26 per cent fewer young people are homeowners now than in 1991

With house prices having steadily increased since the financial crisis in 2008, properties are more expensive now than any time in living memory. But with salaries increasing at a much slower rate, buying a property has become significantly harder over time, analysis from MoneySuperMarket has found. That’s true...
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Landlord provides accommodation for homeless this Christmas

Five homeless people will have a roof over their heads this Christmas, thanks to a kind-hearted Liverpool landlord, Mike Georgeson. OurHouseOurPeople is a community interest company set up last year when it opened up an office block for homeless people during one of the worst winters the country...
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Buy to let changes for 2019 – Plenty to ponder

As 2018 draws to an end, there has been much to reflect upon in the buy to let market. There is plenty for landlords to ponder heading into 2019, as Andrew Turner, chief executive at specialist buy to let broker, Commercial Trust, explores an evolving market.
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Brits deck the halls with festive home improvement frenzy

With Brits expected to spend £4.5 billion shopping by the first Saturday of December, £29.6 Billion is set to be lavished on home improvements – not on presents under the tree – according to new research from AA Financial Services. The new homeowner research dispels the myth that...
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UK property demands are changing: how should investors respond?

by Tom Brown, Managing Director at Ingenious Real Estate. Housing needs in the UK are changing amid declining levels of home ownership and lifestyle shifts. Rather than the traditional ‘buy-and-hold’ model, residential housing needs are shifting towards developments that are built for rent and aimed towards a specific...
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Why Millennials can’t climb the property ladder

With the average semi-detached house costing £225,674 in the UK, the housing crisis has left many of those within the younger generations short of an opportunity to own their own home. As the UK experiences a widening generational wealth gap, research from credit comparison experts TotallyMoney uncovers how...
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More than 600,000 homes lay vacant across England

A new study has revealed the shocking extent of England’s empty homes crisis, with more than 600,000 homes remaining vacant. The study, conducted by Good Move, has found that a third of empty homes are classed as long-term vacant, after being empty for more than six months.
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