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Cameron and Clegg announced in November that they are planning to introduce 95% mortgages for first time buyers as an incentive to boost the housing market as well as making home ownership a possibility ...
As our last blog post describes, the situation for first time buyers is looking rather bleak, with the majority fearing that they will never achieve their ambition of becoming a homeowner. At Percy Willliams ...
Over the last five years the UK housing market has changed dramatically. From the abundance of a hundred percent mortgages, and high approval rates we have seen prices plummet and first time buyers struggling ...
4. House predictions for 2011
(Blog Posts/Blog)
... low interest rates to continue, and for the importance of buying a sustainable home to become an increasingly important factor for homebuyers.  ...
5. 2011 Outlook - Cornish Homes for Sale
(Developments/Houses For Sale In Cornwall)
... although following the reversion to £125,000 we were left trying to tempt buyers with developer incentives. At Fairglen, the £250,000 mark was a barrier which put off some potential buyers unaware of the ...
6. Emergency Budget Changes on Cornwall House Sales
(Developments/Houses For Sale In Cornwall)
2010 has been a waiting game for the housing market.  Pre-election many housing experts and prospective buyers were unsure how the economy was going to be affected by a possible change of government.  ...
... lenders are still hampering sales of the 3 remaining Large Modern Town houses though we have buyers who still cannot complete their own chains. The Carbon Trust have released their Video clip which is ...
8. 207% Halifax price index
(Blog Posts/Blog)
... the region which has pushed prices beyond the reach of many buyers.  But if you look hard enough you can stilll find affordable homes in the region, and you don't have to compromise on location and quality. ...
9. 2010 Outlook - Cornish Houses for Sale
(Developments/Houses For Sale In Cornwall)
... to a variety of buyers.  Looking back there has been a number of factors which have made 2009 a challenging year for buyers and sellers. Many home owners who would have considered moving house in the ...
10. Stamp Duty Reintroduction
(Blog Posts/Blog)
Several changes that effect buyers decisions at the moment include the looming reintroduction of stamp duty for properties over £125,000 and the pending threat of VAT being reintroduced to at least 17.5% ...
... part of August in which all the remaining properties at Gweal Pawl would be available for viewing, again without appointment.  Edwards Apartments have appealed to a wide cross section of buyers predominantly ...
12. Last 3 bed Eco home sold
(Blog Posts/Blog)
... been sold.  Phase 2 is in the planning stage and we are delighted to be receiving lots of interest from potential buyersand what they want in their eco home.  At this early stage buyers can have some input ...
Good news for homes owners and buyers in January, is that according the Halifax house price survey, prices actually rose 1.9% in January, from December's figure.   Could this be the early signs that the ...
14. Green Buildings
(News/Latest)
... we hope, act as something of a pilot for provision of new homes nationwide," Seven of the three and four-bedroom houses now nearing completion off Loggans Road have already been sold. Buyers include the ...
'Living Room through to Sun Room, 4-bedroom' 'Occupied 4-Bedroom Home' 'South Elevation of two 3-Bedroom Semis' 'Sunrooms' 'From Breakfast Bar to Garden' 'Kitchen of 4-Bedroom House' 'Occupied 4-Bedroom Home' Back Lane 'Garden of 3-Bedroom House' Gweal Pawl

2011 Outlook - Cornish Homes for Sale

As we approach the end of the year 2010, we can look back and see that it has proved to be very much a ‘mixed’ year in sales. Stamp duty changes affected the market with the £175,000 threshold helping sales earlier, although the reversion to £125,000 has seen some house prices decline throughout the latter part of the year. There has been a general increase in the number of properties available for sale from August to October, which has led to pressure and competition in pricing.

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