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Plans to build over 60 new homes in Market Weighton, Yorkshire, are to go on display at a public exhibition later this week. Developer Bellway Homes has drafted
The first of David Cameron’s starter homes are to be built in Poole. Permission has been granted to build over 50 flats on the former Pilkington Tiles building
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A new report from the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) called for more housing options to be made available for older buyers.
According to the report, local authorities need to build more housing, along with better rental offers for older people and an overall greater choice of housing....
According to research by Simpson Millar Solicitors, buyers are struggling to purchase their first property on their own, with just 9% being able to do so.
Figures showed that the percentage of people purchasing their first home on their own has decreased from 29% in 1994/95 and from 14% in 2014/15, with Simpson Millar Solicitors stating that those who are now able to purchase their first home unassisted...
Property portal Zoopla has revealed the top-ten seaside locations with the highest increases in house prices. According to the latest research from the property search website, seaside towns in locations like Wales have seen the highest increase in average...
According to a report from the British Bankers Association (BBA), homebuyers and businesses delayed making financial decisions while waiting for the outcome of the EU referendum.
Figures released by the BBA showed that mortgage approvals declined in June, with a decrease of 11% over the same period last year....
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