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Win Cinema Tickets for Cineworld

Win Cinema Tickets for Cineworld

At eMoov we like a competition. For our latest competition we are giving away two £20 gift cards for Cineworld. Cineworld Cinemas are the UK's number 1 multiplex cinema chain with 79 locations.

So head over to our twitter page @emoov and retweet one of our promotional tweets to enter.

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Help To Buy Continues To Help

Help To Buy Continues To Help

Although everyone assumed the Help to Buy scheme would be of biggest benefit to first-time buyers in London, new figures released by NatWest and RBS have shown than this isn't necessarily the case. Have you, or anyone you know, taken advantage of Help to Buy?

The Independent has revealed the banks' figures, which claim ...

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Lower Deposits For First-Time Buyers

Lower Deposits For First-Time Buyers

According to a recent article on the Independent, first-time buyer completions in the UK have gone up by 11% compared to this time a year ago. However, the average first-time buyer deposit fell 8% from £28,498 to £26,134. Is this a result of Help to Buy making lending more accessible?

The figures compared ...

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For Sales Boards for Charity

For Sales Boards for Charity

At the start of October, eMoov launched a new campaign to raise money for charity.

Like most other online estate agents, we used to charge for our For Sale boards. But we have launched our Board for a Cause campaign where we give a donation to charity each month. In October we raised money for ...

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London slowdown, but no need to hit the panic button says leading online estate agent

London slowdown, but no need to hit the panic button says leading online estate agent

Panic in the capital, as property sellers start to accept prices under the asking price? Panic might be a bit of an exaggeration but this is now somewhat of a reality as the slowdown in the London property market takes hold.

But the latest sale figures from leading online estate agent indicate ...

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House Prices Reach Record High Of £274,000

House Prices Reach Record High Of £274,000

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released its data this week, and an article on This is Money reveals some interesting figures. For example, were you aware that house prices grew 11.7% in a year?

The average price of a property reached a record high in August: £274,000. Even when you remove ...

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Moving Up The Property Ladder, Or Getting On It In The First Place: Which Is Tougher?

Moving Up The Property Ladder, Or Getting On It In The First Place: Which Is Tougher?

According to a report by Lloyds Bank last week, it's much harder to move up the property ladder than jump aboard it in the first place, the Telegraph reports. Are you a "second stepper" who's finding it hard to climb up onto the next run?

Lloyds data claimed that these second steppers need ...

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Retweet competition to celebrate new TV show

Retweet competition to celebrate new TV show

For a decade Sarah Beeny has been TV’s go-to gal for the property market. She’s fronted numerous series on property and now she has a new show How To Sell Your Home being shown on Channel 4, Monday's at 8:30pm. In episode four, eMoov is featured as we help a seller ...

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Politicians Promises. Not Exactly Safe as Houses

Politicians Promises. Not Exactly Safe as Houses

Opinion article by Russell Quirk, CEO of; borough councillor and former Chairman of Planning at Brentwood Borough Council.

There must be an election soon because all of a sudden, leading politicians are making promises on housing.

Just two weeks ago, David Cameron pledged to provide 100,000 homes at a subsidy to ...

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The Apprentice house streets ahead of the Xfactor

The Apprentice house streets ahead of the Xfactor

Lord Sugar & Co have returned to our screens this week with a double bill of the new Apprentice TV series, where the winner is set to receive a £250,000 investment into their new business. Leading online estate agent have taken a look at this year’s property and valued it against ...

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