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Reallymoving’s September house price forecast shows we can expect an average monthly fall of 0.9% in house prices over the next quarter. However, this is almost entirely due to seasonal changes.
Reallymoving’s yearly cost of moving research shows homeowners are paying £10,414 on average to move home, with Londoners paying £24,585.
The release of reallymoving’s latest monthly House Price Forecast shows continuing growth in property prices across the UK, ahead of concerns about Brexit in October.
We’re pleased to announce the release of our Stamp Duty Calculator, designed to help you plan ahead and better work out your budget for buying a new home.
Research by reallymoving and the HomeOwners Alliance has predicted that 30th August will be the most popular day to move this year.
With the role becoming something of a poisoned chalice, this will be the 9th housing minister since 2010. In Boris Johnson’s recent cabinet reshuffle, Esther McVey was appointed housing minister. So what will she bring to the role?
Scrapping Stamp Duty for downsizers would help free up larger family homes for families who need them and boost transaction levels throughout the property market, according to our research.
Reallymoving’s house price forecast uses quote form data to show how property prices will continue to increase across the country in the next three months.
The new House Price Forecast from reallymoving uses quote form data to show how property prices are increasing across the country in the next three months.
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