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New York

New York City Regains Title as International Property Investment Capital

According to OPP Connect New York has found its groove again, and once again claimed the crown as “real estate capital of the world.” So just how much is being invested in NY property now, what types of returns are […]

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Greater London sees 27% growth in loans to first-time buyers

First-time buyers in Greater London borrowed GBP3bn in the second quarter 2014, an increase of 27% on the same period a year ago and up 10% on the

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UK mortgage approval volumes take a downward turn in May – BBA

UK banking and financial services association BBA released its latest figures for British high street banks on Tuesday, which reveal that mortgage approvals decreased in May

Property

London house prices rising faster than rest of UK

The UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) released its latest statistical bulletin for the UK House Price Index, March 2014 on Tuesday, which show that house price annual

House Prices fall to record levels.

Ireland Expects Number of Repossessed Houses to Grow

Financial experts in Ireland are worried that the country's financial crisis will lead to a spike in the number of repossessed houses in that country. Repossessions have remained

Property

Latest ONS House Price Index reveals strong growth in UK house price inflation

House prices in the UK continue to rise according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) House Price Index (HPI) for February 2014, released on Tuesday. The

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UK property market activity levels out

A surge in demand for UK properties has eased off according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), which released its February Residential Market Survey on Wednesday. The

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Value of greenfield development land up as confidence improves in housing market

Residential development land across the UK is increasing in value, as confidence in the housebuilding sector is at the highest level for over three years, according

Property

Council of Mortgage Lenders expects increased demand for UK mortgages

The improving UK economy and jobs market, consumer confidence and competitive mortgage deals are expected to result in higher demand for mortgages this year, according to

Property

Buyer demand outstrips number of UK homes for sale during November

House prices in the UK are predicted to continue to rise in 2014, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), which released its UK Residential Market

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