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Back to work

Well, it’s that time of year, again, isn’t it? The holidays are starting to seem like a distant memory and here we are back at work and with the new school term already started. And it’s also about now that we start to see the nights drawing in as autumn takes a hold. However, there is one very bright light on the horizon - the property market is coming back to life just as summer comes to a close ... read full article

House price news

More of the same for house prices in August, with the market continuing to slow as we reach the end of the traditionally quieter summer period. Nationwide reported a small fall of 0.1% and Rightmove’s asking prices were down by 0.9%. Rightmove points out that it is a smaller than average fall for August, which is normally around -1.2%. Within both sets of figures, it’s a mixed picture, though. The ... read full article

Ikea enters solar power market

When the government reduced its subsidies in 2015, solar power lost something of its lustre. Now Ikea, in conjunction with Solarcentury, have put it right back in the mix. Just as our household bills are rising, they have launched a competitively priced solar power and battery system that is claimed to save you £560 a year.

Until recently, one of the main problems with solar systems was t ... read full article

Mortages and intrest rates

As a result of a weak pound, inflation has crept up again, hitting 3%. Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, warned that it may result in a base rate rise in the coming months, although any rise would be at “a gradual pace and to a limited extent”. He also added that in the aftermath of Brexit, a fall in EU migration could, in future, lead to a reduction in the available labour force, resu ... read full article

Selling a house

The property community has long railed against the excessive cost of stamp duty, but up until now, theirs has been a lone voice. With a number of Conservative politicians recently highlighting the issue amid concerns over the stagnating housing market, pressure is finally building on Philip Hammond to reform what is being called a ‘tax on moving’. To add weight to the argument, the Office for Budg ... read full article

House prices

The general slowdown in the property market continues as we move into some of the quietest months of the year. Average UK house prices are still rising across the country, according to most of the indices, but transaction volumes and stock levels are falling.

The Halifax reports that, nationally, house prices rose by 0.4% in July to £219,266. That's 10% above their peak in August 2007 and ... read full article