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Bovis Homes record sharp rise in property sales

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: Bovis Homes, new homes, Oasis, property investor news, The Pines and The Elms

Housebuilder Bovis Homes sold in excess of 2,000 homes last year, up 8% compared to the previous year, while sales prices also rose, on the back of greater demand.

The average sales price...

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New homes to be officially unveiled in Wimbledon

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: Ellisons, London, new homes, Sean Purtill, Shanley Homes, Wimbledon

Housebuilder Shanly Homes has announced that it will officially launch a collection of desirable...

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Prospective buyers preview new ‘age exclusive’ homes in Yaxley

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: Larkfleet Homes, new homes, Retirement homes, Spinney House, Yaxley

Potential homeowners came out in force to enjoy an exclusive preview of Larkfleet Homes' Spinney House development in Yaxley, Cambridgeshire.

Larkfleet opened the development to...

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Mortgage blog: How you can join the ‘buy-to-let’ revolution

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: buy-to-let, investment property, mortgages, Paragon Mortgages, property investment

Are you a first-time ‘buy-to-let' investor? Or, are you looking to add to your property portfolio? If so, you're not alone. New figures have shown that buy-to-let mortgage applications are...

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Assisted purchase – the key to buying an affordable new home in Lincolnshire

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: Bourne, Bovis Homes, First-time buyers, FirstBuy, Grantham, Grimsby, Larkfleet Homes, Lincolnshire, Linden Homes, new homes, shared equity, Taylor Wimpey

The birthplace of some of the UK's most famous thinkers and personalities - including Isaac Newton, Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter, Jim Broadbent, Margaret Thatcher, and comedienne Jennifer Saunders - Lincolnshire is the second largest English county, located in the east of England. The...

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David Wilson Homes brings new homes to Chilton, Oxfordshire

Monday 27 February 2012
Tagged: Bovis Homes, Chilton, David Wilson Homes, launch, new homes, Oxfordshire

After a great deal of local interest - some 160 people have registered for more information about the first phase of 14 homes - national housebuilder David Wilson Homes has...

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Stairways to Heaven & Hell, by Rupert Bates

Saturday 25 February 2012
Tagged: Redrow Homes, Rupert Bates, Steve Morgan, Wolves FC

To the tune of "She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes" - all together now - "You can stick your f***ing houses up your ar*e..."

Blimey, that's a bit fruity for a National Trust AGM. I know they are at the vanguard of an ignorant anti-development campaign, but language please...

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Wester Inch could be the answer if you’re looking for a new home in Scotland

Friday 24 February 2012
Tagged: Barratt Homes, Charles Church, Miller Homes, new homes, Persimmon Homes, Scotland, shared equity, Taylor Wimpey, Wester Inch

Commuters in the Central Belt hoping to find a property this year may have to look no further than Wester Inch. Situated on the outskirts of Bathgate, Wester Inch is minutes away from the M8 as...

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Mortgage blog: Interest rates predicted to stay low until 2017

Friday 24 February 2012
Tagged: Bank of England, Centre for Economics and Business Research, First-time buyers, Halifax, IHS Global Insight, mortgages, The Way Group

If you're looking to buy a new home or get a better deal on your mortgage, now is the perfect time. Recent comments by the Governor of the Bank of England have hinted that interest rates are set...

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High-specification new homes for sale in Norfolk right now

Friday 24 February 2012
Tagged: Aylsham, Barratt Homes, Bloor Homes, Charles Church, Costessey, Hopkins Homes, Kier Homes, new homes, Norfolk, Norwich

Norfolk is an attractive low-lying county to the East of England, which borders with Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. Its county town of Norwich has become particularly popular with new homes buyers in recent years. In the 11th century, Norwich was the largest city in England after...

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Commutable new homes within ten miles of Birmingham

Friday 24 February 2012
Tagged: Birmingham, Bromsgrove, David Wilson Homes, Edgbaston, First-time buyers, FirstBuy, King's Heath, Lovell Homes, new homes, Redrow Homes, Taylor Wimpey, West Bromwich

With its position at the heart of the country, and ambitions to become one of the top 20 most liveable cities in the world within the next 20 years, Birmingham looks set to become an increasingly popular place to set up home. Britain's second-largest city already has a great deal to offer -...

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Homebuilding levels remain low

Friday 24 February 2012
Tagged: government, new homes, NHBC, Richard Tamayo

Despite a severe shortage of new homes across the UK, production figures from the National House Building Council (NHBC) show that housebuilding levels remain flat.

Thenew data released by NHBC have...

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New affordable homes to be launched in London

Thursday 23 February 2012
Tagged: A2Dominion, affordable homes, London, new homes

A new phase of shared ownership apartments is being launched by A2Dominion New Homes...

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Over 850 new homes to be built in Camden

Thursday 23 February 2012
Tagged: affordable homes, Camden, London, new homes, Shared Ownership

One of the capital's largest social housing programmes in a generation will see over 850 new council and shared ownership homes developed in Camden, north west London.

Plans to spend £...

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First-time buyers attracted to Linden’s 95% LTV mortgage product

Thursday 23 February 2012
Tagged: First-time buyers, government, Linden Homes, mortgages, new homes, Step Up

Linden Homes has seen a significant rise in demand for its new homes, thanks in part to its own version of a 95% indemnity mortgage which is attracting an influx of first-time buyers looking...

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