API Global have been extremely busy in Q1, with the launch of two new developments, deals agreed on three more, the expansion of our Kenya office, welcoming […]Read more
In February the average house prices rose to £231,068, an increase of 0.7%, the highest on record, more than reversing January’s 0.2% drop, said Nationwide, Britain’s biggest […]Read more
UK house prices are continuing to increase and have performed well during Q1 2021 which is evident by the latest average house prices being up over January’s […]Read more
House prices have risen sharply across the UK, driven by an increase of more than 15% in the year to May in the North West of England.
Official figures show property prices also rose at a rapid rate in Scotland, Wales and the North East of England.
Investors are receiving more income from tenants, as UK rents have increased by 8.5% year-on-year, the Hamptons Monthly Lettings Index for June has revealed.
British lender Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) said on Wednesday it has launched its private rental business and aims to buy more than 1,000 residential properties by the end of next year.