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Oct 19, 2021

Sellers overpricing by up to 13 per cent corrected by market

Property sellers are overpricing by an average of 13 per cent when listing on portals, acc...
Oct 18, 2021

Asking prices leap 1.8 per cent despite end of stamp duty incentives

The average asking price in October went up by 1.8 per cent to £344,445, with all UK regi...
Oct 11, 2021

Borrowers urged to lock in deals as mortgage rates continue to fall

Mortgage borrowers are being urged to lock into a new deal now as rates continue to fall a...
Sep 28, 2021

House price growth in tourist hotspots pricing out young and low paid

Growing demand to live in tourist hotspots has pushed up prices to the point that young an...

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Jan 15, 2021

House prices to dip 6% in Q1 helping first-time buyers

Jan 14, 2021

Revealed: The winners of the Your Mortgage Awards 2020/21

Jan 13, 2021

NatWest stops new lending to European customers without confirmed settlement status

Jan 12, 2021

HSBC launches 10% deposit deals

Jan 11, 2021

Low deposit mortgage deals at six-month high

Jan 08, 2021

House prices jump 6% to finish 2020 at record high

Jan 06, 2021

A million flats in England could be unmortgageable due to cladding

Jan 05, 2021

‘No surprise if stamp duty cut extended’ amid third national lockdown

Dec 17, 2020

Buyers hunt ‘no chain’ properties to beat stamp duty holiday deadline

Dec 17, 2020

Record number of house hunters on estate agent books

Dec 16, 2020

Buying frenzy sees fastest house prices growth rate in four years

Dec 16, 2020

Revised Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme now open

Dec 14, 2020

No plan to extend stamp duty holiday, government confirms

Dec 10, 2020

Third of buyers pressured to use estate agent linked mortgage broker

Dec 10, 2020

New Year house prices forecast to drop after Christmas peak

Dec 07, 2020

Thousands sign petition calling for stamp duty holiday extension

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