Millions of potential borrowers could be refused a mortgage under new reforms proposed by the industry watchdog.
The number of properties sold in the UK has reached an annual high, according to the latest figures.
Daily commute a chore? Perhaps you don’t want to pay the New Year’s exorbitant train fare. A flat in the city gives you the best of both worlds. Close to work and then on weekends you can get out to your country retreat and relax. This week we take a look at a few flats in cities. Don’t like the ones chosen? Why not find your city pad at Propertywide today.
Thinking of buying a house in the New Year? Will prices rise, will they fall, will banks loosen up on their lending grip or will the euro crisis keep banks and lenders at bay? We look at some industry predictions for 2012.
The number of property repossessions could rise in 2012, new figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) suggests.
According to the latest research from Zoopla, falling house prices and ever increasing demand for rental property has made it more expensive to rent than to buy in 45 of the 50 largest towns in the UK.
As the nation prepares for the festive season, many of us will be preparing to tune into some Christmas classics with the top 10 driving songs.
According to new findings from the CML (Council of Mortgage Lenders) First-time buyers’ average monthly interest payments have declined to an eight-year low.
If you fancy starting 2012 away from the hustle and bustle of city living, how about snapping up a rural property at auction?