If you have ever dreamed of living near the coast with breathtaking countryside on your doorstep, then it’s time to make that dream a reality.
Carmel Gate is a prestigious new development of exclusive apartments & duplexes, courtyard news houses, cottages, villas and a gatekeeper’s lodge, all set within secure, gated, landscaped grounds, in the prime residential area of Temple Fortune, North West London, NW11.
With news of the increasing number of complaints about letting agents to The Property Ombudsman Service, up 9% on the previous year, the pressure is on to provide a better service for the 3.8 million tenants in the private rental market.
Wales has topped the tables as a hotspot for buy to let investors with the highest rental yields in England and Wales.
A brace of apartments at Crest Nicholson’s Harbourside development in Bristol are being offered to investors with a guaranteed 12 month rental income.
Miller Homes West Midlands is celebrating after helping more than 300 first time buyers onto the property ladder in the last five years, freeing up space in parent’s homes across the region.
First-time buyer activity remained strong in March with the number of first-time buyers increasing by 20% according to data published by the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
Morris Homes is helping first-time buyers jump onto the property ladder with the arrival of its first apartment block and the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme at its popular Sedgley development.
Liverpool-based property maintenance provider D.E. Gregson & Son has been appointed for a refurbishment project at West Tower and is currently working on the building’s 106 apartments and communal areas.
Over 25 per cent of house hunters were happy to pay up to an extra £5000 for a property with features they considered aspirational according to the results of a new survey.
One in ten people who privately rent their home could be at risk from gas safety hazards, Shelter and British Gas warn today.
Gross mortgage lending of £4.2 billion across 33,500 mortgages was advanced to buy-to-let landlords in the first quarter of 2013, according to latest survey data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
The ‘green’ features offered by Countryside Properties at their development at The Thatchams in Priors Green, Takeley, Essex could help to dramatically reduce energy bills for buyers.
Thanks to modern design, materials and construction techniques, new homes are far more energy efficient today than they were just a decade ago – which means fewer harmful emissions and significant savings on fuel bills.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland is running a first-time buyer event from 12-4pm on Sunday 12 May at its Fordell Lea development in Dunfermline - offering first-time buyers the opportunity to take advantage of a superb combination of incentives that are designed to get them on the move to a new home.
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