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2014 UK Property Prices To Increase Further

2014 UK Property Prices To Increase Further

UK Property Prices Continue To Increase

There could be more good news for UK property investors over the coming months as projections for the rest of 2014 indicate that property prices are set to rise even more, providing the potential of greater Return On Investments (ROI).

Since the UK housing market crash in 2008, UK property prices slumped and were depressed for some time afterwards due to uncertainty in the economy, however, the end of 2013 saw the UK property market spring back to life.

According to data from the Halifax House Price Index (HPI), there were over 1 Million residential property transactions in 2013 for the first time since 2007, and residential property sales increased for the ninth month in a row in December 2013,  30% higher than in 2012.

The data from Halifax is great news for property owners and shows that the UK property market is well and truly back on its feet.  So, if you’re a property investor who is planning on investing in property in 2014, you can expect to see property prices continuing to rise.

2014 started with residential property prices on the increase and more people buying and selling. The introduction of the 2nd phase of the Government’s Help-To-Buy scheme in October 2013 allowed property purchasers to get 95% Loan-To-Value (LTV) mortgages, heralding the return of the first-time buyer to the UK property market. 

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UK Property Growth Cycle Has Already Started

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Unless you are a professional property investor, you may not know that the next property growth cycle has already started and the media would have us believe that the UK will see another property boom!

The recent Budget put the property market back in the spotlight, while better mortgage deals have already been delivered by the Funding for Lending scheme (FLS). 

So now, thanks to the easing of the tough mortgage restrictions, UK residential property may be set for a historic run.

For the first time since the previous 2007 peak of the property market, millions of first-time buyers and owner occupiers will have the chance to purchase property without the ultra tough lending requirements and large deposits that have discouraged property purchasers for the last 5 years.

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

Cash In On The UK Property Boom!

And according to the latest media reports, they’re likely to do that in droves.

So what does that mean for you as a property investor?

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  • UK property prices pushed up due to market activity?
  • Government intervention inflating a national property price bubble?
  • Difficulty in buying a reasonable priced residential property?
  • Discounts disappearing? (This is a big one…)
  • The beginning of the end?

So the BIG question is…

Is now the time to purchase as many cheap discounted properties as you can, before it’s too late?

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Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Slams Government

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Slams Government

Government Not Doing Enough
To End Housing Shortage

A recent study by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has shown that the Government still are not doing enough to alleviate the chronic shortage of residential housing in the UK.

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors have again stated that successive governments have failed to produce a coherent long-term strategy for UK housing.

The RICS housing commission may concede that some of the coalition government’s policies are producing short-term help for the UK house building industry but they are prepared to argue that successive ministers’ lack of consistency in policy over the past 50 years has exacerbated the failures of the UK property market.

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors think that current Government housing policies are merely clearing up the problems left by their Labour party predecessors, and current government ministers are struggling to find a viable alternative solution to the current housing shortage.

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