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The In-Deed property blog has all the latest news, insight and information into the UK housing market. Our regular blogs take a look at all aspects of buying and selling a property so you’re fully informed when it comes to making a move.

16 Oct

Price premium on property near green spaces

Access to green space adds value to property. Official data form the Office for National Statistics (ONS) says a home near a park or playing fields can add an average £2,500 to the price of a home. Having a view of a public garden or park or even a home that looks over water will […]

9 Oct

Home move costs reach record high

Buyers and sellers are facing their highest-ever costs home move costs. New research suggests the average costs for a home move have reached a record high of £10,414, up by 2 percent year on year. Those in London will pay more than double the costs of the rest of the UK, with average moving costs […]

1 Oct

London leads way in newbuild hotspots

The UK’s newbuild hotspots have been revealed with London unsurprisingly leading the way on the most sales of new homes in 2019. Research by new home specialists Stone Real Estate has revealed two London boroughs had the most newbuild transactions – Tower Hamlets at 42 percent of all homes purchased and Greenwich at 30 percent. […]

24 Sep

Revealed: the most expensive street in Britain

The most expensive street in Britain has been named as Kensington Palace Gardens, the regal address claiming the title for the 11th year on the trot. Residents in the luxurious street, where properties cost an average £32.8 million, include Chelsea FC’s oil billionaire owner Roman Abramovich, Formula One heiress Tamara Ecclestone and the Sultan of […]

18 Sep

Half of Brits unhappy with their current home

More than half of Brits are unhappy with their current home. A staggering 53 percent are dissatisfied with their property and have set their sights on moving to their “forever home”, according to research by online house sellers nested.com. Size really matters Rather than being sold on location, location, location, 57 percent of us prioritise […]

17 Sep

£95m funding to breathe new life into town centres

Disused historic buildings in 69 English town centres are to be transformed into homes, shops and community centres. The Government has announced £95 million of funding to help breathe new life into struggling urban centres. The cash will help retailers fight off the competition from online shopping while encouraging people to return to live in […]