Help to buy
On a rough estimate, the UK needs an additional 250,000 new homes each year to meet rising demand, as the population grows and more people choose to live alone. That works out as around 62,500 a quarter. Yet we’re still well short of that target.
Plus, record levels of £5m+ homes, and should Help to Buy limit be reduced?
Plus Help to Buy – no help to first time buyers?
Plus Help to Buy effect on rents, and homeowner confidence rises
Plus, live Help to Buy Q&A, London house prices mapped, and the gap bewteen asking prices and achieved prices
Our new look at the wonderful world of property statistics
Plus, the daylight factor, and Help to Buy’s effect on first time buyers,
Plus, 18th century bachelor pads, Help to Buy effect on London rents, and the importance of good pubs
Plus, are you an estate agent without realising it?
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