South East Property
Taking place from 16th May, the Home Builder’s Federation (HBF) is running New Homes Week working with many of the UKs leading developers to highlight the advantages of buying new.
Downsizing was cited as the single most popular factor for moving in recent research by Lloyds Bank, with nearly half of home movers in the UK planning to downsize in the next three years.
Property-seekers are being offered a rare opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of a Taylor Wimpey new homes development during a special event taking place this weekend.
A regional housebuilder is expecting high levels of interest in new homes being released for sale at a popular development in Andover.
Research from Experian has revealed a new type of property hunter: the ‘Rurbanite’ - those who are in search of a rural idyll, while maintaining the urban lifestyle in a town with great amenities and transport hubs.
Better job prospects, rising wages and a more stable economy is set to drive a five year wave of activity in house sales and a surge in house price growth, especially in South Oxfordshire.
Hampshire home-hunters are being urged to hurry if they hope to snap up the last remaining apartment at Taylor Wimpey’s in-demand Alver Village development in Gosport.
Gardening has often been described as the doctor’s ‘remedy’ for health and happiness, and with the warmer weather just around the corner, why not bring the outside in this summer?
Discerning homebuyers searching for a new luxury home in Winnersh gave Bellway’s superb new development Oakwood Grange their seal of approval last weekend by snapping up all the three bedroom homes leaving only 15 four and five bedroom homes available to buy.
Charles Church South East has submitted its planning application to build 180 homes on the edge of Cranbrook, sparking a period of public consultation on a scheme which the developer describes as ‘positive for the area’.
Nearly half of those thinking of moving home over the next three years plan to downsize, as they try to release the wealth locked up in their homes, according to a new study by Lloyds Bank.
Homes in market towns are continuing to command a premium over neighbouring areas according to the latest research from Lloyds Banking Group revealing that living in a market town can see house prices rise 11% higher than their county average.
Property-seekers in Buckinghamshire now have even more opportunities to discover their dream home following the launch of three fabulous new showhomes at Taylor Wimpey’s Pine Trees in High Wycombe.
Despite being enjoyable to look at, research has shown that views are so much more than a ‘pretty face’. Scientists have discovered that people feel healthier when they live and look out over scenic areas.
As The Coppice in Maidstone blossoms into a lovely neighbourhood, buyers are being urged not to let the grass grow under their feet.
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