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Survey Discovers Top Trick or Treating Locations in Britain this Halloween

26th October 2012 15:59

  Property website Zoopla.co.uk has conducted market research which uncovers the best places to go trick or treating this Halloween. The Trick or Treat Index ranked towns and cities across the nation by a combination of factors that are key to a successful… Read more...


Figures Show 1.6 Million Still Living With Parents

15th October 2012 10:45

According to a recent survey conducted by YouGov for housing charity Shelter, more than 1.6 million adults aged between 20 and 40 are still living with their parents due to the fact they cannot afford to buy or rent a home. The poll consisted of 5,379 people,… Read more...


Survey Discovers Top 20 Places to Raise a Family in the UK

1st October 2012 21:46

A nationwide survey commissioned by Family Investments has seen the Berkshire town of Wokingham crowned as the best place to live and bring up a family in the UK. The market research examined the factors that parents consider to be most important, such as… Read more...


Market Research Finds Landlords Pleased but Tenants to Suffer Rise in Rental Fees

29th August 2012 16:12

Due to weak mortgage lending levels for first-time buyers and the generally poor economy preventing many Britons from being able to afford to get onto the property ladder, there has been a major increase in rental demand – this is cause for celebration… Read more...


Survey Finds Mortgages Least Expensive in Scotland

27th August 2012 15:40

A survey report has revealed the most affordable mortgage regions in Britain, with the Top 10 local authority districts all being located in Scotland. East Ayrshire is the least expensive council area in the UK, with typical mortgage payments accounting for… Read more...


Market Research Uncovers New Trend of Rooted Renters

27th July 2012 15:58

According to a study by the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA), the average length of tenancy in the UK has risen to a record high. Renters are now generally staying in a property for 20 months. This increase has been attributed to strong competition… Read more...


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