Sunday, 9 August 2020

Moving house ranked as the most stressful life event, survey reveals

Your first day at a new job can be understandably nerve-wracking, whilst the prospect of having a baby might give you sleepless nights before...

Why hire professional residential property lawyers in UK?

Are you planning to sell your residential property and wonder whether it is worth considering a good property solicitor or not? If so, read...

How Much Do You Know About the Housing Market?

The housing market is a complex place. It doesn’t matter if you’re saving to buy a house or if you’re already an experienced property...

Estate agents hit digital marketing gold standard

Boutique-style estate and letting agent Garton Jones is gearing up for an appearance on national TV claiming five honours in the 2016 Property Division...
help to buy ISA

First-time buyers and tenants receive government support

Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans to introduce a savings scheme that will reward would-be home buyers with a £50 bonus from the government...
A Guide to Starting a Real Estate Company in Dubai

A Guide to Starting a Real Estate Company in Dubai

Check out this guide to starting your own real estate company in Dubai... Find out what you need to know to get started including getting the correct licences.
property in london

Home ownership levels fall to 11-year low

The number of households in England that own their homes outright has risen to 7.4 million, outnumbering the 6.9 million people who own homes...
two year fixed buy-to-lets

More landlords shift to two-year fixed buy to let deals

In this latest article from Commercial Trust, find out their thoughts on why landlords are moving towards two year, fixed, buy-to-let deals...

House prices set to accelerate further

An acute shortage of homes for sale has led forecasters to predict UK property prices will rise by more than 20% over the next...
city of london (st pauls)

London basement digs are potential death traps

Construction firms working on mega-basements in central London are putting lives at risk, say Health and Safety officials. When inspection teams carried out unannounced visits...