Always a debatable one this – buy or rent? Below is an article from the NAEA newsletter last week discussing this very topic:
It is now cheaper to buy a home than to rent property in most of the UK, research
Why is it just sellers who get all the help from the estate agent? One could argue that it is because they are paying the agents’ fee. However without buyers there is no sale and the easier the process is
An article/comment on buy-to-let properties and buyers:
The buy-to-let market grew by 7% in 2010, according to the latest data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
At the end of the year there were an estimated 1.3 million buy-to-let mortgages outstanding, worth
In the last NAEA weekly newletter there were a number of articles I will download onto this blog.
Whilst the market is hard what we are finding here at Humberstones Homes in Quinton, is that if a property price is attractive
Young adults are more attached to the idea of owning their own home than any other age-group, with 86% of under-30s identifying it as a key priority in life, according to a major survey from the Barratt HomeBuyers’ Panel.
What an excellent start to 2011 for Humberstones Homes.
Record number of instructions in our area including Quinton, Halesowen, Oldbury and Romsley – more houses, bunglaows and flats to sell in Spring.
We also agreed more sales than in January 2010 which
The NAEA have released an article in their weekly newletter to us stating “house prices in the doldrums”. In actual fact, from what I can see in Humberstones Homes’ area of Quinton, Halesowen and the surrounding area, prices are just
Another useful article from the NAEA weekly newsletter:
Green Deal to boost jobs
The Coalition is planning to create 100,000 jobs insulating homes by 2015.
Chris Huhne, Energy and Climate Change Secretary, announced the plan as part of a national effort to make
This article has been taken from the NAEA newsletter and talks about house selling and its marketplace in the foreseeable future:
Wanted: ‘boring’ housing market
Lynda Blackwell, mortgage policy manager at the Financial Services Authority, has called for a ‘boring’ and ‘predictable’