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5th Sep 2013
Property market may be improving finds new study
  Britons believe that mortgages are at their easiest to come by for at least five years, research by building societies has found. Two-fifths (42 per cent) still...
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28th May 2013
House prices rising at fastest rate since 2007
  House prices in England and Wales are growing at their fastest rate in six years, research suggested today. The increase for May was estimated at 0.4pc by...
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8th Jan 2013
UK house prices: 2013 property market forecast
 Doom-mongers warn that 2013 could be an unlucky year. An asteroid is expected to whizz near the Earth in February, and the Mayan apocalypse prophecy that didn’t...
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11th Dec 2012
House sellers cut prices to get property market moving
  Overall, house prices drifted lower in October, with a 0.1pc fall for the third month in a row, despite a slight increase in the number of new buyers registering...
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13th Sep 2012
First-time buyers face 10-year wait
  Nearly half of prospective first-time buyers think it will take them 10 years to save for a deposit, new research has shown. 'The sheer size of the deposit is...
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30th Aug 2012
UK's biggest housebuilder sells just 220 homes under Government's 'affordable' scheme
  The NewBuy Guarentee scheme was launched in March by the Government to help 100,000 people buy their “dream home”. Under the scheme, would-be buyers are...
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9th Aug 2012
NatWest sparks price war with record five year mortgage
  NatWest has set a new record for the lowest-ever five year fixed mortgage, indicating a 'race to the bottom' amongst lenders competing for desirable customers. The...
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1st Aug 2012
Hornets, broken boilers and the hard grind behind your holiday
Source: Telegraph 1/8/12 Ever taken a holiday in France? I wonder if you realise how much effort goes into making sure your stay is enjoyable, or the extremes that caretakers...
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3rd Jul 2012
England's worst areas for house repossession revealed
  The 2011/12 figures on mortgage possession claims, the first step in the process of repossession, show that Barking and Dagenham in London has the worst rate of...
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7th Jun 2012
Introducing The Lansdowne Place Suites - NEW!!
  The Lansdowne Place Suite is fully equipped serviced apartment in Hove, offering the best of luxury hotel accommodation including room service combined...
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21st May 2012
Mortgage rate misery for one million borrowers
  More than a million home owners will see the cost of their mortgage payments increase from Tuesday   The majority of those affected are Halifax customers,...
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17th May 2012
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14th Mar 2012
New Additions to our Brighton Serviced Apartments
  Whether you’re looking for something small, or something a little larger, we have the perfect serviced accommodation/apartment for you. From new developments...
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6th Mar 2012
Accidental landlords return as home owners struggle to sell their homes
  Increasing numbers of home owners who cannot sell their properties are becoming "accidental landlords". Accidental landlords return as home owners struggle...
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22nd Feb 2012
Rising number of landlords making a loss on their buy-to-let property
  Rents may have risen in the private sector over the last year, but professional landlords are feeling the pinch. By Paul Farrow The latest findings from the BDRC...
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9th Feb 2012
Homeowners cut sale prices by record amount
  Homeowners are being forced to cut the sale price of their houses by record amounts in order to attract buyers, new figures show.   House prices have been...
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1st Feb 2012
Expats miss Britain's countryside even more than its sense of humour
  The British countryside is the thing most expats miss about home - followed by the country's sense of humour and pubs, a new survey claims. By Richard Alleyne Those...
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23rd Jan 2012
Put your house in good order for 2012
Ring out the old with these 10 simple steps to domestic bliss. Stepping up: to get the New Year off to a good start, catch up with odd jobs around the home and put everything...
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13th Jan 2012
Brighton is the happiest place to live in the UK, according to a survey.
A poll found almost 94% of people living in East Sussex seaside have a happy home. Belfast came bottom of the list, with 70% of people living there saying they were happy. Cardiff...
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3rd Jan 2012
Quarter of Londoners planning to escape Olympics
More than a quarter of Londoners are planning to leave the city during the Olympics next year with one in 20 expecting to rent out rooms or homes to cash in on the Games....
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5th Dec 2011
Top 10 up-and-coming property hot spots
We search the country for the top 10 up-and-coming property hot spots, including Folkestone, Cambridge and Newport.   Folkestone offers all the  fun of a seaside...
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14th Nov 2011
Expats struggle to buy property back in Britain
House-hunting expats looking for a mortgage with a British lender will now find their options severely restricted Expats are finding it increasingly difficult to find a...
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7th Nov 2011
Expat guide to India: schools
Grand scale: the International School in Bangalore is set in 120 acres, and prides itself on providing strong pastoral care in a 'five-star resort’ for pupils aged...
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1st Nov 2011
Landlords are laughing all the way to the bank
Record rents mean that buy-to-let landlords are laughing all the way to the bank.   Lodging grievances: despite Government plans to make house buying easier, rents...
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25th Oct 2011
More expats cancelling plans to return to Britain
Britain’s grim economic outlook and the summer’s riots may have contributed to putting more than 800,000 expats off returning to their home country this year....
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3rd Oct 2011
Expat rates: difficult times mean habits of savers are a-changing
Expatriate savers want certainty, and at the moment that means fixed rates, particularly short-term ones.   Playing it safe: savers are reluctant to lock up their...
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26th Sep 2011
Expats jump on London property bandwagon
As foreign investors continue to snap up properties in London, more expats are starting to follow suit.   Many expats see London property as a safe investment  By...
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13th Sep 2011
Britain has too few homes for sale
Our shortage of housing is good for rich foreigners and buy-to-let landlords, but bad for young adults – and even their parents.   More and more people are...
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1st Sep 2011
Buying a house is cheaper than renting for first-time buyers
Low interest rates and falling property prices mean that buying a house or flat is over £100 a month cheaper for first-time buyers than renting a property is. Buying...
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23rd Aug 2011
10 tips for your room at university
10 fail-safe tips to help your children settle in seamlessly at university from Rosie Millard.   Rosie advises that freshers should buy themselves a big teapot and...
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2nd Aug 2011
Overseas property purchases affected by poor exchange rates
People buying homes overseas could be losing thousands of pounds as a result of poor exchange rates, a new report shows. A fair exchange? Around 130,000 overseas properties...
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26th Jul 2011
Top tips for buying a second home abroad
We look at five top tips for you to remember when trying to buy a second home abroad. Use an independent lawyer, and don’t scrimp on the cost; you need your legal...
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15th Jul 2011
One in three property purchases collapse
Nearly a third of all property purchases are falling through, costing prospective home owners thousands of pounds.     By Rosie Murray-West Figures from 1st...
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28th Jun 2011
An expat's journey into devastated Japan
Three months after the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, expat David Baresch paid a visit to one of the worst-hit areas.    The train headed towards the disaster-hit...
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17th Jun 2011
Removal company helps expats give unwanted goods to charity
An international household goods removal company has teamed up with the British Red Cross to help people moving to new countries donate their unwanted possessions.   By...
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13th Jun 2011
Lodging: What you need to know
We share the websites and information you need to take in a lodger  The government's Rent a Room initiative allows you to let out a room or a larger part of your...
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8th Jun 2011
West Country Special: Holiday letting
With house prices in seaside towns rising dramatically and good rental income almost guaranteed, buying a holiday home is an increasingly popular way to make money, says...
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2nd Jun 2011
Charleston: the Bloomsbury Group's favourite house
An ambitious but sensitive redevelopment project is set to begin at Charleston, the Bloomsbury Group’s country retreat in East Sussex Virginia Woolf wandered its...
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20th May 2011
Top 10 places to buy in the UK
With signs of recovery in the property market, now is the time to invest. Graham Norwood suggests the 10 best places to buy in the UK     1 Kent This is an...
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9th May 2011
House prices fall at fastest rate in 18 months
House prices fell at their fastest annual rate for 18 months during April as weak consumer confidence caused potential buyers to stay away from the property market.   The...
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14th Apr 2011
Considering letting your property short term?
SHORT TERM LETS Considering short letting your property?  We have a number of corporate clients who need good quality one and two bed apartments.  We manage...
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28th Mar 2011
Announcing New Serviced Apartments
We have great pleasure in introducing two new quality serviced apartments to our portfolio, two bedrooms, one sea front  and one station location coming this week!  For...
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21st Mar 2011
Brighton in the spotlight
With a new film of a Graham Greene classic in cinemas, Philip Reynolds goes on location  To betray any association with Brighton usually elicits a reaction, often a...
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14th Mar 2011
Serviced Apartments - Run down period property? Or handpicked pied-a-terre?
Our serviced accommodation is specially selected by us.  Be it a large five bedroom house with conference facilities, a new development or traditional coach house, our...
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3rd Mar 2011
Home Finders Service at a fixed fee!
On the run?   We understand how difficult it can be to find time for even the most important events in our lives.  Our Home Finders service offers you the kind...
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1st Mar 2011
Foreigner buyers snap up posh London homes
The number of different types of wealthy foreigners buying top end homes in London has hit a record high, according to new research.   By Myra Butterworth, A total...
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21st Feb 2011
'Surprising' amount of British students studying overseas
Britain sends a higher percentage of students to foreign universities than many other countries which could be considered its peers, it has been claimed.   Around...
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9th Feb 2011
Top tips for a successful expat assignment
Marcia De Wolf, author of a new book on getting the most from expat assignments, gives her top ten tips for families making a move abroad. It is important that families...
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31st Jan 2011
Is now a good time to buy property?
House prices are expected to fall further in 2011, and mortgage lending is expected to be at its lowest level for 30 years, but a survey out today suggests two thirds of...
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11th Jan 2011
Buying property in Brighton
If you take films literally, you might be disappointed in the remake of Brighton Rock. Not only is Graham Greene’s 1938 classic updated to the Sixties, with Mods and...
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4th Jan 2011
UAE expats 'can work up to 65' under new rules
The Ministry of Labour in the UAE is offering an extension to the existing work visa, beyond the age of 60.   Part of the widespread changes in the country's...
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4th Jan 2011
Mortgage approvals rise for first time since April
The number of mortgages approved for house purchase rose in November for the first time since April, according to figures from the Bank of England.   The number of...
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8th Dec 2010
Buyers could face double squeeze as house prices fall again
Home buyers could face a double squeeze of lessening supply and being unable to get a mortgage in coming months, as Nationwide said house prices fell for a fourth month...
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9th Nov 2010
Housing market falls further as first time buyers shut out
Banks and building societies inability to offer affordable mortgages to people trying to get on the property ladder was causing the housing market to slide substantially,...
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1st Nov 2010
UK house price show first year-on-year fall
UK house price show first year-on-year fall House prices in England and Wales dipped 0.1pc in October from a year earlier, giving the first year-on-year fall...
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28th Sep 2010
CML Certificates on Residential Conversions
With mortgage providers tightening their lending criteria and some insurance companies withdrawing their warranties from the market (eg Zurich) developers need to ensure...
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28th Sep 2010
New Project
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18th Aug 2010
New Serviced Apartment
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5th Jul 2010
Common Law Requirements Vs Housing Act Requirements
It has recently come to light that landlords may be having problems evicting tenants who pay rental in advance.  It is essential under statute (Housing Act 1988...
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