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Scotland leads UK mortgage affordability

Scotland is home to the most affordable mortgages in the UK, according to new research from the Bank of Scotland.

Nakheel has record-breaking year in 2016

2016 was a record-breaking year for Nakheel, as the Dubai developer saw its profits surge 13 per cent.
Chicago, USA

Young unmarried couples team up to get on US housing ladder

A growing number of young unmarried couple are teaming up to get on the US housing ladder, as property values continue to climb.

UK house prices dip for first time since summer

UK house prices dipped for the first time since summer at the start of 2017.

Strong dollar strengthens French ski property appeal

The strong dollar is strengthening the appeal of France's ski property to US investors.

Do you overvalue your home when selling?

Have you overvalued your home when trying to sell it? If so, you're not alone, reveals new research.

UK housing white paper “hyprocitical”, warn landlords

The UK housing white paper, announced by the government today, has been branded "hypocritical" by one landlord.

Housing white paper: UK government promises more affordable homes, faster

The UK government has unveiled its new housing white paper today, announcing new measures to deliver more affordable homes, faster.

Foreign buyer tax had “big psychological impact” on Vancouver property market

Vancouver's foreign buyer tax has had a "big psychological impact" on the property market, according to agents.

Central London has not lost its global appeal

Central London offices have not lost their global appeal since the UK's vote to leave the European Union, with take-up from the technology and media sector on the up.
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