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Pandemic decline for London flats yet to subside

Pandemic decline for London flats yet to subside

Pandemic decline in demand for London flats yet to subside Demand for apartment style living across London is yet to return despite a move back to normality for those living and working within the capital.

That’s according to the latest research by Ocasa , the specialist affordable rental platform, who looked at tenant demand for flats across each region of Britain, as well as current stock...

Property Listed in 2010 & still up for sale 4,300+ days later

Property Listed in 2010 & still up for sale 4,300+ days later

Property purchasing specialist, HBB Solutions , has revealed that while many homesellers are benefitting from manic market conditions and plenty of buyer interest, Britain’s least loved homes have been on the market for years - the longest since 2010 (over 4,300 days).

HBB Solutions analysed property stock on Rightmove to find the homes that had been listed the longest across each...

Former apprentice Shaun takes the reins at Redrow as Keith bows out after 38 years

Former apprentice Shaun takes the reins at Redrow as Keith bows out after 38 years

FORMER Redrow Lancashire apprentice Shaun Phoenix has been appointed head of construction for the homebuilder as Keith Collard retires as construction director after almost four decades.

Shaun, 44, started life at Redrow’s Chorley-based Lancashire division as an apprentice joiner aged 16. His rise to the top has seen him take on the roles of site manager, project manager and area...

Home Sellers achieving asking price in just one area

Home Sellers achieving asking price in just one area

Home Sellers achieving asking price in just one area

The latest data release from estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk, has revealed that the average home seller achieved 97.9% of asking price last year, with just one area of the market seeing buyers pay above and beyond the original listing price.

GetAgent pulls data from all of the major property listing portals which are...

Rising temperatures means rising pongs within the home

Rising temperatures means rising pongs within the home!

Rising temperatures means rising pongs!
  • As the temperature rises so do pongs in the home.
  • Odour causing bacteria loves the heat.
  • Independent study by Aroma Care Solutions finds the smelliest objects and places in the home

As the temperature rises so do pongs in the home, making the great outdoors where you want to be when the sun shines as the great...

Work Starting On New Homes in Langland

CONSTRUCTION of 31 new homes in Langland is due to start this July, Edenstone Homes has confirmed.

Work commencing will follow the formal acquisition of the 3.2 acre site on Higher Lane, with homes due to be released for sale around the same time.

Gareth Watts, of the Residential Development division of property consultancy Knight Frank, acted for the vendor.

The...

Bluebell Homes SOW THE SEEDS FOR A MORE FLEXIBLE LIFESTYLE WITH NEW TOWNHOUSES ROSS ON WYE property

SOW THE SEEDS FOR A MORE FLEXIBLE LIFESTYLE WITH NEW TOWNHOUSES IN ROSS ON WYE

Making the move for better and more flexible living is the goal of many new homebuyers

And with townhouses at Bluebell Homes’ Ross on Wye development, customers can be assured of achieving it.

There are two styles of 2.5 storey properties available at St Mary’s Garden Village, offering flexibility of living and great value too. And it means buyers can be assured of superb style and...

Generation Rent One in Four Renters Have Lived in TWICE As Many Homes As Their Parents

Generation 'Rent’ | One in Four Renters Have Lived in TWICE As Many Homes As Their Parents

A quarter of generation rent have already lived in twice as many homes as their parents generation will

  • New data reveals the number of different homes 20-39-year-olds are predicted to live in over their lifetime
  • A quarter (25%) of Gen Z and millennials have moved home 10 or more times since they left their family house1
  • A further 25% expect to move at
  • ...
Why spring cleaning your home and bedroom could improve sleep

Could spring cleaning your home improve your sleep?

Why spring cleaning your home and bedroom could improve sleep

Springtime is commonly associated with a fresh start – it’s the perfect opportunity to be out with the old and in with the new. After the dark, cold winter months, there is no better time to reflect the season change within your home - and it could help you sleep better too!

Here, Alison Jones, sleep expert at leading...

Prime London property prices up by as much as 114%

Prime London property prices up by as much as 114%

Prime London property prices up by as much as 114% as high-end homebuyers return to the capital

Research by debt advisory specialists, Henry Dannell , has revealed that while prime London property prices have remained largely flat on a year on year basis, life is starting to return to the capital’s top tier, with some postcodes seeing average sale prices climb by as much as 114%. However, not...

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