With just under a quarter of homeowners (24%) choosing to downsize*, the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) offers advice for those moving to a smaller property.

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A conservatory is a cost effective way to add light and living space to your home. And because the majority of conservatories are exempt from planning permissions and building regulations – they can be purchased and installed with a minimum amount of fuss. Buying a conservatory is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. It is vitally important you choose a conservatory style that matches the rest of your home if you want to get your money’s worth and gain the most benefit. In this article I will explain the variety of conservatory styles and assist you in choosing the ideal conservatory for your property.

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Beginning today, the Help to Buy: Mortgage guarantee scheme will launch in an effort to stimulate house buying and to help first-time buyers to get on to the property ladder. A number of high street banks and lenders have already joined the scheme, however the scheme is still drawing criticism from some.

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One key part of buying or selling a property is choosing the solicitors to act on your behalf! A good solicitor can make all the difference between transactions going through quickly and be able to sort any complications out as swiftly as possible.

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NHF Responding to the housing announcements made in Labour Leader Ed Miliband’s Conference speech, NHF Chief Executive David Orr said: [...]

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The Property Ombudsman (TPO) has become the first property organisation to have a Code of Practice approved by The Trading Standard Institute (TSI) under their Consumer Code Approval Scheme.

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The CML has published its Gross Mortgage Lending figures for May 2013, showing that total gross lending increased by 21% from April 2013 to £14.7 billion.

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According to recent figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), the number of first-time buyers rose by 20% over February.

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According to recent figures, the number of UK transactions in April rose 12% annually and by 4% since March, reportedly due to increased access to funding for buyers.

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The CML has published its Gross Mortgage Lending figures for April 2013, showing that total lending increased by 4% this month.

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