Monthly Archives: December 2013

Cracking Christmas Recipes

Today we are focused on food. In any home during the festive season the kitchen comes alive with activity and delicious smells of homemade food, little hands baking and the flour that seems to get everywhere. Whether you’re a sprout … Continue reading

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Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly

Deck The Halls With Boughs of Holly.  Each year thousands of people choose to decorate the exterior of their homes in order to share the festive spirit. A wide selection of themes and lights are displayed on streets creating lit … Continue reading

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Festive Traditions

Here at Propertywide we are sure that each and everyone one of us celebrates the Festive Season in our own unique way, some quirky, some very traditional and most of us will have a strict routine when it comes to … Continue reading

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Interest rates must remain low says BoE governor

Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, has called for his successor to keep interest rates low in the UK, arguing that it is essential to the economic growth and revitalization of the banking sector in the future.

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UK output to exceed peak levels by 2014

Britain’s economic output will reach pre-recession levels as early as 2014, the British Chambers of Commerce has said.

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Earnings rise slower than inflation

The average income of someone living in the UK has increased at a rate lower than inflation for the fifth consecutive year, the Office for National Statistics has identified.

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Property prices rise for 10th straight month

House prices have risen for the 10th straight month in a row, taking the annual increase to 7.7%, the Halifax has identified. Over the course of the past month, property prices have increased by 1.1%, with the average UK house … Continue reading

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Rising housing expenditure to squeeze households

Rising energy prices combined with housing payments has meant that the majority of working class households are now spending the a large portion of their salary on housing costs, the Office for National Statistics has disclosed.

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