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myletz managers will be interviewed on Sky News today

Written by : myletz | Thu 10th Sep 2015

myletz managers will be interviewed on Sky News tomorrow morning, don't forget to tune in.

Landlords willing to offer their accommodation to Syrian refugees

Written by : myletz | Thu 10th Sep 2015

Landlords willing to offer their accommodation to Syrian refugees, please ring to register on 01582 380 330

Number of first-time buyers reaches seven-year high

Written by : News | Tue 24th Feb 2015

The number of first-time buyers getting onto the property market has risen by more than a fifth over the previous year to reach a seven-year high.

Price increases in Scotland indicating the UK property booms next stop

Written by : News | Tue 24th Feb 2015

With British homeowners hesitant to move residence prior to the general election, The RICS members in Scotland are painting a better picture.

Commonwealth Games Athletes Village in Glasgow gets its first resisdents

Written by : News | Tue 24th Feb 2015

THE heart of the Commonwealth Games lives on with new residents being first to move to the Athletes’ Village yesterday. Over the week-end over 100 new residents are getting the keys to their modern houses in Glasgow’s Dalmarnock.

Scotland sees strongest buyer growth yet picture reversed south of the border

Written by : News | Fri 20th Feb 2015

A new report showed that the housing market in Scotland and Northern Ireland showed growth last month, although it cooled off in England and Wales.

Scotland house prices rise to more than 165000 pounds

Written by : News | Fri 20th Feb 2015

AVERAGE house prices in Scotland have grown to more than £165,000, in accordance with a written report.

New low for fixed-rate mortgages even for borrowers with small deposits

Written by : News | Tue 17th Feb 2015

Rates of interest on fixed-rate mortgages have dropped to brand-new lows, with First Direct and Barclays engaged in a war this is certainly pushing the price down even for all those buyers with smaller deposits.

Number of first-time buyers reaches seven-year high

Written by : News | Fri 13th Feb 2015

The number of first-time buyers getting onto the property market has risen by more than a fifth over the previous year to reach a seven-year high.

How to buy a perfect Christmas tree and when to put it up

Written by : News | Sun 11th Jan 2015

Norway spruce or Nordman fir? Premium or third grade? Or what about a good quality fake? Here's a handy guide to the star of the decorating show PLUS Are half-price Christmas deals for real?

Help to Buy mortgage guarantee unveiled by George Osborne

Written by : News | Sun 11th Jan 2015

Borrowers will be subject to income checks and 'stress testing' and credit history will bar many from £12bn scheme. George Osborne has launched the second phase of the Help to Buy scheme in a meeting with mortgage lenders and housebuilders that laid out the terms of a programme that will underwrite home purchases worth up to £600,000.

How to insulate your loft without spending a fortune

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Installing loft insulation can save you up to £250 a year, however, there are many other ways to insulate your home from top to bottom

House prices boosted by thriving local businesses 500 pounds

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Houses near town centres full of prospering small traders have climbed by an average of £40,000 over the last decade

DIY stores are hammered by lack of do-it-yourself drive

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Homebase closing a quarter of stores as it struggles with generational attitude shift, despite revival in UK housing market. Homebase said the closure of 80 of its stores was at least partly down to the rise of a generation less skilled in DIY projects.

Living vroom the only place to park your supercar

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

The latest must-have feature for a luxury home? It’s living room with a showcase for your supercar. £16.5m Park Lodge in Knightsbridge gives a different take on off-street parking.

Cambridge leads UK house price record rise

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Values now exceeding the 2007 peak in eight British cities sit mostly in the south-east as Belfast and Liverpool remain far below pre-crash market. Cambridge house prices have risen faster than any other city in the UK.

UK mortgage battle hots up as banks prepare to slash rates

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Barclays is preparing to offer some of its best ever deals, including a 2.29% fix, while HSBC has launched a 0.99% loan

Fixed-rate mortgages set to fall further to two and a half percent

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Five-year fixed-rate deals, already down to 2.59%, expected to smash through the all-time low of 2.48%

Average property price in Scotland reaches 200000 pounds

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

The cost of homes across Scotland has risen by 6.7 per cent in the last year, official figures show, but experts are warning of a softening in the market.

Separating couples get help to manage property

Written by : News | Tue 09th Dec 2014

Who gets to keep what is always a divisive and problematic issue when couples split up. No more so than when property ownership is considered. To simplify matters the Law Commission is recommending a set of measures aimed at making it easier for couples to manage their financial affairs on divorce or at the end of a civil partnership.

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