Indications are that house prices are falling or at least softening in many parts of the country and now is a great time to buy a property. But is it really a great time to buy and what if you get it wrong?
Something a bit worrying is happening in the housing marketing and we are not hearing a lot of noise about it – however it is potentially a cause for serious concern.
Home ownership is definitely becoming more difficult in many parts of the country as issues of affordability begin to bite and buyers find it harder than ever to raise the precious deposit needed to secure the home loan they need.
Home insurance is one of those things many of us pay without giving a second look. But it is something we should look at very carefully. Through inertia, many of us are paying over the odds.
To protect the physical state and condition of your property – and ultimately its value – there are number of maintenance checks or steps you must make or take on a regular basis.
The biggest gripe of many people selling their house or flat is how slow, cumbersome and stressful the whole process can be.
Micro flats are increasingly being talked about as one of the multiple solutions needed to address housing shortages up and down the country.
There is justifiable talk that builders and developers are getting closer to their “Uber moment” – with the threat being modular or factory built homes.
What’s not to like about the Help to Buy equity loan scheme?
In the quarter ending September 2018, the number of private house starts in the capital fell by around 50% – 3,655 compared to 7,153 in the previous quarter. The steep slowdown was revealed by researchers Molior and the starts total was the lowest since 2012.