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Blog – January 2021

26Jan Average Price for a London House Goes Above £500,000

Average Price for a London House Goes Above £500,000

Since November 2020 the UK real estate market saw many records broken. We can add one more to the list. The official figures show that the average price for property in London went above £500,000. Furthermore, the Office of National [...]

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18Jan New Extension on Eviction Ban in the UK

New Extension on Eviction Ban in the UK

Tenants all around the UK can be safe with the knowledge that the government announced an extension to the eviction ban. More precisely the new ban will last six weeks, until 21st February 2021. The aim is to give tenants [...]

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11Jan UK Approval for Mortgages Highest in 13 Years

UK Approval for Mortgages Highest in 13 Years

The approval rates for mortgages in the UK rose to a record high, last seen 13 years ago. There are a couple of factors that helped increase the activity in the real estate market. The most important is the stamp [...]

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4Jan What Happened to the UK Housing Market in 2020?

What Happened to the UK Housing Market in 2020?

The year 2020 will forever stay embedded in our collective memory. We experienced a pandemic, economical upheavals, and the end of Brexit negotiations. Thankfully the year is behind us and new opportunities are on the horizon. The real estate market [...]

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9Aug Ways to avoid gazumping with your property sale or purchase

Ways to avoid gazumping with your property sale or purchase

With the property market heating up, gazumping is becoming all too common as demand outstrips supply. In this article, we explain what gazumping is, and – most importantly – how to avoid it.   What is gazumping? Gazumping is when a seller accepts a higher offer from another buyer after having already accepted one. Between accepting an offer […]

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