Crossrail Property Price Rise

Crossrail Property Price Rise

Crossrail is Europe’s largest infrastructure project and stretches from Reading to Shenfield through the centre of London. Leading online estate agent eMoov.co.uk has produced figures highlighting the Crossrail effect on property prices and predicts likely increases once the new service is operational.

Tottenham Court Road has long been portrayed of the epicentre ...

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British TV House Prices

British TV House Prices

This week marked 20 years since the launch of Friends, which showcased one of the best known flats in the whole world. Leading online estate agent eMoov.co.uk has looked at property price of a number of well-known properties from English TV screens.

Only Fools and Horses

Nelson Mandela House, one of the most ...

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First-Time Buyers Choosing 'Long-Life' Loans

First-Time Buyers Choosing 'Long-Life' Loans

Long-life loans are popular in Japan and other countries across the world, but the traditional term for a mortgage in the UK is 25 years. However, this looks like it could be changing if a recent report from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) is anything to go by.

I came across the figures on ...

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Is Help To Buy Here To Stay?

Is Help To Buy Here To Stay?

According to an interesting article I came across on Thisismoney.co.uk, housebuilders claim that the government's Help to Buy scheme, which was initially designed to bolster the housing market, is more than likely to become a permanent fixture of the UK economy.

Since the economic meltdown some six years ago, stricter rules and ...

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Mansion tax - unfair and draconian

Mansion tax - unfair and draconian

The well-heeled will bemoan it as a ‘rob the rich to help the poor’ levy on all properties with a value of £2m or more. The middle classes are gasping at the re-announcement by Labour of another property tax, itself a regurgitation of a Lib Dem announcement from three years ago.

All a bit hickledy ...

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Tips For Selling Your Home This Autumn

Tips For Selling Your Home This Autumn

Whether you like it or not, autumn is on its way. The chilly season is lurking in the shadows of this warm, summer weather we are experiencing. If you are planning on selling your home this autumn, have you considered carrying out some basic home improvements to make it stand out amongst its competition? An ...

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Strong Activity In The Housing Market This Autumn

Strong Activity In The Housing Market This Autumn

As always, there was a slight summer lull this year, but the property market is now showing signs of strong activity, according to Rightmove.

House prices have risen by another 0.9% month-on-month in September and asking prices have reached a whopping £264,875 average across England and Wales. Rightmove say this is the first ...

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Nearly 70% Of First-Time Buyers Rely On Parents

Nearly 70% Of First-Time Buyers Rely On Parents

According to an article from The Telegraph this week, two thirds of first-time buyers are now relying on the 'bank of mum and dad' in order to jump on to the property ladder. Do you fall under this category?

In the past five years, it seems that the number of young professionals leaning on their ...

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Seedcamp invest into eMoov - the leading online estate agent

Seedcamp invest into eMoov - the leading online estate agent

Leading online estate agents eMoov.co.uk today announced the latest high-profile investment into its business with the backing of Seedcamp.

Seedcamp is an early-stage micro seed investment fund and mentoring programme. Seedcamp pride themselves on backing ambitious companies with huge growth potential and provides knowledge, network and capital.

eMoov is the leading online estate ...

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Rightmove September HPI

Rightmove September HPI

News from Rightmove today stated the average asking price for a house in the UK jumped 0.9% (up to £264,875) on month in September which followed the 2.9% contraction in August. London saw prices edge up by 0.9 per cent over the month to reach £557,792 on average

A response ...

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