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Property’s ticking time bomb

Published on 13/01/2011 By Tomas

Published by Globrix on Tuesday, 11 January 2011   We’ve long known that Britain’s typical family is getting older and smaller, but what you may not have realised is that this demographic transformation is likely to have a big impact on the housing market. According to local government projections, the number of UK households will […]

UK rental property market surging as lack of supply pushes up prices

Published on 06/10/2010 By Tomas

Published by Property Community by Ray Clancy on Tuesday, 05 October 2010   A surge in demand for rented property over the summer in the UK has outstripped rental supply, new research shows. Tenant registrations soared over July and August, finishing 47% up on May and the number of potential renters in August was up […]

CEBR predicts UK property prices will rise by 4% this year

Published on 04/08/2010 By Tomas

What a mess 🙂   This completely contradicts what Capital Economics said recently in the same source.     Published by: Financial Advice   The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) recently released its view on the UK property market which would appear to be in direct conflict with a number of downbeat statements […]

Hometrack: House Price Growth Slows Further In June

Published on 28/06/2010 By Tomas

Source – iMarketNews.com LONDON (MNI) – Growth in UK house asking prices slowed further in June, rising only 0.1% month on month and up 2.1% year on year, housing market intelligence company Hometrack said. In May, prices had risen by 0.2% and by 2.0% on the year. Growth in demand, in terms of new buyers […]