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News Archive for 2018

Lack Of Supply Impacting On UK House Prices

January is often a slow and miserable month for many people. The after-effects of the festive period leaves many of us beginning the New Year looking to improve our health and our finances. With the weather being mainly grim as well, it is easy to see why most people look to get through the opening month of the year and then start afresh in February. However, according to figures provided by Nationwide, the UK property market was ...

Would First Dibs Policy Help Buyers In London?

There is no denying that many people are unhappy with aspects of the London property market. There is a sizable volume of people who cannot afford to buy property in London, and this group of people want prices to fall or more assistance to be provided to them to help them buy a home. There are also people who are concerned about London house prices falling and what this would mean to them.

You'll also find that many people are ...

Selling Your Home? Know What Buyers Need To Find

If you are planning on selling your home, there are many things that you can do to improve your chances of a quick and efficient sale. Calling on the services of an experienced local estate agent makes sense and at Unico Property Group, we are always happy to help. However, if you are looking to promote your home in the most effective manner, you need to know what buyers are looking for and how you can appeal to them. This guide will help ...

What is the acceptable deposit for tenants in London?

Buying property is expensive and there is a considerable amount of focus on the initial costs of buying a house. Many prospective first-time buyers have been boosted by the removal of stamp duty costs when the property costs less than £300,000 but of course, this is not too helpful for buyers in London. The cost of deposit is a major factor to consider when buying property but thankfully there is a growing range of support systems ...

London Landlord Jailed For Illegal Letting

Acting as a landlord can be highly lucrative but there are also many risks and challenges to face in the rental sector. Many new landlords have been left surprised at the volume of administrative tasks they have to complete and with the number of regulatory issues that they must comply with. There is an increasing number of penalties and punishments that may be imposed on landlords who fail to comply with industry standards, but there are ...

Did East London Dominate Home Sales In 2017?

The changing nature of the East End of London would lead many people to believe that this part of London was thriving. With many parts of the West of the capital being classed as overpriced, with the market faltering, it stands to reason that the East is the area that is on the rise, and this feeling has been corroborated by research undertaken by Dexters and Stirling Ackroyd New Homes. The study shows that when it comes to sales of new ...

Lack Of Supply Impacting UK House Prices

January is often a slow and miserable month for many people. The after-effects of the festive period leaves many of us beginning the New Year looking to improve our health and our finances. With the weather being mainly grim as well, it is easy to see why most people look to get through the opening month of the year and then start afresh in February. However, according to figures provided by Nationwide, the UK property market was ...

Would First Dibs Policy Help Buyers In London?

There is no denying that many people are unhappy with aspects of the London property market. There is a sizable volume of people who cannot afford to buy property in London, and this group of people want prices to fall or more assistance to be provided to them to help them buy a home. There are also people who are concerned about London house prices falling and what this would mean to them.

You'll also find that many people are ...

London: First Time Buyer Hotspots

While there is a lot of doom and gloom when it comes to property market predictions for 2018, there are some causes for optimism. This is definitely the case for first time buyers. There is hope that the removal of stamp duty and the reduction in stamp duty for purchases of up to £500,000 will galvanise more first time buyers into getting onto the property ladder. There has also been a greater level of interest in the Help To Buy ...