property market

Current home selling hotspots taking 13 months quicker than the slowest

New research from GetAgent , the estate agent comparison website, has revealed which areas of the property market in England and Wales are seeing homes sell the quickest, as well as the areas with the slowest time to sell taking 13 months longer.

GetAgent.co.uk keeps a comprehensive record of property sales across the nation, using data from all of the major online portals to record...

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The property market pockets driving price growth in each county

Research from national UK estate agent, Keller Williams UK , has revealed which areas of the property market in England are currently Best in Show, when it comes to price appreciation across each county since the start of the stamp duty holiday.

Keller Williams analysed house price growth since last July across all local authorities in England before highlighting which area was...

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New build transactions yet to return to pre-pandemic levels but are market delays to blame?

The latest research by Warwick Estates has revealed that new build property transactions are yet to return to pre-pandemic levels, with every area of Britain seeing a decline in sales over the last 12 months when compared to the 12 months before Covid struck.

Warwick Estates analysed new build property sales since February of last year and January of this year (latest available data...

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The cities offering the greatest rental potential for Build to Rent investors

Build to Rent specialists, Ascend Properties , have highlighted which areas of the property market present the biggest potential opportunity for Build to Rent investors based on the prominence of renting.

In total, just shy of £16bn has been invested into the Build to Rent sector and this is forecast to hit just shy of £25bn by 2025. But where should investors look to when investing...

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London beats the commuter belt for pandemic property sales but trails on price appreciation

Astons , the international experts on real estate, residency and citizenship through investment, has found that London has trailed behind the commuter belt where pandemic property price appreciation is concerned. However, the capital has held its own in terms of the number of homes sold, suggesting that the demise of the London market due to lockdown restrictions may have been exaggerated....

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Home seller hotspots since the property market reopened

The latest research by estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk , has revealed where the market is seeing the most homeseller activity a year on from reopening from lockdown restrictions.

GetAgent analysed the number of homes listed for sale across the property market in England and Wales between 20th April and 12th May 2020, the day before lockdown restrictions were eased and...

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Man City, Aston Villa and West Ham sit top of the table for new housing stock

Research by property developer, StripeHomes , has revealed that Man City sits top of the league when it comes to house building prowess as well as football.

Next weekend will see the greatest league on earth come to a climax for yet another season and while this season has looked very different due to Covid, one consistent theme remains Man City’s Premier League pedigree as they look...

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Reasons Why Some Properties Are More Expensive Than Others

When you're planning to buy a new house, you might wonder why some are way more expensive than others. Despite having a similar appearance and size, some properties are still pricier. While it doesn't mean they're perfect for you, it pays to know how properties get their price tag.

Law of supply and demand

It’s basic economics. When there’s more demand for the property in the area,...

Exeter

Exeter homeowners undervalue their homes by almost £46,000

More than a third of Exeter homeowners undervalue their homes by almost £46,000 as Zoopla reveals the city’s ‘Hidden Equity’

● More than a third of Exeter homeowners undervalue their home by an average of £45,937

● More than half of homeowners in the city have lost touch with the value of their home

● Half of homeowners unlocked their ‘hidden equity’ to move to a nicer...

Stamp Duty

These areas of the property market aren’t feeling the stamp duty holiday heat

The latest research by Yes Homebuyers has revealed which markets have failed to accelerate with the help of the stamp duty holiday.

The research shows that: -

- The City of London has seen the lowest number of total homes sold since last July at just 40.

- Rutland has also failed to keep pace with the rest of the market, with just 282 sales recorded since July 2020...

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