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Panic over as vendors sell their £2m homes after general election

What a difference a month makes in the housing market. Owners of £2m homes were panic stricken prior to the election at the thought of a Labour government coming to power and what that could mean to the value of their homes.

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Help To Buy: 47,000 New Homeowners Use Scheme

Help To Buy Scheme Assists 47,000 Borrowers Over Last Two Years

The government will claim that the Help To Buy scheme has been a resounding success and many would find it difficult to argue with them. People who would have struggled to get on the housing ladder

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Tenant Evictions At Record Levels So Far In 2015

Number Of Evictions Increases For Tenants Across Britain

A report issued today shows hat the number of evictions across the UK has risen in the first quarter of 2015 to it's highest levels in six years. The evictions are mainly for Uk private and council tenants who are unable to pay their rent.

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London Buyers Rush Back Into Property Market

London Housing Market Sees Boost At Surprise Tory Vicyory

As the news filtered through that the Conservative government were going to be elected with a majoriy the governent phomes were ringing in many of London's estate agents. Up until now may buyers have been dragging their heels

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Stamp duty reforms brings influx of new buyers in December

According to the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) the number of buyers that registered with estate agents in December was the highest in 10 years. According to figures released the average estate agent registered 360 new applicants.

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First time buyers spending nine times annual salary on home in London

Londoners have been out in force during 2014 with the Halifax reporting that the number of first time buyers had increased to levels not seen since 2007. The number of first buyers that bought a home rose to 326,000 but they were forced to pay nine times their annual salaries to secure a home in London

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