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Majority of homeowners plan green home improvements over next decade – Natwest

Nearly two thirds, 63 per cent, of UK homeowners are planning to upgrade their property ov...

  • Jul 06, 2022
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Landlords mixed over government rental reform

The majority of landlords, 79 per cent, said they had no plans to increases or decrease th...

  • Jul 04, 2022
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Proposed government rental reforms will lead to imbalances and anguish – Cox

June has been a month where the very future of the private rental sector (PRS) has been up...

  • Jul 01, 2022
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Crackdown set for holiday lets in England

Landlords with short-term or holiday lets, and anyone renting out a room through sites suc...

  • Jun 29, 2022
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The government’s mortgage market review is nothing to fear – Bamford

In times gone by, when a government-initiated review into the mortgage market was announce...

  • Jun 27, 2022
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Lack of scrutiny into Green Grant installations is government’s only failure – Star Letter 24/06/2022

Each week Mortgage Solutions and its sister title, Specialist Lending Solutions, pick the ...

  • Jun 24, 2022
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Government will ‘not intervene’ with unmortgageable Green Grant spray foam homes

The government has no plans to find a solution for people whose property values have decli...

  • Jun 22, 2022
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Majority of Britons agree gazumping should be banned – MFS

Over three quarters of home buyers are in favour of banning gazumping, although almost hal...

  • Jun 10, 2022
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Buy-to-let stamp duty rises by nearly £12,000 since government change

The average stamp duty payment for buy-to-let homes has increased to £13,801, which is up...

  • Jun 09, 2022
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Can brownfield new builds deliver the homes we need? – Woolf

As living costs continue to rise there has never been a greater need for attainable and se...

  • May 30, 2022
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