The average property value in London in October 2016 was £474,475, according to the latest UK House Price Index by Land Registry.
The annual price increase was 7.7%. Monthly house prices have fallen by 1.2% since September 2016.
514 properties were repossessed in England, of which were 24 in London.
Barratt Developments announced today that it has reduced prices for some of its new homes in London.
“In general, consumer demand is robust, driven by an undersupply of homes, good mortgage availability and a supportive Government policy environment including Help to Buy (Equity Loan). At the...
A studio flat is one of the most sought after apartment types in London. It is an excellent choice for anyone who doesn’t need a lot of space.
As these are usually the cheapest apartments in the building, they tend to get reserved quickly. So if you are after a studio, make sure to register...
As of April 2016, Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) will increase 3% for anyone buying residential property in England, Northern Ireland or Wales that is not their main residence. This means you only have 3 months to act before you will be paying substantially more than those buying their first home.
What has the property market got in store for London in 2016? To buy or not to buy? We recommend that you read what the local estate agents have to say!
Only London, Paris, Geneva and Singapore are forecast to see stronger price growth (or a slower rate of decline) in 2016 than in 2015....