According to RightMove and Oxford Economics average house prices in England and Wales are set to rise by 30% in the next 5 years.
It states that London prices are set to rise by 33%, but the South East is set to rise by 39% by 2019! Despite being the slowest riser, the North West will still increase by 24%. Continue reading
Tickets for Rick Otton’s highly anticipated upcoming 2014 ZERO DEBT PROPERTY CASH FLOW CONFERENCE are now available!
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As an energy source, heating with oil gets a lot of bad press: too expensive, dirty and inefficient, not to mention non-renewable. In the past, some of these criticisms may have been true but modern oil heating systems have moved on significantly, and for many retail and commercial properties, there is no other option. So how can you get the best system? Continue reading
The Northern Homebuilding & Renovating and Home Improvement Show – an exciting event now for both self-builders and remodelers
Harrogate International Centre, 7-9 November 2014. Continue reading
The RICS Residential Market Survey for September 2014 reports a more balanced picture nationally, as the London market comes off the boil. Continue reading
New CML data shows that lending is down slightly compared to July. The first month-on-month drop in house purchase lending volume since February this year. Continue reading
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee at its meeting on 8 October voted to maintain Bank Rate at 0.5%. Continue reading
More than 12,000 people have signed up to the Land Registry’s Property Alert service, six months on from the launch. This is a free service which provides an early warning of any suspicious activity on someone’s property. Continue reading
The latest Nationwide House Price Index shows that annual house price growth has slowed down in September. Continue reading
The August HPI data shows an average house price in England & Wales of £177,824, compared with a peak of £181,383 in November 2007. London experienced the highest annual increase in property value with a movement of 21.6 per cent. The North East saw the lowest annual price growth of 3.0 per cent. Continue reading