Rental properties in UK reach highest supply level

As per the rental tracker report from property portal Rightmove, There are more properties available in the UK’s private rented sector but despite this improvement in supply rents are continuing to increase. Supply increased by 7% in the second quarter of 2017 outside of London. Within London, asking rents have decreased by 0.2% compared with Read More

First time buyers reboot property sales in England and Wales

According to the latest research, Over 80% in England and Wales experienced a fall in sales last year but first time buyer numbers continue to grow. As per the analysis report from Lloyds Bank, despite the recent dip in home sales, there has been an improvement compared to five years ago when the market started Read More

Family homes in London are more expensive

First time buyers think house prices in some locations in London  are more expensive than they are. Overall some 62% of people looking to buy their first home thought properties were more expensive with homes in boroughs such as Westminster, Brent, Camden and Hammersmith & Fulham perceived as some of the most expensive. According to Read More

London is the most expensive part of Britain

London has been identified as the most expensive part of Britain to be a landlord, followed by the South East while the North East of England is the cheapest. According to the research from specialist lender Kent Reliance, The average cost for a landlord in London, excluding any mortgage and tax and including void periods, Read More