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Market is on ‘fire’ thanks to low interest rates and shortage of properties
Much of the boom stems from government largesse and its removal has dented homebuyer enthusiasm
UK housebuilder swings back to profit in first half and ups full-year guidance
Borrowers claim they are ‘trapped in their homes until their deaths’
Rents dropped as young professionals left the trendy London borough — but the crowds are returning
Nationwide says 2.1% monthly rise is second largest in 15 years
Areas around cities recording higher increases than urban centres, Halifax says
More owners stay put in response to pandemic, valuing larger properties and settled communities
Resolution Foundation think-tank says biggest rises came in areas that benefited least from tax cuts
Seasonal patterns starting to resume after disruption caused by lockdowns, government stimulus and lifestyle changes
Move to homeworking and ‘race for space’ during Covid drives rise in sales and prices
Mortgage rates are lower than ever — but can aspiring buyers qualify for them after big price rises?
Visits to site hit 1.4bn in first six months of this year, up from 845m in same period of 2019
London joins global recovery as wealthy buyers return
Price inflation remains in double digits as buyer demand continues
Capacious houses, green spaces and a growing expat community prove a winning combination
Its small-town, community vibe and the race for more space during the pandemic have boosted appeal
Tax break brought in a year ago to stimulate pandemic-hit economy is to be wound down over coming months
Low interest rates and pandemic further fuel demand with Nationwide index rising at fastest pace in 17 years
Rock-bottom rates have brought annual interest payments to a 20-year low
Mortgage completions by movers up by 82 per cent in first quarter of 2021
Growth in May surpasses expectations driven by stamp duty holiday and demand for larger properties
EY’s centralisation push, Bill Gross
Low returns on savings, an appetite for home improvement and property moves raise demand for the loans