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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 emoov.co.uk; 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 eMoov.co.uk have taken a look at this year’s property and valued it against ...

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40 years of price rises

40 years of price rises

Over the past number of days, weeks, months, years and even decades the UK has been obsessed with property prices and their never ending rise. However leading online estate agent eMoov.co.uk has matched property prices against a number of other costs over the past 40 years to show it’s not just property ...

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Number Of Mortgage Approvals Slowing Down

Number Of Mortgage Approvals Slowing Down

According to the latest figures from the Bank of England, mortgage approvals have eased off for the second month running in August. Could this be evidence of a slowdown in the property market?

An article I came across on The Guardian website today reveals that mortgage approvals for homes have slipped back to 64,212 ...

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Number Of First-Time Buyers Increasing But Younger People Being Priced Out

Number Of First-Time Buyers Increasing But Younger People Being Priced Out

According to an article from The Independent, the number of first-time buyers has increased for the first time since April.

Figures revealed by the National Association of Estate Agents suggest that 28% of sales in August were made by first-time buyers; the first time this figure has risen in over four months.

However, the majority ...

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2015 Could See A Drop In House Prices, But Not A Crash

2015 Could See A Drop In House Prices, But Not A Crash

Recent predictions from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) suggest that average property prices across the UK will fall by 0.8% next year, after growing by approximately 7.8% in 2014. So is this finally a "turning point" for the housing market?

However, Scott Corfe of CEBR claims that this dip in ...

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House Prices In The Capital Drop For First Time Since 2011

House Prices In The Capital Drop For First Time Since 2011

According to an article this week on the Financial Times website, property prices in London have fallen for the first time in over three years and, if forecasts are anything to go by, they are due to drop further this year. Have you noticed a slight decrease in London house prices recently?

Last month's ...

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