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Welcome to the latest news from Affinity Estate Agents. We have the following News articles available: 17


House price growth slows `as consumer prepare for cash squeeze` 03/05/2017
House prices recorded their second consecutive monthly fall in April, while the annual rate of growth slowed to 2.6 per cent, the weakest since June 2013. That`s the latest housing market data from the Nationwide, which says the recent softening in price growth may be an indication that households are starting to react to the emerging squeeze on real incomes and to affordability pressures in key p...
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House price growth slows `as consumer prepare for cash squeeze`
Agency figures show many more first time buyers entering the market 25/04/2017
First time buyer registrations in the past month have jumped nearly 20 per cent across the UK and almost 30 per cent in London according to one agency. `The pressure on first time buyers was eased this month, as record price rises began to stabilise across the country....
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Agency figures show many more first time buyers entering the market
Parents pay £825 for child`s first owned home or £631 for first rental 12/04/2017
A survey of 1,000 parents has apparently revealed just how much they pay when their offspring first leaves home to live independently in another property. And whilst we hear much of the Bank of Mum and Dad paying literally tens of thousands of pounds to help their children set up a new home,...
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Parents pay £825 for child`s first owned home or £631 for first rental
Zoopla claims brand dominance over Rightmove is growing 22/03/2017
New research conducted for ZPG claims that Zoopla`s ‘national spontaneous brand awareness` is at an all-time high - with the gap over Rightmove at its biggest level ever. The research, conducted by Harris Interactive questioning 1,043 adults across the UK last month,...
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Zoopla claims brand dominance over Rightmove is growing
Higher house prices mean fewer burglaries, insurance firm claims 18/03/2017
New analysis shows what appears to be the correlation between rising house prices and falling burglary rates across the country. The research, by Churchill Home Insurance, claims to show a direct correlation between property values and crime levels,...
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Higher house prices mean fewer burglaries, insurance firm claims
Budget: No new property taxes - but landlords may be hit 10/03/2017
Chancellor Phillip Hammond has introduced no new property taxes in his Spring Budget - but a clampdown on those setting up companies to minimise tax burdens may ultimately lead to additional controls on landlords. There was no explicit reference to the introduction of mortgage interest tax relief changes for landlords,...
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Budget: No new property taxes - but landlords may be hit
Capital appreciation on housing far outstrips other property types 27/02/2017
Residential property has performed far better than any other property-type in terms of appreciation over the last year, according to new data. Any agent faced with reluctant buyers unsure of the investment potential can take heart from the fact that while all property types - industrial,...
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Capital appreciation on housing far outstrips other property types
Tube strike 2017: How long industrial action will last as commuters hit by multiple travels woes 22/02/2017
Tube and rail strikes have hit commuters efforts to get to work on Wednesday (February 22) morning, while a nine-mile tailback meant motorists also endured a nightmare start to the day. Industrial action called by trade unions Aslef and the RMT saw the Central line severely disrupted in west London,...
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Tube strike 2017: How long industrial action will last as commuters hit by multiple travels woes
Over 40% of buyers view six or more homes, major survey shows 17/02/2017
The survey`s findings have been released to coincide with the agency`s claim that February 2016 was the agency`s busiest month for viewings booked online. In that month the booking volumes were 10 per cent higher than January, March or April,...
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Over 40% of buyers view six or more homes, major survey shows
Unlikely location was UK`s house price rise hotspot of 2016... 15/02/2017
It is perhaps a sign of how difficult it is to read the UK housing market right now that the latest government figures show the location with the highest price rise in 2016 wasn`t London or another big city - but was, instead, the Shetland Isles....
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Unlikely location was UK`s house price rise hotspot of 2016...
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