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January, 2022
How much more would you pay for a chain-free home?

Recent figures have revealed that the property sale fall through rate is on the rise, returning to normal levels after dropping to just 11% in Q3 last yea ...Read more

January, 2022
Rightmove: House price growth at fastest pace since 2016

The average price of property coming to market has risen once again, with the 0.3% increase adding a further £852 to the value of a home - 7.6% higher than in January 2021, the highest annual rate of price growth recorded since May 2016, according to Rightmove. ...Read more

January, 2022
HMRC: Residential transactions up 11.8% in December

The latest HMRC data has revealed that UK residential property transactions climbed to 113,470 last December, down 14.6% against December 2020 but 11.8% higher than November 2021. ...Read more

January, 2022
December saw a 33% rise in house hunters

Estate agents have reported their busiest December on record for house hunters, with a 33% year-on-year rise in activity, according to the latest data from NAEA Propertymark. ...Read more

January, 2022
Halifax: Record number of first-time buyers joined market in 2021

The most affordable place for a first-time buyer (FTB) to buy a home in the UK was Clackmannanshire in 2021, in a year that saw new buyers boost the housing market by a record rate, according to Halifax. ...Read more

January, 2022
John Chase's market update

John Chase gives his views on the current property market ...Read more

January, 2022
One in seven landlords in the dark over upcoming EPC rule change

From 2025, all newly rented properties will be required to have an EPC rating of C or above. However, according to a new survey, 15% of landlords still have no knowledge of the upcoming changes to EPC rules. ...Read more

January, 2022
Mortgage market predicted to ease during 2022

Gross mortgage lending will fall to £275bn this year, down from the £304bn reached in 2021 and signal a return to some semblance of normality in the market, according to predictions made by IMLA. ...Read more