Monday, May 8, 2017
We are yet to determine exactly what effect the eventual exit of the UK from the European Union will have on housing market, but it’s wise to speculate as to the possible outcomes both positive and negative. How much Brexit affects domestic foreign-based investment in the UK housing market will be heavily influenced by the kind of deal the UK government can broker with the EU. If you are an investor, then it’s worth keeping abreast of the possibilities.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Ever since Article 50 was officially triggered, there has been lots of speculation as to how this will affect various parts of the UK’s economy. While there are plenty of negative opinions out there, there are also many property experts chiming in with their belief that the UK housing market is going to be just fine, and may even begin to prosper now that we know Article 50 has been triggered.
Friday, April 28, 2017
B ritish house prices fell for a second month in a row in April, suggesting households are feeling the pinch from rising inflation since last year's Brexit vote and low wage growth.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A number of influential agents have backed an official request by ARLA Propertymark asking the Government to suspend or extend the consultation on the fees ban.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Buying a house can present all sorts of problems and difficulties to overcome for many people, especially those who don’t have as much capital to play with. Recently, however there have been measures taken to help those who can afford to pay a mortgage once it’s all set up but might struggle to gather the initial deposit together in order to secure it in the first place. The Help-to-Buy schemes are a welcome addition to the UK housing market, but they are not the only way that those with less financial clout can get themselves onto the property ladder.
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Have you ever sat in a room in your home and felt not quite right, that there’s something a little off about how it’s arranged and decorated? It happens a lot more often than you might think and there are usually good reasons for it. Sometimes rooms end up being ‘designed’ by happenstance, whereby the furniture gets put where it seems to fit without a lot of thought into how it effects the flow and efficiency of a room.