Latest mortgage news - Home Movers


04 Jan 2021

Wealthy home movers boost value of agreed sales by 26pc for 2020

Strong demand from affluent home movers has boosted the total value of sales agreed by 26% in 2020 compared to the previous year.

28 Dec 2020

Stamp duty holiday extension not being considered by government

The government is not considering a stamp duty holiday extension after calls for more time following the latest Coronavirus Tier 4 rules.

14 Dec 2020

Asking prices for property expected to rise 4pc in 2021

Rightmove has forecast average asking prices rising 4% across the UK in 2021 as people place housing ahead of economic uncertainty.

04 Dec 2020

Fewer homeowners think their property has increased in value for November

For the month of November a survey from Halifax showed 14% of households believe the value of their homes has increased.

01 Dec 2020

Slowing demand for housing remains third higher than a year ago

Demand for housing is a third higher than a year ago although it has been slowing since the start of the stamp duty holiday.

20 Nov 2020

Top 20 fastest selling locations when buying UK properties

It helps sellers and buyers if properties can sell fast and here are the results from Zoopla of the top 20 fastest selling UK homes.

17 Nov 2020

New sellers price keenly to beat stamp duty holiday deadline

Lockdown demand remains high with new sellers pricing keenly to complete before the stamp duty holiday which ends next March.

21 Oct 2020

Mortgage rates rise as number of deals fall with cautious lenders

Mortgages numbers have halved in the last three months and rates are higher as cautious lenders prepare for the end of the furlough scheme.

09 Oct 2020

Northern Ireland revealed as the happiest region to live in Britain

The happiest place in Britain is Northern Ireland overtaking the South West with London remaining as the unhappiest place to live.

05 Oct 2020

Home movers revealed as the housing market 2021 driving force

First time buyers have been the driving force behind the housing market and this is shifting to home movers due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

29 Sep 2020

New buyers entering the market supports rising house prices

Demand for property from new buyers entering the market has maintained pressure on house prices rising 2.6% for the year.

24 Sep 2020

Large homes reach record prices with high buyer demand

Second steppers looking for larger homes are driving the price of three and four bedroom properties to new record high prices.

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