22
Feb
Posted by Emvertex

The latest data from estate agents, haart, has revealed that during August house prices across England and Wales fell by 1.9% and by 3.1% on the year with the average price of a home now sitting at £223,834. According to the figures, new buyer demand for homes fell by 4.5% on the month but is up 13% annually. The number of properties coming onto the market fell by 1.5% but has risen by 11.1% on the year. In August there…

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18
Feb
Posted by Emvertex

A perfect balance of affordability and low crime rates surely has to be high up on the list of priorities for prospective homebuyers. And, it's safe to assume that some areas will fare better than others with regards to this. But where are they? The latest research from OkayLah.co.uk, looks at the total crime per capita (crime committed per 100 people) across each council region of the nation, comparing this to the average house price and scoring each area with…

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1
Feb
Posted by Emvertex

On Wednesday,, January 23, 2019, traders speculated on the possibility of a ‘no deal’ Brexit waning as the sterling rose to a two month high against the dollar. The pound rose at 1.3079 against the dollar as noises from both Davos and Westminster suggested that a softer Brexit was possible. In London, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party, held a meeting with backbenchers behind a plan to stop the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without an agreement.…

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28
Jan
Posted by Emvertex

Britain is experiencing extensive political modifications, passing the result of the general election, but brand-new patterns are shadowy, establishing listed below the surface area. It might be that Labour’s relative success– attained amidst positive forecasts by experts of wiping out defeat– originated from a last-minute turnabout by citizens, or just because pollsters greatly ignored the turnout of pro-Labour more youthful citizens. The significance of the outcome is not in doubt: an election contacted us to empower the Government at the…

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