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Property news

First Time Buyer Mortgage Lending in June Highest for Nine Years

More mortgages were handed out to first-time buyers in June than in any other month since 2007, banks and building societies have reported.

One in Three Home Sellers Has Cut Asking Price, Figures Show

Around one in three homes listed for sale has had its original asking price slashed amid signs that sellers have become more willing to offer a discount.

Crest Nicholson to Launch New Selection of Homes in Storrington

Crest Nicholson is delighted to announce the launch of the new development of Meadowbrook which will be coming to the sought after area of Storrington, West Sussex, on 21st and 22nd May.

Hamptons International Sponsors The Festival of British Eventing at Gatombe Park

Leading residential agent Hamptons International is delighted to sponsor The Festival of British Eventing, presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association, for the 13th consecutive year. The Festival is an annual horse trial held over three days on the first weekend in August, taking place at Gatcombe Park, home of HRH The Princess Royal.

Average House Price Expected to Rise Despite Brexit ‘Tremors’

The price of a home will still be around £40,000 more in five years' time despite the "tremors" caused by the Brexit vote, according to projections.