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The positive impact of tenant involvement is often ignored, survey finds

8th April 2015 10:14

A new report entitled “An Investment Not a Cost” – which was created as part of an on-going Tenants Leading Change programme – has highlighted that tenant involvement can produce benefits of a financial and social nature, as well as… Read more...


UK house prices impacted by lack of homes, survey finds

20th March 2015 17:07

A recent survey by Your Move and Reed Rains has found that both a lack of homes and the recovering economy are increasing house prices and rent. In February 2015, the average cost of rent was at £766, a 3.1 per cent increase on the year prior. London… Read more...


Confidence in the housing industry at its highest level in three years

25th February 2015 12:24

The latest Annual Housebuyers Survey by the Banks has found that confidence within home owners is at its highest in three years. The results support the Council of Mortgage Lenders recent survey, which identified 2014 as having the highest lending levels… Read more...


Asking prices increased by £5,000 in February due to a lack of houses, Rightmove says

18th February 2015 10:24

A survey by Rightmove has found that February 2015 has seen property asking prices in England and Wales increase by over £5,000, due to a severe lack of properties going up for sale.  The UK’s biggest online property portal, Rightmove, attributed… Read more...


A sharp decrease in young homeowners is identified by official statistics

26th January 2015 15:45

Official analysis of Britain’s housing market has discovered a decrease in individuals under the age of 30 who own a house. The analysis by the Office for National Statistics has discovered that by 1991, approximately 65 per cent of those aged 25 to… Read more...


Empty homes need filling, survey finds

1st December 2014 12:25

Of the 2,000 people in Britain polled, 78 per cent have disclosed that they want to see Government making a greater effort to fill empty homes. The findings came from a recent Halifax survey, in conjunction with the National Empty Homes Agency. The survey,… Read more...


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