Would You Buy a ‘Haunted’ House?

For non-superstitious buyers, investing in a potentially haunted property could result in a bargain purchase. Research shows that 1 in 5 sellers would lower their asking price in order to sell their ‘haunted’ property. According to Richard Tugwell, director at...


Cost of Moving Continues To Rise for Renters & Buyers

Moving to a new house is often reported as one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. The cost of moving can be significant as well. According to a study from Post Office Money, renters would require an average of £1,469 in savings to cover the costs of...


Annual House Price Growth Crashes to 5 Year Low

The gradual decline in property prices has finally halted to a 5-year low. According to an analysis gathered by Nationwide, annual house price growth has reached its lowest percentage at 1.6% since May 2013. It is most certainly that the recent drop in house prices is due to...


Brutalist Market: Flats at London’s Centre Point taken off market

The consequences of Brexit on London’s property market have reached the capital’s most exclusive real estate. The impending fear of Brexit has left half of Centre Point’s multimillion-pound flats unsold and therefore pushed the property developer to take the...


Revealed: London is the most unequal place in the UK

London is home to both the richest people and the poorest people in the UK, new research has shown according to the latest research. It defines wealth as how much money you have in a property, as well as savings, pension pot and possessions. The poorest households in Britain are...


How the financial crash made our cities unaffordable

Usually when there is a financial crisis it tends to see asset prices collapsing, making housing more affordable.  But its been different this-time because authorities countered the 2008 crisis with low interest rates and quantitive easing. UK Stock and Housing Markets have...


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