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London’s largest first time buyer event celebrates 10th show

London’s largest first time buyer event celebrates 10th show

Over 4,000 visitors are expected to attend the tenth London Home Show, the capital’s largest event for first time buyers, on Saturday 3rd March 2018.

Fifth anniversary Help to Buy events hold key to more interest free payments

Five star housebuilder Barratt Homes is hosting an open weekend at its developments in the south west to showcase how homeowners who bought with Help to Buy five years ago can now move up the housing ladder and benefit from the scheme once again.

Bellway brings back popular pre-release Help to Buy event

Helping more first-time buyers get their foot on the property ladder, Bellway Homes is giving house hunters the chance to secure a brand-new home before they go on general release at their upcoming Help to Buy event.

Helping hand for customers saving for first home

Building society the West Brom has signalled its commitment to supporting first time buyers with the addition of a Help to Buy: ISA to its range of savings accounts.

Predicted Buy-to-Let Investment Hotspots for 2018

No-one invests in property for the fun of it. Every landlord chooses to rent out property in the hope of making money, whether that is through rental yields or capital growth.

Can garden villages help improve the UK’s housing crisis?

The state of the UK’s housing sector is a point of contention for everyone, from people in government to members of the public.

Top property hotspots revealed in the Selling Points Index 2018

Top property hotspots revealed in the Selling Points Index 2018

The Selling Points Index 2018 has unveiled what cities are the most desirable for buyers and offer the best conditions for sellers to get a good price.

How climate change is changing architectural design

Generally, our population is now living longer, and as climate change threatens the existence of our planet, we’ve come to realise that it is time to carefully consider the future.

Top tips when designing your own commercial building

Of course, you know you won’t really be designing your own commercial building because you are not an architect or industrial designer, but you can have a say in what you want to incorporate into your design.

Does the budget go far enough for social housing?

While housing has been high on the political agenda recently, and significant focus was given to it at this week’s budget, specialist lawyers ask whether the new measures go far enough, particularly with regards to affordable housing.

London still top business location for start-ups and SME’s

New research by London Executive Offices (LEO) has found that 64% of business executives would chose London as their desired business location.

3 unusual uses for steel buildings

For business owners, there are many different uses for steel buildings, which just shows how flexible they are as a building structure.

The long-term cost of owning your own home - is it worth it?

Buying a property in today’s market isn’t easy; especially if you’re looking to buy in a popular city location.

Closing the Loop: Hopwood House launch online end game service for buy-to-let landlords

Manchester, UK: Hopwood House are delighted to launch a brand new online service to connect property investors restructuring or turning away from active investing with other property investors seeking new opportunities to expand upon existing portfolios.

Parents pay £41,000 premium to live near top schools

Parents in Scotland need to pay an average of £41,441 more to live in the catchment area of a top performing state secondary school, according to new research from Bank of Scotland.