A new report by the cross-party House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has strongly criticised the government’s housing policy.
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Almost half of the UK’s homeowners plan to carry out home improvements over the next six months, according to a new survey by window manufacturer VELUX.
The building survey report tends to cause a lot of confusion and uncertainty...
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Theresa May has quite the in-tray – not only does she have to try and manage a smooth exit from the EU and cope with the possible economic knocks that withdrawal could cause, she also has to try and get a handle on one of the key issues affecting the population: housing.
Last week all eyes were on the Bank of England (BoE) as the financial world and all of those involved in the property market waited to see if the Bank's base rate would be lowered.
It’s been a busy and tumultuous few weeks in the political world. First the vote for Britain to leave the EU, then David Cameron resigning, then Labour MPs turning on Jeremy Corbyn and forcing through another leadership election (just 10 months after the last).
When obtaining a mortgage, one of the things home movers need to decide is what type of arrangement they want to apply for.
As a landlord, you might not give much thought to retired renters, believing that they make up only a very small part of the market. New research by the National Landlords Association (NLA), however, has cast doubt on such assertions.