Buying and Selling

Buying and Selling

Buying or selling a home? Be prepared with market trends and activity updates to tips on what will make your transaction go smoothly.

Chicago, USA

American homeownership dream alive and well

Over half of Americans are likely to buy a home in the next five years, according to new research, which confirms that the American dream of homeownership is alive and well.
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This month in US real estate (April 2017)

Keep up-to-date with the latest property market statistics and trends with the latest video report from Keller Williams.
City of London, UK

Sales of million pound apartments treble

Sales of million pound apartments in England and Wales have risen three-fold over the past decade, reveals new research.

Reliance upon Bank of Mum and Dad hits record high

The reliance of first-time buyers upon the Bank of Mum and Dad to purchase a home has hit a record high, according to new research.
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Mapping New York City’s real estate hotspots

With New York property prices up 5.8 per cent in the last year, Bloomberg takes a look at the city's real estate market, mapping out some of the top housing hotspots.

Second steppers still struggle to move up UK housing ladder

Despite improved conditions for homeowners ready to take their second step on the property ladder, an increasing number think it will be harder to sell their home this year, according to new research from Lloyds Bank.

Homes listed for sale rise as spring buying season starts

The number of new properties listed across the UK was up 13.3 per cent in February compared to January, as the spring buying season starts to kick off.

Stirling: Scotland’s most affordable city

There has been a further deterioration in home affordability in Scottish cities, according to the latest Bank of Scotland research.

The simple trick to saving thousands of pounds on a London home

Savvy home buyers who can’t afford to live in London’s hottest postcodes, could potentially save hundreds of thousands of pounds by buying in a less sought-after postcode next door.

Why long-term investment pays off in Australia

Thinking in the long-term pays off when buying a home in Australia, as capital growth means that returns can build significantly over years.
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