About 1,000 acres of farmland is being offered on four five-year farm business tenancies in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Lettings agents say new tenants in capital are paying £100 per month less than a year ago, with demand from tenants falling, possibly because of Brexit vote
British house prices fell for a second month in a row in April, suggesting households are feeling the pinch from rising inflation since last year's Brexit vote and low wage growth, data from mortgage lender Nationwide showed on Friday.
Liverpool City Council has granted planning permission to another triple tower development, the second such application within a week.
Government’s policies on sustainable drainage are failing to protect communities from flood risk and miss opportunities to improve amenity and the environment, according to MPs.
The latest data analysis by London estate agents, Portico, has revealed that sales transactions in the capital are at an all-time low.
Tumbling house sales have pushed down revenues at the largest estate agencies in the UK.
Revenues at Countrywide fell 13pc to £162m in the first quarter of this year, down from £187m in the same period in 2016.
Registrations with the National House-Building Council (NHBC) - payments by homebuilders for insurance on projects before construction starts - rose 17 % compared with the first three months of 2017 to 42,470
Taylor Wimpey, one of the UK's biggest housebuilders, has set aside £130m and apologised to home buyers in a dispute over sharply rising fees.
It is the first major builder to apologise after criticism for leaving customers with onerous leasehold deals.
Complaints about the country’s 2,500 housing associations are growing. We need better ways to check they are still fit for purpose
Countrywide this morning reported income for the first quarter was £162m – down from £187m in the same period in 2016.
The group said this was “in line with our expectations”.
It said the first quarter of 2016 was boosted by the acceleration in transactions on buy-to-let properties and second homes in response to the impending changes to Stamp Duty which became effective April 1 2016.
The latest figures from NAEA Propertymark have revealed that the UK housing supply fell to its lowest March level since records began in 2002.
According to the analysis, the number of properties available to buy on estate agents’ books decreased to 39 in March, from 44 in February. Looking at this year-on-year, supply is down 28% as agents had 54 properties available to market last March.
Social impact property developer Capital&Centric has completed its acquisition of the 180,000sq ft former Littlewoods building and an adjacent six-acre development site on Edge Lane in Liverpool as part of a £35m investment which will bring 350 jobs to the city.
After a year on the market, a North Yorkshire village has been acquired by a Norfolk property investment firm.
The village is West Heslerton, which was put on the market a year ago following the death of previous owner Eve Dawnay five years ago. Dawnay’s family had owned the village for 150 years.
A new 50-bedroom student accommodation block is being built in Leicester.
The five-storey development, on New Walk, is being built by TMDP Group on behalf of Zone Developments and will house 50 en-suite student apartments, a cinema room, multiple common areas, laundry room and a communal gym.
A lack of Grade A office space is driving up rents in the M42 and Solihull office market to levels not seen since the recession, property agents have said.
Mark Robinson, director in KWB’s Birmingham-based Office Agency Team, said rents for new Grade A space had now passed £23.50 psf and were likely to continue to increase over the next 12 months, as well as applying upward pressure to rents for refurbished space.
Offices in the heart of Birmingham’s Colmore Business District are to be marketed after undergoing a major refurbishment.
Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has been appointed to market available office space at 126 Colmore Row, which was sold in a deal last October for in excess of £2m.
A recently refurbished 190,000 sq ft distribution warehouse in the heart of Wakefield Europort, one of Yorkshire’s leading distribution locations, has been sold for £11.8m.
CCLA Investment Management have bought the property from Edinburgh-based Parabola at a net initial yield of 6.39%.
New data released by EstateAgent4Me has shown that appointing the right estate agent can net those selling their home up to £36,000 above their original asking price.
According to the research, currently the UK’s best-performing agent is Roy Brooks of East Dulwich, achieving an average sale almost 6% above asking price over the past six months and netting clients £36,064 on average. Other successful agents have bagged their customers bonuses of over £20,000 compared to their original estimates, showing the value of thoroughly researching and appointing the right seller for your home.
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