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Name and business title: George Cardale, Head of Residential Development Sales UK, Savills.
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WhatHouse.co.uk's news editor Marc Da Silva takes his regular look at affordable housing projects across the UK.
Whathouse.co.uk's news editor Marc Da Silva takes his regular look at affordable new homes projects across the UK.
The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations has cast doubt on the Scottish government's ability to meet its own targets of developing 6,000 affordable homes a year, of which 4,000 will be for social rent.
Name and business title: Bev Hall, Sales and Marketing Director, Bromford Homes.
More property industry reactions.
The chancellor George Osborne this morning rejected Labour's calls for an economic U-turn, and insisted that his Budget will help fix the UK economy.
He told BBC Breakfast today that there are more difficult decisions to make on spending in order to get the deficit down, but added that "we are taking measures to help people buy their own home".
By Marc Da Silva
Chancellor George Osborne today announced new measures to boost mortgage lending in a bid to help more people to buy their own homes.
Traditionally and historically, homebuyers would expect to pay a premium for a brand new home. But in recent years, the cost of acquiring a brand new property has fallen more in line with resale property prices, helping to boost demand for new homes in the process. What's more, new build homes are generally not a bad bet when it comes to investing in residential property.
To mark Shared Ownership Week, Marc Da Silva will be interviewing leading affordable housing providers across the country, kicking off today with L&Q's Jerome Geoghegan.
Name and business title: Jerome Geoghegan, Group Director at L&Q, Development & Sales.
Britain's economy might be flirting with a ‘triple dip' recession, but a growing number of landlords in the UK believe that now is a great time to invest in property and are looking to add to their property portfolios as a consequence.
Cheap mortgages, high rental yields, a growing supply-demand imbalance, low bank saving rates - there is an endless list of reasons to currently consider investing in property.