Martin & Co has launched its latest Market Intelligence Report for the UK, revealing an average boost of 7.8% to house prices in areas surrounding major road improvements.
Well, the election fever trend certainly seems to be continuing with the announcement of a general election in just a few weeks time. Can we expect any big movements in the property market?
The introduction of stricter underwriting criteria has made life tougher for landlords taking out buy-to-let mortgages, but lenders may offer more flexibility to those locking into longer term fixed rates.
A new survey lifts the lid on the UK property market, with Brits sharing exactly what made them buy their homes, and spacious rooms and friendly neighbours prove the top priorities for UK homeowners.
<div>A snap general election can only be a bad thing for the Cornwall property market. Mortgage lending problems, fluctuation in the value of the pound, Brexit, and now a general election all bring uncertainty to the housing market but will it actually effect us here in Cornwall?</div>
London and the South East have always dominated the most expensive properties in the country and, according to Lloyds Bank, Eaton Square in West Londonâ€™s Belgravia district has taken the crown for the most expensive street in England and Wales with an average house price of £16,944,000.