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Rural homes in Britain on average 20% more expensive than property in urban areas

October 03, 2017

​In Britain rural homes are 20% more expensive than those in urban areas with Waverley in the South East of England the most expensive, new research shows.

Average rents in London’s prime property sector unchanged in August

September 07, 2017

Average rents in the prime central London residential property market were unchanged for the second consecutive month in August, the latest index report.

The latest monthly data contributed to an annual fall in average rental values of 3.4% in August, which was the slowest decline in more than 12 months, according to the index report from real estate firm Knight Frank.

Brexit what Brexit? British house prices set to rise by at least 50% in next decade

August 31, 2017

The decision to leave the European Union has subdued property prices but even if the slower levels of recent months continue values would still rise by over 50% in the next decade, new research shows.

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First time buyers have to compromise but generally find it an exciting experiencerst Item

August 01, 2017

Buyers in the UK are increasingly looking wider afield or their first home and despite the costs and financial pressures of getting on the housing ladder they see it as an exciting time of their life, new research suggests.

Rents in UK fall for second month in a row, latest index shows

July 04, 2017

Private sector rents in the UK are continuing to fall with the latest data showing that they fell by 0.3% in June compared to the same month a year ago.

It is the second month in a row in which rents fell, taking the average monthly rent to £908, according to the figures from the HomeLet rental index.

Second steppers in UK still need help from the bank of mum and da

June 12, 2017

More than a third of home owners moving up the housing ladder after buying their first property need financial support, new research has found.

Some 32% require an average of £21,231 in financial support from the bank of Mum and Dad but also seek help from grandparents and even friends, according to the research from Lloyds Bank.

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UK home lenders urged to use digital process to speed up mortgage applications