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Over half of UK property owners don’t like their home, research suggests

Published on 07/02/2015 By Tomas

  Published by Property Wire on Wednesday, 28 January 2015   One in 10 home owners in the UK regret buying their home with the biggest reason being that they think they rushed into it and 57% actually dislike their homes, new research has found. Buying a house is the biggest purchase most people will […]

Home ownership at lowest level in 20 years

Published on 11/01/2011 By Tomas

Published by Guardian, The Observer on Sunday, 9 January 2011 by Graham Norwood   Home-ownership is down to 68% as more people turn to renting – leading to shortage of rental properties and soaring prices Constant headlines on the ups and downs of house prices are masking two trends set to dominate 2011: a long-term […]

Standard & Poor’s warns of wave of house repossessions

Published on 15/09/2010 By Tomas

“Standard & Poor’s ratings agency says planned spending cuts and tax rises may lead to many more house repossessions”   Published on Guardian By Larry Elliott, Monday 9th September 2010   The government’s planned spending cuts and tax rises could trigger a fresh wave of house repossessions as hard-pressed borrowers find it impossible to meet […]