Blogspot: What’s wrong with Rightmove?

Blogspot: What’s wrong with Rightmove?

Blogspot by Paul Tobias-Gibbens M and P Estates THERE’S no question about it, buyers visit Rightmove and Zoopla/ because they provide easily-searched access to properties currently available for sale. Or do they? Certainly property portals are efficient and estate agents have embraced them for many years as being an important addition to their marketing […]

Mortgage payments drop significantly

RECENT research carried out by Halifax has demonstrated that mortgage payments have dropped significantly in the past five years. The average annual mortgage repayment in 2013 currently stands at £3,571. The study showed that the average annual home loan payment has reduced by around £950 between 2008 and 2013 as reported on

Property: Cope’s home of the week

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Property: House-hunter number surge

President of the NAEA Mark Hayward, said: ‘These latest results reflect a wider upturn in the market at the start of what we hope will be a better year for UK property. ‘The strong number of enquiries during January suggests the financial barriers that have plagued the market for so many years may be beginning to ease as banks increasingly look at new ways to assist buyers.

Property: First time buyers should speak to local building society

WOULD-be first-time buyers who feel frozen out of home ownership by high house prices and the mortgage famine should speak to their local building society reports the Daily Telegraph. This often overlooked option is unlike the high street banks because, instead of being owned by shareholders, these mutual savings and loans organisations are owned by their members. In plain English, building societies are owned by their savers and borrowers.