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How To Boost Your Chances Of Securing Finance

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If you are considering supplementing your income with rent from a second or third property, here are some tips to boost your chances of securing the property finance you need.

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House Prices Continue To Rise Due To Increased Demand

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The average price of a property coming to market has increased by 0.8 per cent over the past month.

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House Prices See Slight Fall in January

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The average UK house prices dipped slightly in January, according to new data from Halifax.

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London’s Prime Lettings Market Makes Strong Start To 2021

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Lettings in the prime central London area have risen sharply in January 2021, compared to the same time last year.

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House Prices May Fall By 5 Per Cent In 2021

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Industry experts have warned that house prices could fall in 2021 by between two to five per cent.

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‘Think Like A Lender’ To Boost Your Chances Of Finding Finance

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If you’re looking for property development finance, you could find that your chances of securing a loan are improved if you start thinking like a lender rather than a borrower.

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Housing Market Remains Open During Lockdown

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Despite the second national lockdown, the housing market is to stay open, the housing secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed.

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London Most Attractive Area For Homeowners

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A study of the top 20 UK mortgage hotspots has revealed that London leads the areas with the highest value of mortgage lending in the UK.

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Country Escapes Still Proving Popular For Househunters

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Property developers wondering where to focus their efforts in the future may want to look to the countryside and more rural areas around the UK.

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House Prices Predicted To Fall In 2021

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According to the Hamptons International Housing Market report, house prices are predicted to rise by an overall 2 per cent by the end of 2020

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