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Care homes deprive older people of their freedom
The number of applications made to deprive older people of their liberty has soared over the last few years, a new report shows.
Age UK - Posted 17/01/2014

Would you pass a mortgage stress test? New checks on home loan applications that probe your income and outgoings loom
Mortgage lenders will ban potential borrowers from taking loans unless they can show how they could afford to repay them when interest rates rise, under strict rules set to come into force within months.
Mail Online - Posted 17/01/2014

Inflation ebbs but Carney must watch housing market
You wouldn’t bet against Warren Buffett on many things — he is worth more than $50 billion for a reason.
London Evening Standard - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon £950k for this modest Sixties box? Well, it is Highgate Village
Even the most effusive of estate agents would struggle to call this house attractive. It doesn’t have a lawn, a garage or even a driveway to redeem it, and the inside is best described as modest.
London Evening Standard - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Number of people who own their own home is lowest for a generation
Housing nightmare for Prime Minister David Cameron as buyer dip is at its worst for the last 30 years.
Mirror co uk - Posted 17/01/2014

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

The dangerous gap between house prices and wages - how homes went up £100k on a decade of debt while salaries rose just £6,500
How worried should we be about the return of rapidly rising house prices? Our chart illustrating the disturbing relationship between house prices and wages makes me think the answer is ‘very’.
Mail Online - 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 ECO ambitions wrecked
Changes to the energy company obligation have smashed many social landlords’ retrofit plans to smithereens. Nick Duxbury reports on the results of a survey which reveal the potential impact on housing providers and their tenants.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon A bitter dispute
The death of a Newham Council leaseholder hit by a high service charge prompted the government to look at capping bills last year. Martin Hilditch investigates if the case is unique and the likely impact of any changes.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Battle stations
Social landlords are waging war on their repairs and maintenance bills. With renewed emphasis on value for money, Martin Hilditch examines how much the 100 largest housing associations are spending to find out if they are gaining ground.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon A waste of energy - Stuart Macdonald
Vital insulation schemes cancelled or scaled back; more people facing fuel poverty; and private enterprise confidence in government policy at rock bottom.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Third of Hull workers earn less than the living wage, figures show
A third of people living in parts of Hull and the East Riding earn less than they need to cover the basic cost of living, new figures have revealed.
Hull Daily Mail - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon Benefit claimants losing record amounts of money due to mistakes
Fraud and error in the benefit system has risen considerably since 2005. We look at the data to see whether claimants or officials are the reason for the change and who is losing out.
The Guardian - Posted 17/01/2014

UK bankers' bonuses enough to make London a living wage city, claims Green
The combined million euro-plus bonuses received by 2,500 UK bankers would be enough to pay 750,000 low paid Londoners the living wage, a new report has revealed.
24 Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon London is a young city in an ageing country
London is getting younger:
Financial Times (register) - Posted 16/01/2014

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

Sixty Icon Plenty of festive cheer in RICS residential survey, but be wary of potential hangover it warns
The festive period has given RICS reason to be cheerful, with its latest residential market survey revealing that December 2013 its chartered surveyors had sold more homes than at any time since March 2008.
Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Cost of cheapest university rooms rises by 11% over last three years
Figures for student accommodation trigger fears that students are choosing where to study based on rent costs.
The Guardian - Posted 16/01/2014

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