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Weekly Update #9

August 3, 2018
This week, we’re looking at the impact Stamp Duty cuts and shared ownership schemes have on first-time buyers, Connells’ strong performance despite a drop in sales, the importance of insuring straight after exchange, “mortgage prisoners” being offered a better deal, and how the average price of a London flat has hit £2,000.

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Weekly Update #8

July 27, 2018
In this week’s post, we’ll be discussing how transactions have dropped by nearly 9% in the last year, how more women are practicing as solicitors, the costly effect of “down valuations” for buyers, SRA’s Risk Outlook 2018/19, the Law Commission’s radical proposals, and more.

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Weekly Update #7

July 20, 2018
This week, we’re looking at the best time to sell a property, how the Midlands has recorded the highest rate of annual growth, how much research homeowners put into mortgage offers, a new digital assistant called ‘Tili’ and the impact the buy-to-let crackdown is having on both first-time buyers and landlords.

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Weekly Update #6

July 13, 2018
In this week’s post, we’re looking at the new Housing Minister, how millennials are dependent on inheritance to buy property, whether the Bank of England should freeze house price growth, the landlord EPC deadline and Purplebricks’ losses.

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Weekly Update #5

06/07/2018
This week, we’re looking at mandatory 3-month tenancy agreements, how Londoners are saving money on their property by helping to build them, HMLR under scrutiny, Exeter’s booming property market and how estate agents could gain inspiration from Amazon and Uber.

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Weekly Update #4

29/06/2018
In this week’s post, we’ll be looking at whether it’s becoming more plausible to live by the seaside, a petition to scrap ‘no-fault evictions’, a landlord who’s been fined for renting out his shed, and how single first-time buyers could be saving for up to 17 years just for a deposit.

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