Roof terraces strong enough to take a helicopter’s weight, squash courts in the basement and car galleries to display vehicle collections are among some of the most extravagant homebuyer requests fielded by Marsh & Parsons recently.
With a property market that’s rising faster than most young people’s wages many parents are worried about how their children are going to start climbing the property ladder according to estate agent Belvoir. Continue reading
More planning reform is needed to support the UK property market and developers, according to lending property finance experts. Continue reading
Are you looking for your dream home in and around Derby?
Channel 4 series ‘Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb’ wants to hear from buyers now! Continue reading
Primetime Channel 4 series ‘Selling Houses With Amanda Lamb’ are currently making an episode in Derby and surrounding areas, and are looking for sellers and properties in the £180,000 to £240,000 and £280,000 to £330,000 price brackets that could benefit from:
– Expert home design advice from Amanda Lamb
– £1000 budget to do a home makeover (sellers can spend this however they like – on the house!)
– Styling from the design team
– A viewing from a genuine buyer at the end of the programme Continue reading
House prices in the latest three months (March-May) were 2.0% higher than in the preceding three months (December 2014-February 2015) according to the latest Halifax House Price Index.
The quarterly rate of change fell for the second successive month and compares with 2.6% in March. Continue reading
The average price of a home in Britain’s seaside towns has risen by a third over the past ten years, according to research by Halifax, which is leading many older people to rent by the sea when they retire, says Peter Girling, Chair of Girlings Retirement Rentals.
Halifax found that the average seaside property price is now £208,729 compared to £159, 522 in 2005, with the UK’s most expensive seaside town Salcombe in Devon with an average price of £672,874, followed by Sandbanks in Dorset with an average of £614,726. Continue reading