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House prices could rise by 8 percent next year says Rightmove

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Number of new properties failing to keep pace with transactions, with prices in London expected to rise by another 6%

Housebuilders boost UK construction sector output by 2 percent

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Revised ONS figures reveal builders improved sector in December with help from rising house prices and loan schemes

House prices rising at fastest annual rate since 2007 Halifax reports

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Improving consumer confidence and continued access to cheap mortgage deals take average UK price to £179,872

The Council of Mortgage Lenders

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Data shows 11,000 mortgages worth 85% of property\\\'s value were approved in February, the most since April 2008

Britains housing market shows no sign of cooling down says Nationwide

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Average price of a home in February is 9.4% higher than a year earlier, according to the latest figures from building society

Housing starts up by 23 percent in 2013

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Construction began on 122,590 new homes in England in 2013, still less than half the figure needed to meet demand

Mortgage approvals hit six-year high

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

BBA figures show banks approved 46,521 house purchases in December – a 42.1% rise on a year earlier

Government schemes not addressing real housing problem

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

The Government last week revealed that more than 100,000 people (112,000 to be precise) have bought or reserved a home under schemes such as Right to Buy, Help to Buy or shared ownership.

Number of first-time buyers taking out mortgages up by 38 percent

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Figure highest since 2008 as initiatives such as Help to Buy increase access – but experts warn of housing bubble

Help to Buy helps almost 13000 homebuyers

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Government figures for the equity loan part of the scheme seen as a boost to both homebuyers and builders

Rise in loans to first-time buyers adds to fears of spiralling house prices

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

First-time buyers took out 27,000 mortgages in November 2013, 24% more than in same month in 2012

House prices rise by close to 7 percent

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Average home now costs £171,991, boosted by the government\\\\\'s Help to Buy scheme, says Halifax

UK house prices up 10 percent in year to July says Halifax

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Average house price now stands at £186,000, boosted by a 3.6% rise between May and July, the biggest annual growth since the start of the financial crisis in 2007, according to the Halifax.

Brick shortage threatens construction sectors recovery hopes

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Industry survey highlights scarcity of materials as leading impediment to growth as ONS estimates sector\\'s output fell 4% in November

House prices to rise by 8 percent in 2014 says Halifax

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Lender predicts another year of growth at the current rate, but denies this will result in a bubble. House prices will end 2014 between 4% and 8% higher than they start the year, but it is "too early to talk of a housing bubble", the UK\\'s largest lender has said.

Help to Buy scheme has been brought forward

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

David Cameron has announced stage two of mortgage scheme will be launched within days, three months ahead of schedule

UK property taxes highest in developed world says thinktank

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Policy Exchange calls for at least one new \\'garden city\\' and changes to planning rules to deliver 300,000 houses a year

House prices up across the UK says ONS

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

London and the south-east drive average annual growth to 5.3%, official figures show, with first-time buyers paying 6.4% more than in 2012

Chancellor urged to review Stamp Duty in Budget

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Nationwide Building Society has made a number of pleas to the Chancellor to review certain financial issues ahead of this year\\'s Budget.

Mortgage approvals a third higher in November than last year

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

British Bankers\\\' Association figures show 37% jump in home loan borrowing, but business lending remains depressed

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