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The younger couples marrying to beat inheritance tax
Rising house prices are pushing people closer, but there are ways to reduce the risk.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 17/02/2014

House prices rise above £250,000 stamp duty threshold
Buyers face paying 3pc stamp duty as average asking prices rise to £251,964.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Home repossessions decrease by more than a third in a year
The number of people sinking so far into debt that they risk losing their home through repossession has fallen by more than a third in a year.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/02/2014

Evening Standard comment: Ghost mansions and the housing crisis
As this paper has observed before, the only real solution to London’s crisis is to build more homes, especially affordable housing and social housing for rent.
London Evening Standard - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Social landlords still struggling with anti social behaviour
Taking quick and effective action in serious anti social behaviour cases remains challenging, according to a new practice briefing from CIH Scotland.
HousingNet - Posted 17/02/2014

Welfare cuts will strip millions of pounds out of economy, Welsh Government research warns
The UK Government claims 200,000 families in Wales will be better off by £163 a month but the Welsh Government sees things differently.
Wales Online - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon 20% rise in number of tenants being evicted from their homes in Wales
Landlord possession claims have soared by 20% in the past year.
Wales Online - Posted 17/02/2014

Employment growth rate to slow slightly, says survey
The Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) says the recent fast growth in employment is likely to slow in the coming months.
BBC - Posted 17/02/2014

Loneliness and feeling unloved TWICE as likely to kill you as being fat... as scientists warn against elderly retiring to sunnier climes
Being lonely in later life could be worse for your health than obesity, according to research.
Mail Online - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish job vacancies rise as business confidence 'at new high'
Vacancies for permanent jobs in Scotland have risen at their fastest rate in eight years, according to a new survey.
BBC - Posted 17/02/2014

Housing asking prices at £251,964
House sellers' asking prices saw their biggest year on year jump since 2007 in February, a property website has reported.
London Evening Standard - Posted 17/02/2014

Thousands of workers on six-figure salaries living in council homes because of rules that mean they CAN'T be thrown out
Union boss Bob Crow is just one of thousands of tenants still living in a council house despite having a six-figure income, figures show.
Mail Online - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Loneliness twice as unhealthy as obesity for older people, study finds
Scientists found that the loneliest were nearly twice as likely to die during their six-year study than the least lonely.
The Guardian - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Benefit reforms are hiding the true number of unemployed
Universal credit recipients don’t appear in jobless figures, linked to jobseeker’s allowance.
The Independent - Posted 17/02/2014

14 Facts About The World's Worst Roller Coaster
It’s official, house prices are out of control. Working hard and saving for a deposit? See you in twenty years… Renting? You’ll be paying through the nose for a dingy flat share, so good luck with saving… It’s clear that something needs to be done about our housing crisis, but what?
BuzzFeed - Posted 17/02/2014

What's on in the housing sector this week
A round-up of what’s on in the housing sector this week – Monday 17 to Friday 21 February.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon House price boom brings new wave of sellers into the market
Property website Rightmove says shortage of homes and buying frenzy have driven asking prices to record level.
The Guardian - Posted 17/02/2014

Bristol's Georgian houses vie with city's new waterside flats
Estate agents say the city is the standout property market in southwest England.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Video: Architecture at the Crossroads
First transmitted in 1986, Houses Fit for People looks at housing and where the modern movement went wrong with their high-rises and modern concrete estates.
BBC iPlayer - Posted 16/02/2014

Sixty Icon First-time buyers 'having regrets'
One in five people who recently got onto the property ladder now regrets not buying somewhere cheaper, according to research by a Government-backed body.
London Evening Standard - Posted 16/02/2014

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