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Brexit is Providing Opportunities for First Time Buyers

15 September, 20160 Comments
Two months since the UK voted to leave the EU, we’ve sat down with our Managing Director, Mark Hobbs, to discuss the changes we have seen in this short period, and what it means for the average Brit. Buying a House Post-Brexit Mark believes that the financial measures The Bank of England, Government and UK
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Couples Affordabilty, UK, Property, Investment

Couples – Where can you afford to buy in England and Wales?

15 January, 20160 Comments
Just where – if anywhere – can you afford to buy in England and Wales? The Telegraph has created a map of the UK where you can work out how affordable each local authority is to buy a house as a couple .As unsurprisingly, many more areas are accessible when sharing the burden between two people.
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Ministers consider halting benefits for young workers to keep migrant pledge

11 August, 20150 Comments
It has emerged that ministers are now considering plans to stop young Britons from claiming in-work benefits because it the Tory manifesto pledge to apply the restrictions solely to EU migrants would be ‘prohibited under current EU law’ according to the BBC.  The rule which intended to stop EU migrants claiming benefits within the first
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Time that Housing Associations admitted the truth about why they have rent arrears – the PRS know why

07 July, 20140 Comments
Labour MPs Julie Hilling (Bolton West) and Alex Cunningham (Stockton North) revealed how social landlords in their constituencies had seen a sharp rise in arrears due to the controversial under-occupation policy. Hilling said: “Bolton at Home tells me that its arrears stand at £1.9 million, even though it has a 97% collection rate and has
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Councils & Housing Associations are supposed to provide better HOMES not bigger LOANS

07 July, 20140 Comments
I have just been reading this http://www.landlordreferencing…..-recovery/ about the new restrictions on mortgages And then I read this in the Guardian Household debt serious threat to UK recovery, says Bank of England deputy Jon Cunliffe says debt is equal to 135% of household earnings but Bank’s measures to limit lending will insure against crash In
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F.A.I.R – A New Era of transparent referencing

19 November, 20130 Comments
Today is the official launch of the partnership between Landlord Referencing Services LLP and Equifax UK – the only company to date that offers both credit and lifestyle referencing services alongside one another. With this new era of transparent and cost effective referencing, gone are the days where a landlord or agent could simply say
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