32% of second steppers rely on bank of Mum and Dad
The latest data from Lloyds has revealed that nearly a third (32%) of second steppers believe they will still rely on financial help from family and friends to move up the property ladder despite improved conditions for homeowners. According to the ...continue reading
How much extra are Brits prepared to pay for their own garden?
A new survey, interviewing 2,000 gardening mad Brits, has revealed that we would be prepared to pay an average of £35,000 on top of a property value if it had a garden or outdoor space. According to the data, city dwelling Londoners hanker f...continue reading
One in five rely on the Bank of Mum and Dad for home improvements after purchase
Research from home service provider, plentific.com, has revealed that the Bank of Mum and Dad doesn't stop lending once the property has been purchased. One in five of us rely on the lender to finance our home improvements too. The research also fou...continue reading
What are the most sought after features of a modern UK home?
We found that many potential buyers are prioritising efficiency, security and connectivity over aesthetic features. New research from Gocompare.com has revealed the most sought after features of a modern home in the UK. According to the researc...continue reading
Buyer activity at its highest since 2007
Increasingly stretched buyer affordability will continue to be a price moderator for sellers who are over-ambitious with their pricing, tempering the pace of price rises. Rightmove's latest report has revealed that the number of sales agreed at ...continue reading