Property News from Phillips George
A new dawn for the Leicestershire housing market? With Phillips George enjoying record sales and inflation stabilising, the shoots of new growth are unexpectedly appearing
The recent deflation of housing values has consequences for our clients. Although the market is more difficult for first time buyers, it brings opportunities as there is less competition for housing and house prices are consequently lower.
As The Bank of England decides not to increase base rates for the first time in many months, a cautious sense of relief is spreading in the housing market and among owners.
September is traditionally a time when our thoughts return to things domestic and the reality of work, school and how and where we are living as a family really kicks in.
Thinking of your home as an investment is the wrong place to start when considering selling or buying your home. We look at the current market in Leicester.
It is easy to get caught up in the hype surrounding recent mortgage rates hikes in the UK. Afterall, we have been enjoying historically low interest rates in recent years
After predictions of doom and gloom, it is encouraging to see house prices rise, but there is some way to go to see the return of a buoyant market in Leicestershire.
It is so important to make sure your responsibilities as a Landlord are in order, to ensure you are always on the right side of the law and current legislation.
In this most difficult to read of markets our very own Clare Phillips, Partner at Phillips George gives her insider insights into a challenging market.
Now more than ever it is imperative to put your house on the market at the right price, with the housing market in Leicestershire cooling down significantly.
Our very own Clare Phillips found it was her time to shine when she recently appeared in an episode of Homes Under the Hammer
Low rates and a need for more room drove Leicestershire house prices up. But now some of those who moved are having a change of heart.