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EU Vote Could Slow House Price Growth

House price growth in the UK could slow down due to the uncertainty of the EU referendum, according to the Halifax. The lender claimed that property prices in the UK have increased by 10.1% over the past 12 months, which means that the average residential property is now worth £214,811.

Fixed Mortgage Rates Fall To Record Lows

Mortgage rates for two and three year fixed rate loans have fallen to record lows in February, according to research by the Mortgage Advice Bureau.

House Price Growth Could Slow Down

House price growth will slow down over the next three months as tax changes take effect, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics).

First-time Buyers Spend £52,900 On Rent

First-time buyers will have already spent an average of £52,900 on rent before they move into their first house, with costs rising to £64,400 for those starting to rent now, according to research from the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA).

Average House Purchase Deposit Hits Over £80,000

The Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB) has released figures showing that the average house purchase deposit rose to over £80,000 in December.

Rent Prices Increase 3.4%

Rent prices in England and Wales increased by 3.4% over 2015, according to figures from estate agents Your Move and Reeds Rain.

UK Rent Costs To Increase Faster Than House Prices

Surveyors have warned that the cost of renting a property in the UK could rise faster than house prices over the next five years.

Council Tenants To Lose Right To Lifetime Occupation

The government has announced new plans that mean council tenants will lose the right to stay in their homes for life.

Stamp Duty Changes Save Buyers £4,500

Anyone who has bought a house or flat in the past 12 months has saved an average of £4,500 thanks to the Stamp Duty changes introduced by Chancellor George Osborne.

Just 26% Of 20-39 Year Olds Will Own A Home In 2025

Only 26% of people aged 20-39 years old will have their foot on the housing ladder by 2025 according to a report from PwC.

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