Monthly Archives: November 2014

1.5m Customers lose out on up to £110 due to defective meters

Energy UK, trade association for the energy industry, revealed on Wednesday that customers may have wrongly forfeited 25p each time they top-up, and although many customers have been overcharged far less, certain households could have lost out on £110 since … Continue reading

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Snap up your perfect property project at auction

You may feel it’s a little early to start thinking about your new year’s resolutions and we’d have to agree with you, unless, you’re setting your sights on becoming the next Sarah Beeny, then an opportunity could await you at … Continue reading

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Mortgage approvals fall by 16% on the previous year

Mortgage approvals continue to tumble month-on-month suggesting the Bank of England’s (BoE) crackdown on the lending sector is having a decidedly dampening effect on the housing market.

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Properties for sale in chilly Cheltenham

This week we are taking a peek at the properties for sale in Cheltenham.  Also known as Cheltenham Spa, it is a large spa town and borough in Gloucestershire, located on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is the home of … Continue reading

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Could bad DIY decrease the value of your home?

The latest news suggests that poor DIY can lower the sale price of a property by an average 11%, which equates at a loss of £30k on the average home, rising to over £60k in London.

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Inflation continues to increase in October while food prices drop

Consumer price inflation ratcheted up to 1.3 per cent during October, while the price of food, petrol, and plane tickets fell less than they did in October of last year – according to official figures.

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Net yields rise for buy-to-let landlords as the timescales to find a tenant falls

The cost of agreeing a new tenancy rose 3.7% over the past year with rental growth continuing to be driven by London and the East of England, according to Countrywide Residential Lettings, the UK’s largest lettings agency.

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Properties of the week – Sheffield

People who think of The Full Monty when they think of Sheffield, will be surprised to learn that it has the highest number of trees per head of population than any other city in Europe. With the Peak District on … Continue reading

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