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Buying Property At Auction

Dos and Don’ts of Buying Property At Auction

Are you looking for a new property? Have you considered buying at auction? Buying commercial or residential properties at auction is becoming increasingly common, mainly because it’s a much quicker way of buying property than the traditional method. But it isn’t something that you should do lightly. You need to arm yourself with as much […]

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Hank Zarihs UK retail investors "pulling out of property funds"

Average UK house prices up 8.3% year on year, official index data shows

Average house prices in the UK increased by 8.3% in the year to July 2016, down from 9.7% in June 2016, continuing the strong growth seen since the end of 2013, according to the latest index data. The average UK house price was £217,000 in July 2016, some £17,000 higher than in July 2015 and […]

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Hank Zarihs UK retail investors "pulling out of property funds"

‘House prices WON’T fall’

Experts reveal property market remains robust in spite of Brexit fears. Fears that house prices would be sent tumbling on the back of Brexit uncertainty now look overblown with confidence among surveyors recovering. The latest survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors showed that its member estate agents now expect house prices to rise […]

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Hank Zarihs UK retail investors "pulling out of property funds"

House price leap defies fears of referendum downturn in property market

An unexpected rise in house prices in August and an upturn in consumer confidence today added to the sense that the Brexit vote at the end of June has yet to derail the UK economy. House prices rose 0.6% this month, according to Nationwide, when analysts had been predicting a fall of between 1% and […]

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Hank Zarihs UK retail investors "pulling out of property funds"

Borrowers are taking advantage of a cooling property market and cheap money

Britons are taking advantage of super-low interest rates and the slowdown in property prices to borrow more, according to the latest data from the British Bankers’ Association. The numbers show that gross mortgage borrowing rose by 6% in July 2015, compared to the previous month, hitting £12.6 billion ($16.6 billion). Britons are also taking on more debt. The data […]

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