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The average time to sell a home revealed!


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20 Nov 2017

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The survey by Post Office Money and the Centre for Economics and Business Research, examines the average time a property takes to sell in more than 20 major cities across the UK.

The average UK property takes 96 days to sell, according to a new report....

Key things to look out for when buying a leasehold property!


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13 Nov 2017

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Today we are focusing on some key questions that people have when purchasing a leasehold property.

 

What is a leasehold property?

When you purchase a property it is either freehold or leasehold. Freehold property is one that is free from hold of any entity besides the owner. This means when you purchase the property you also own the land it stands on outright....

Over a quarter of house buyers chose to buy their property on the first viewing


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2 Oct 2017

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A survey of over 1,700 house buyers who have purchased their home in the last 12 months has revealed that they decided to buy the property based on the strength of their first viewing.

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What’s Britain’s most affordable place in the UK for first-time buyers?


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7 Aug 2017

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Burnley has been named the most affordable place to purchase a property for first-time buyers, boasting average house prices of under £85k.

 

Despite the fact that, since the start of the millennium, average house prices have increased by 181% and the number of first time buyers had decreased by 27%, the Pendle area remains one the most affordable regions regarding cost and a good ratio versus expected earnings in the area....

How can millennials be encouraged to save?


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24 Jul 2017

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According to a recent YouGov report, millennials form one of the largest generations to date. Born between 1980 and 1999, they constitute one in four people globally and 16 million citizens in the UK.

 

They demand individualism and adventure. Around 26% will take three holidays in 12 months, with 62% booking via websites such as Airbnb rather than normal tour operators. Millennials seek independence, require unique experiences and do not want to separate from technology....