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What is the most expensive city to rent a home?

Looking for a place to live in a metropolis can be a very difficult and expensive task. Most of us have to tackle this task in order to be closer to better job markets and better opportunities. The western world is well known for luxurious and expensive rents, but surprisingly the most expensive city is located in China, Asia. Beijing holds the record for the world’s most expensive city, where the rent costs eats up roughly 123% of the average …

Good news for property buyers as Government may ban ‘gazumping’ 

The practice of ‘gazumping’ could be banned by the government after discussions were held on whether to bring forward the point at which house sales become legal, in line with Scotland. The move could prevent many property sales falling through, with 18% or around 200,000 transactions collapsing on average each year. A major reason for this is buyers outbidding others who have already had an offer accepted, known as gazumping.

National Park properties still command a price premium

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Many home owners in the UK are still searching for a property in an idyllic green setting, according to new research. The average sale price for a detached house within a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) is £450,000, analysis from Savills has revealed. On the other hand, the value of a property in the same county but not in the park or AONB is an average of £347,000.

Five pitfalls to avoid as a buy to let landlord

With property prices rising and more and more people renting than in previous generations, buy to let can seem like an easy way to make money! However, it is not as simple as that, and there is a great deal to think about when letting a property. Here are the five pitfalls to avoid: 1. Being unaware of tax If your total income for the tax year as a landlord is above the personal allowance threshold of £10,600, you will …