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Over the past year just 1200 properties per month sold across England and Wales priced £1 million or more. Unsurprisingly nearly 60% of these were in the capital, a further 21% in the South East. Just one in every nine is a new build. The top 25 most expensive sales of 2019 have all been in the capital, the most expensive a £46 million, detached period property in Upper...
After a night of drama Boris Johnson has returned to Number 10 with the largest Conservative majority since Margaret Thatcher in 1987. The markets reacted positively to the news, the value of Sterling rising against both the US$ and hitting its highest level since July 2016 against the Euro. On the stock market the FTSE 100 share index rose 1.8%, while the FTSE 250, which includes more...
‘Garage’, ‘Garden’ and ‘Parking’ have proved the top three most searched-for property terms for house hunters on Zoopla’s property portal, over the past 12 months. ‘Garage’ took top spot in all regions except London, where ‘Freehold’ featured in the top three instead. ‘Help-to-buy’ also featured in the...
A review of selected market indicators since the UK’s referendum on EU membership, show that house prices across England and Wales have risen by 10%. A buyer now requires over £22,000 more to purchase now than they did back in June 2016. Double digit growth is evident in half of all regions across England and Wales. In contrast, price growth across London has been just 1.4%....
84% of all new build properties sold across England and Wales in 2019 to date sold with the highest energy rating of A/B, the figure for re-sale properties is just 7%. However, re-sale properties sold in 2019 with an A/B rating have attracted a 8.6% price premium, the equivalent to £24,000 compared to those sold with the average UK energy rating of D. Installing a new boiler,...

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