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Over 50% of the disposable income of Britain’s tenants ends up in rental payments


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9 Apr 2018

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It is a surprising fact that Britain’s tenants paid a record of over £51.6bn in rents, last year; that is an £1.8bn increase compared to last year’s and more than double compared to 2007.

UK rents are expected to rise faster than house prices over the next five years. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has predicted. The increase should reach 25% for rents and only 20% or even less, for property values....

Car insurance costs are set to fall following a government U-turn!


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23 Oct 2017

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Following pressure received from the insurance industry the government has released draft legislation to review the current Ogden rate, which was previously changed in March 2017.

 

The Ogden rate is also called the discount rate and its formula is used in order to calculate compensation for victims of serious personal injury, such as is the case in car accidents....

Harry Potter house for sale with the cupboard under the stairs as a bonus!


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23 Sep 2016

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The house featured in the first Harry Potter film where viewers meet Daniel Radcliffe’s character Harry, who is forced to live under the stairs by cruel Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon....

Night tube could boost rental growth in outer London


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22 Aug 2016

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The new 24-hour tube service in the capital launched this past Friday (19th August). Experts are predicting that the changes could have a positive impact on rental yields for buy-to-let investors in areas subjected to the changes....

A third of Londoners leave home lacking basic skills


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19 Aug 2016

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The average age that Londoners are leaving home is now 23 years-old, new figures reveal.

 

With average rents in the capital reaching an eye-watering £1,130 per month for a one-bedroom flat, it’s understandable why young Londoners are flying the nest later.  ...