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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...

UK Housing Market Beats Global Share Prices

UK Housing Market Beats Global Share Prices

Research from the team behind the Property Investor Show reveals that despite a bumper year for stock markets in 2021, the buoyant UK property market still managed to beat it on growth.

According to the Government’s Housing Market Index prices across the United Kingdom rose by 10.8% in the last twelve months whereas the FTSE 100 index of leading shares saw an uplift of 9.6%. And so...

These street names in the South West of England can increase your property value by £13,470

These street names in the South West of England can increase your property value by £13,470

Where are the most romantic streets in the UK?

OnlineMortgageAdvisor.co.uk can reveal that there are 705 streets with a romantic name in the UK. The most romantic region is the South East of England where you can find a whopping 115 streets containing a love-related term in their name.

In second place is the East of England with 109 romantic streets , followed by Yorkshire and the...

First-time buyers borrowing more and for longer

The latest research by Birmingham estate and lettings agent, Barrows and Forrester , has revealed that while first-time buyers face the biggest financial hurdle to homeownership causing them to borrow more, it’s existing homebuyers that are now more stretched when it comes to their earnings and the amount they are required to borrow.

Barrows and Forrester analysed data from the...

Homeowners could access more than the average pension pot using equity release property

Homeowners in 53% of areas in England and Wales could access more than the average pension pot using equity release

Nearly half of homeowners in England and Wales could access more funds from property wealth than the average pension pot
  • Homeowners in 53% of areas in England & Wales could be able to access more from the value of their home than is saved in the average pension pot (£61,930)
  • In March 2021, homeowners in England and Wales could release on average £72,988 worth of equity
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The homebuyer hotspots for a low carbon footprint

The homebuyer hotspots for a low carbon footprint

The homebuyer hotspots for a low carbon footprint and below average property values

The latest research by Birmingham estate and lettings agent, Barrows and Forrester , has revealed which pockets of the property market present homebuyers with the best chance of a below average carbon footprint but with the added bonus of below average property prices.

The research by Barrows and...

The London brandmarks commanding the highest house price premiums Harrods

The London brandmarks commanding the highest house price premiums

Research by central London estate agency, Bective , reveals which of London’s most famous brandmarks commands the highest property price premium when compared to the wider borough.

Bective analysed the value of residential real estate in postcodes surrounding 13 of prime London’s most iconic brandmarks and found that on average, property values come in at £1,548 per square foot....

Half of homebuyers would pay less for a brownfield new-build

The latest research from Warwick Estates reveals that while the majority of homebuyers would be undeterred about buying a brownfield new-build, more than half would want to pay less because it was developed on a brownfield site.

With the government finally turning their attention to brownfield sites to help solve the housing crisis, an estimated 160,000 new brownfield homes could...

Most active property price market thresholds revealed

Most active property price market thresholds revealed

Most active property price market thresholds revealed

The latest research by Birmingham estate and lettings agent, Barrows and Forrester , has revealed just how influential the stamp duty holiday seems to have been in shaping property market activity since the start of the year.

Barrows and Forrester analysed property market transactions across every county of England and Wales since...

First-time property buyers worse off due to stamp duty holiday property

First-time property buyers £25k worse off thanks to stamp duty holiday

Research by the estate agent comparison site, GetAgent.co.uk , reveals that the stamp duty holiday has increased the price of first-time buyer homes by an average of 11.7% in England in the last year, and by as much as 31.5% in some areas of the country.

The stamp duty holiday was introduced as a financial incentive to keep the housing market buoyant during the pandemic and thus...

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