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Surveyors warn house price rises verging on 'unsustainable' in some areas after property sales hit five-year high
House sales reached their strongest level in nearly six years in the lead up to Christmas, suggesting the market is ‘thriving once more’ across the country, a survey showed today.
Mail Online - Posted 17/01/2014

Bovis boss hails strongest order book in years
Bovis Homes said its order book was at its strongest state in many years and that it was seeing robust demand for its homes in the early weeks of 2014, as buyers backed by the government helped boost the housing market.
City A.M. - Posted 17/01/2014

Property news roundup: New mortgages for contract workers launched
Specialist lender Kensington is launching a range of mortgages aimed at the growing number of contract workers in England and Wales.
The Independent - Posted 17/01/2014

A buy-to-let investment with 6pc returns – and no property involved
Earn 6.125pc per year by lending to a buy-to-let bank, which in turn lends to landlords.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 17/01/2014

Video: Rics: 'No panic yet' on UK house prices
The number of UK homes sold per surveyor has more than doubled since the depth of the housing market downturn, a survey suggests.
BBC - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rental costs fell in December, says LSL
The cost of renting a home in England and Wales fell by 1% in December compared with the previous month, a survey suggests.
BBC - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Midland Heart strikes NHS deal
A social landlord is opening a specialist care housing unit within the grounds of a hospital after winning a tender from the local NHS Trust.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Regulator out to punish poor timekeeping on finance data
The social housing regulator has hinted it could downgrade landlords’ governance ratings if they do not supply accurate data on time.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon ‘Unintended' housing benefit cuts hit tenants
Councils are cutting off housing benefit payments to tenants who are entitled to receive them, as an unintended consequence of sanctions applied to other benefits.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Taroe bid to be a charity on ice
England’s largest tenant body is still waiting to be approved as a charity so it can more easily access donations, despite having expected to get the green light last summer.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rents rise as tenant numbers outstrip supply
Property firm Countrywide says rise is broadly in line with the rise in full-time incomes, but rental growth is running at twice the rate of 2012.
The Guardian - Posted 16/01/2014

House Prices 'Risk Becoming Unsustainable'
A report warns of the consequences of the growing gulf between homes for sale and demand in some areas of the UK.
Sky News - Posted 16/01/2014

House prices risk becoming 'unsustainable' as sales hit six-year high in December
Mortgages at the fourth highest monthly level since December 2007.
The Independent - Posted 16/01/2014

BoE considers return of 30-year fixed rate mortgage to fight housing bubble
Bank of England says "real risk of exposure to rising interest rates" could be removed by "locking in" mortgage rates.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 16/01/2014

Buyers queue up for £2 million Kensington house dubbed 'Wrecksville' by estate agents
From the outside it looks no different from the other stucco-fronted properties lining one of west London’s most exclusive addresses.
London Evening Standard - Posted 16/01/2014

Payday lenders to share information as research reveals almost a million took loans last year
Payday lenders including Wonga are to start using a new "real-time" information sharing service about consumers' to stop people taking out multiple loans from different services.
London Evening Standard - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Fix mortgages now 'to avoid the pain of rising interest rates': Senior banker's comments fuel fears rates are set to rise
Families should fix their mortgages to protect themselves against ‘a real risk of exposure to rising interest rates’, a senior member of the Bank of England said yesterday.
Mail Online - Posted 16/01/2014

Bank in warning over 'lamentable' lack of new homes being built in UK
The Bank of England yesterday attacked Britain’s ‘lamentable’ record on building homes as one of the nation’s leading brickies bemoaned the ‘slow and cumbersome’ planning system.
Mail Online - Posted 16/01/2014

Carney: House price boom set to end in 2016
Bank of England governor Mark Carney expects the recent surge in the property market to cool by 2016, as figures today confirm that house sales have returned to levels last seen in early 2008.
City A.M. - Posted 16/01/2014

Rises in completions and orders build Taylor Wimpey's confidence
Taylor Wimpey yesterday became the latest housing firm to report a jump in the number of properties it built in the last year, buoyed by rising prices and the government’s Help to Buy policy.
City A.M. - Posted 16/01/2014

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