide opens up in buy-to-let market as study finds the UK's 10 hotpots are ALL in the NorthThis is MoneyOut of 100 British towns and cities, the ten best buy-to-let locations are all in the North, while the ten worst are in the South, according to the data from property investment marketplace Property Partner. Stoke-on-Trent is the UK's leading buy-to ...and more »
(19-06-2017)
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