The current property market is seeing a surge in activity with many reporting it as “frenzied” or “turbo-charged” -- a seller’s market. But what does that mean if you are trying to buy or sell a home now? We explain what to consider and offer you our top tips to help you navigate the property market now..
Read our take on the latest developments of interest to homeowners and aspiring homeowners, with contributions from our staff, supporters and guest contributions.
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
The housing market has remained open in this lockdown — and with demand for properties high, it’s definitely a seller’s market. But while restrictions are starting to lift, hosting a virtual viewing is still a great way to market your home in the pandemic. But a lot can go wrong, too — so we’ve asked the online estate agents Strike for their top tips.
From rustic inspiration to greener surroundings, 'Next' home share the UK's most googled home decor themes to give you their top three interior design trends in 2021.
Now more than ever there are huge incentives to keeping your home purchase or sale on track. Thanks to the pandemic, more property transactions are collapsing and the associated costs are even greater this year. You’ll need to complete by the end of June to get the full benefit of the stamp duty holiday. 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?
More money announced to fix cladding crisis, but burden on homeowners will last years as they are saddled with loans.