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The leaseholder protections in the Building Safety Act 2022 (“the Act”) came into force on 28 June 2022, introducing new financial protections for leaseholders in buildings above 11 metres or five storeys where historical safety defects have been identified. The Act introduced ground-breaking reforms to give residents and homeowners more rights, powers, and protections. Read more here.
Where is the market going? This is the real question for now. Not will prices fall in 2023, but by how much? Read more to find out what's happening to the property market in your area now and what may happen in the future.
Some absolutely fascinating data from the indices this month. The longevity and comparisons of current rises/falls in the market over time for a decade or more are extraordinarily helpful to those working in the market – and reassuring for buyers and sellers. Read the article to find out what's currently happening in the property market and what impact will the latest policy changes have on the property market in the future.
If you’ve been listening to politicians recently, you’ll have heard a lot of promises to stop new developments in the countryside. We need to build, they say, in our cities. Which does make sense in a lot of ways, because that’s where the shops, schools and buses are. The problem comes when you try to work out exactly where those new homes are going to squeeze in. There is, however, another source of plots for building. Read more to find out why we shouldn't be afraid to build on small sites.
With reports of a property price ‘crash’ growing in the media, it’s easy to look at this month’s reports and think they are probably right – if you read the headlines and not the detailed analysis! Read my full price report here to find out what's really happening in the property market.