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    For the first time since records began, this year has seen Paris attract more capital into property investments in the French capital than has been drawn to London. The data showing the impact a combination of factors from Brexit uncertainty to increases in stamp duty for investment properties than are not a primary residence have ...
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    The proportion of first-time buyers (FTBs) helped by family in the five years since 2014 has tripled since 1989, finds research by Just Group First-time buyers (FTBs) were three times as likely to have received financial help from family in the five years since 2014 compared to thirty years ago, research by Just Group has ...
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    Hoover Building’s plans for 22-storey apartment block behind London’s best-known Art Deco landmark has been rejected after a furious campaign Hoover Building’s plans for a “built to rent” development has been rejected following a furious campaign. The plan for 250 rental flats generated 521 objections and a 2,685-signature petition.
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    Expat property investors are taking advantage of the low value of the Pound to snap up buy to let homes in the UK Expat property investors are taking advantage of the persistent low value of the Pound to snap up buy to let homes in the UK. The Pound has spent the three years since ...
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    Average property prices in England and Wales have risen just £32 over the past 12 months, according to a report from agency Your Move and data firm Acadata Average property prices in England and Wales have risen just £32 (US$40) over the past 12 months, according to a joint report Monday from agency Your Move ...
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    Almost two thirds of older generation in the UK have no intention of downsizing their property in retirement, according to figures by Nationwide Building Society Almost two thirds of older homeowners in the UK have no intention of downsizing their property in retirement, according to figures released by Nationwide Building Society. A survey carried out ...
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    First-time buyers were the largest property buyer segment in the U.K. during 2018, and that may continue this year despite increasing affordability pressures, according to Zoopla First-time buyers were the largest property buyer segment in the U.K. during 2018, and they could rank No. 1 again this year despite increasing affordability pressures, according to a ...
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    Peer-to-peer property lender, CapitalRise, is positive on London prime property despite challenging market conditions CapitalRise says London’s prime property market is in good shape in spite of challenging macroeconomic conditions. The peer-to-peer property lender, which specialises in prime property in London and the South East, said it had assessed over £1.88bn of deals over the ...
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    Second quarter’s 26,000 sales have totalled £8 billion as buyers take long-term view Scotland’s domestic property market has soared to an 11-year high ahead of Brexit, according to new research. Law firm Aberdein Considine’s quarterly Property Monitor recorded transactions worth more than £8 billion between January and June this year – the best since 2008 ...
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    Residential property transactions fell 8.5 per cent from June to July, down 12.5 per cent from last year’s figures Residential property transactions saw an 8.5 per cent fall from June to July, down 12.5 per cent from last year’s count. This equated to approximately 8,000 fewer completed house purchases during the month.