As the Queen's Speech and the government sets out its agenda for the year ahead, we look at the impact on homeowners
As we start the 2021/2022 tax year, here’s what it means homeowners and homebuyers.
HM Land Registry's new Digital Identity Standard will mean that buyers will be able to use their mobile phone to prove their identity when purchasing a property. New research by HomeOwners Alliance shows that this move will be popular with homeowners along with other tech improvements
Keeping your property purchase on track is no mean feat. The pandemic hasn't helped and despite lifting restrictions the current "pingdemic" could still delay your plans. Here are our top tips for buyers, sellers and those stuck in a chain.
There is much to be said about the growing popularity of online property auctions, especially at a time when transactions are taking longer and over 300,000 purchases fell through last year. But is it all it's cracked up to be? Richard Copus explains why buyers and sellers need to tread with caution...
Chancellor Rishi Sunak gave his highly-anticipated Budget this week which included major announcements that will affect homeowners and home movers. Here’s what you need to know…
We are a step closer to the arrival of the New Homes Ombudsman, but are we moving in the right direction?
Our expert Russell Quirk asks if unrealistic estate agency valuations are contributing to the industry's bad reputation.
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.
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.