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UK housing equity withdrawal still negative

Homeowners in the UK are cautious about withdrawing equity on their properties, according to quarterly equity withdrawal figures published by the Bank of England, the BBC reported on Monday. Housing equity withdrawal stayed negative in the third quarter of 2013 […]

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UK homeownership on the decline while rents continue to rise

Five million people in the UK who want to live in their own home are having to rent instead, according to a report released today by the HomeOwners

London housing

UK house prices rise three times the rate of wage inflation

House prices in the UK have continued to stretch further away from the reach of millions of workers, a new study confirmed today. Research from the National Housing Federation

UK housing market

Fall in UK home repossessions despite ongoing recession

The number of home repossessions in the UK declined in the second quarter of 2012, despite the economy remaining in recession, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) reported

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Halifax expects house prices to remain flat after dip in July

House prices across the UK dropped by 0.6% from June to July, but price growth on an underlying basis remains broadly stable, a new report from the Halifax

UK property sales

Mortgage lending in the UK down again in June

The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has reported a decrease in total mortgage lending for June 2012. Estimates released by the CML on Thursday show that gross mortgage lending,

Increase in property prices in England is driven by London demand

UK house prices stable between April and May

A new report on the UK housing market shows that house prices on average remained unchanged between April and May 2012. The average UK house price in May 2012

UK House Sales

Houses in the UK taking longer to sell due to stagnation of property market

Properties in the UK are taking much longer to sell than five years ago, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has said. According to data released by the

London Property

Growth in UK housing market draws to a halt

Further evidence that the UK housing market has hit the buffers was revealed today in a new survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The latest RICS

Alan Greenspan: Second Housing Crisis Could Cause “Double-Digit Recession”

The United States is in a state of self-described 'slow recovery'. With the nation's valuable auto industry on the way up and financial firms again reporting reasonable earnings,

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