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Should I Overpay My Mortgage or Increase My Pension Savings?

Everyone has their own unique approach to safeguarding their financial future.  There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all strategy, as it depends entirely on the current financial circumstances and long-term goals of the individual in question. One of the most contentious points on the subject of future planning is […]

Property Sales Drop by Over a Half as Stamp Duty Returns

Between September and October this year, housing transactions fell by a whopping 52%, according to HMRC. With the stamp duty holiday saving buyers in total over £6.4 billion, it’s not surprising that property purchases have fallen so dramatically. At the same time the average home price has risen by £28,000, […]

19 New Million-Pound Property Locations Revealed by Knight Frank

As the UK continues its slow but steady crawl back to normality, new names are emerging as investment property hotspots; a full 19 new locations across England and Wales have officially joined the ‘million-pound property locations’ of Knight Frank. In order to qualify for this prestigious list, a location must […]

Where Are the Cheapest and Most Expensive Places to Rent a Home in the UK?

Once again, the latest figures from the HomeLet rental index indicate that London is the most expensive place in the UK to rent a property from a private landlord. The average monthly rent in London has climbed a further 6.4% since the same time last year, now coming out at […]

Britain’s 10 Fastest Property Price Growth Locations, Revealed

The figures are in and Toxteth has been named the fastest property price growth location in the country right now; a surprise leader at the top of the table, property prices in Toxteth have skyrocketed an astonishing 20% on average over the past 12 months. Rightmove’s latest roundup of property […]

Rightmove’s Most-Viewed Properties Are Not Your Ordinary Homes

Time spent in lockdown has forced much of the British public to rethink their priorities; this has meant setting their sights on more spacious properties to allow them to work, play and generally spend more time enjoying the homes they live in. It seems a year and a half with […]

Broker Confidence Improves as Consumer Confidence Returns

New figures suggest that the vast majority of brokers are optimistic about what the next 12 months are going to bring for their businesses; According to the latest data published by Masthaven Bank, more than 90% of brokers are confident about the year ahead. This represents an increase of 3% […]

Investors Set Sights on the North, Driven by Major Market Shift

The UK’s real estate market has seen a number of seismic changes during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of which has been a complete change in priorities for millions of workers, having found themselves either entitled or obligated to work from home. According to recent data published by […]

House Prices Down 0.5% in June, Marking the Year’s First Decline

For the first time this year, average property prices in the UK have fallen. Newly published figures from the Halifax house price index suggest that house prices declined by approximately 0.5% in June, taking annual house price inflation to 8.8% compared to the 9.6% recorded in May. But even with […]

Concerns Raised of a Possible Private Rental Property Drought on the Horizon

Experts recently predicted that the UK could be well be on its way to another huge boom for the private rentals sector. With average property prices hovering at all-time highs, more prospective first-time buyers than ever before are finding themselves priced entirely out of the market. Subsequently, some believe that […]

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