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The latest press releases from the HomeOwners Alliance:
April 18, 2015
New data released reveals that homeowners in the UK could be inadvertently letting rogue tradesmen into their homes by failing to conduct the right checks.
March 30, 2015
With an election a matter of weeks away, our 2015 Homeowner Survey, sponsored by BLP Insurance, myhomemove and Trustmark, asked the UK public which of the major housing policies touted by political parties they support.
March 23, 2015
Every year our nationwide survey asks how people feel about their most obsessed about possession – their homes. The Homeowners Survey 2015, polled by YouGov, gives a state of the nation report on the biggest concerns and latest trends affecting homeowners and those aspiring to own. Here are the results.
March 19, 2015
The overwhelming majority of UK adults say that the difficulty in getting mortgages is a serious problem. The 2015 Homeowner Survey looks at those hardest hit...
March 18, 2015
New Help to Buy ISA is great news for first time buyers to help them get on the property ladder. But Government continues to cash in on rising house prices as stamp duty receipts double.
June 8, 2014
Younger homeowners are resorting to desperate measures to realise the dream of buying their home. Seven in ten homeowners aged 25-34 have relied on finance options that include: longer term mortgages of over 25 years, the bank of Mum and Dad, low interest mortgages, small deposits, interest-only mortgages and government schemes such as Help to Buy.
May 23, 2014
More than one in three UK homeowners fear they will find it more difficult to afford payments on their mortgage or other debts if interest rates start to rise
May 12, 2014
April 7, 2014
Despite talk about the London bubble, worries about high house prices and the shortage of housing has become a national issue.
December 2, 2013
The government should cut stamp duty for homeowners by increasing it for property speculators, buy-to-let landlords and second home buyers, according to a HomeOwners Alliance proposal put to the Chancellor ahead of the Autumn statement. This would in effect create a new “property speculation tax.”
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