The latest data from HomeLet has shown that rental prices in the UK fell by 0.3% when compared to last year - the second successive month in which rents showed a decline.
Buying a property is never straight forward and even seasoned property professionals will run into an unexpected hurdle at some point. For first-time buyers, especially in the current climate, the property buying process can be utterly baffling.
No visible signs of the property market easing on its traditionally-seasonal brakes just yet. The latest figures released by NAEA Propertymark have revealed that prospective buyer numbers reached the highest ever recorded for the month of October.
Storms have battered parts of the UK this year, with rain, wind, hail and snow creating havoc for homeowners on six different occasions.
What will happen to HMOs (Houses of Multiple Occupancy, also known as house shares) as the pandemic continues and with a recession in the offing? Some have suggested that this spells the end for HMOs.
Flipping can be a fantastic way to make money from property in a short space of time, but it is not without its pitfalls and, if you get your numbers wrong, your flip could turn out to be a flop.
Connells once more says Alchemy deal to finance Countrywide will not sort out its financial and operational problems.
Banks and building societies say they weren't consulted on EWS1 form exemption announcement made over weekend by government.
Albeit slightly historic, the latest data released by the ONS and the Land Registry has confirmed that the mini-boom lived up to its name during September with a 4.7% rise in average UK house prices.
Activity is strongest in the upper end of the housing market where stamp duty savings are most significant.
The government is set to revise its proposals for controversial planning reforms in England, after new housing targets prompted a backlash amongst some senior Conservative MPs
Mortgage payment holidays are being extended for homeowners financially affected by the pandemic.
The scheme had been due to come to an end on Saturday.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed that house moves can continue when Thursday's lockdown begins, but has yet to decide whether branches can remain open.
Pent-up demand in the Covid lockdown and the stamp-duty cut kept the property market hot, but a chill is on its way
Mortgage, credit card and loan schemes are finishing, but help is available
House prices rose at their fastest rate for five years in October as buyers raced to beat next year's stamp duty deadline, the Nationwide has said.
With rules and regulations surrounding lockdown seeming to change by the hour, baffling public and politicians alike, the government was forced to attempt to simplify its guidance and on October 12th the new Tiers system was announced.
Property search firm claims too many agents and home movers don't realise the urgency of the situation despite the cut-off date being five months away.
With many facing tough challenges living in urban areas during lockdown, the idea of selling up and moving out to the sticks seems more attractive by the day.
Figures covering England, Scotland and Wales show problems of getting on housing ladder
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