Analysis from Hamptons International has found there are now an average of eight buyers to every home seller. Hamptons says this imbalance shows no sign of changing as the spring market moves closer and many sellers hold back from putting their properties on the market until suitable alternative homes become available. The London property market has seen a 38% increase in registered buyer numbers so far this year compared with 2006, while the stock of properties available to Hamptons’ vendors is down by 50%.
As I move to pastures new I mull over my unhappiness about edeus’ muscular advertising, which is nothing short of unprofessional in the way it knocks the opposition, says Sue Read
Gordon Browns Budget has been slammed by haart estate agents for its lack of Stamp Duty reform.Paul Smith, chief executive of haart estate agents, says: With the average value of a property in London now over 260,000, the majority of first-time buyers are looking at properties above 250,000 but they dont have the vast cash […]
Last week, the government revealed that preparation for the launch of Home Information Packs has already cost over 11m in administration, legal and consultation fees.
Mortgages PLC has launched an exclusive cash- back deal for packagers. £300 cashback is offered on all heavy and unlimited mortgage applications submitted via packagers.
Roy Armitage, head of credit, LendInvest Selling a loan is the part of a lender’s workload most visible to brokers and borrowers. Just as crucial – but less frequently observed – is how that lender services that loan. A commitment to quality servicing is one that’s front and centre for us at LendInvest and it’s […]
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