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  • Outlook improves for housing market


    The first signs that the UK property market may be starting to improve include an increase in transactions (although prices have yet to rise), an increase in mortgage applications, and the most positive monthly report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) since January 2008.


    (Filed: Fri May 22 2009)
  • Young London Stands up to Rogue Agents


    Young London is the latest agency to join up to the National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS), accreditation set up to provide a much needed industry benchmark to protect landlords and tenants from the perils of ‘cowboy’ agents.


    (Filed: Tue May 19 2009)
  • Bruntwood confirms progress of McLaren office renovation


    Bruntwood, commercial property company, announces its £7m redevelopment of the McLaren office building in Birmingham's city centre is progressing well and confirms the scheduled October completion date


    (Filed: Fri May 15 2009)
  • Firm Foundations for Crossrail Boost


    Commenting on the laying of foundations for the new Isle of Dogs Crossrail station at Canary Wharf, Neil Young, CEO of property portfolio managers Young Group, welcomes the boost to property market confidence that the project will bring.


    (Filed: Fri May 15 2009)
  • LACORS ACCEPTS RLA GUIDANCE


    Two fire safety issues, raised by the Residential Landlords Association, have been incorporated into national guidelines for rented property.


    (Filed: Thu Apr 30 2009)
  • Overview of the UK rental market

     

    Keshav Thukaram, managing director of landlord property services website Smartlandlord.co.uk, comments on the UK rental market.


    (Filed: Thu Apr 30 2009)
  • Sellers still setting prices too high


    Despite the fact that UK house prices are still down by approximately 17% year on year, many sellers seem to be ignoring the market realities and listing their properties at unrealistically high prices, which they then have to negotiate downwards.


    (Filed: Thu Apr 23 2009)
  • RICS survey suggests market is improving


    Though the UK remains mired in recession, the latest survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) shows signs that the property slump may be easing. The drastic measures taken by the Bank of England to battle the recession, including cutting the basic interest rate to 0.5% and pumping money into the economy through the purchase of government bonds, seem to be having a stabilizing effect on the housing market.


    (Filed: Sat Apr 18 2009)
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