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We reveal ten statistics that tell the story of UK home movers during 2019, including when people moved, how far they went, the most popular destinations and of course, what it all cost.
First Time Buyers in England buying a new home using the Government’s Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme are paying on average 10% more than those buying new homes without Help to Buy, reveals reallymoving in new research released today.
September 2019: House prices to dip over next quarter but market continues to show resilience
September 2019 will see largest annual increases in house prices for nearly a year
By removing Stamp Duty for movers downsizing to a smaller property, reallymoving finds that the property market may become more active, at very little cost to the Treasury.
reallymoving's July 2019 House Price Forecast
Average property prices due to rise by 9% according to new House Price Forecast from reallymoving.
Movers from the EU to the UK have fallen drastically since the referendum back in 2016.
FTBs using Help to Buy are more more for new homes than those without Help to Buy
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