Monthly Archives: June 2021

Lincoln house prices rose by 1.4% last month, according to the Land Registry. This means the annual rate of house price growth in Lincoln has increased to 7.1%. Looking at the national figures, many people were concerned the UK property market was overheating as spring saw annual growth of 9.9%, the highest rate of house price growth documented since June 2007 (when national…

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Rogues or Saviours? There is no getting away from the fact that the rise in the number of buy-to-let properties in Lincoln has been nothing short of astonishing over the last twenty years. As a result, many in the press have said Britain is a broken nation, with many twenty and thirty-somethings unable to buy their first home. The press…

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And how new Gov’t rules will mean draughty low-eco Lincoln homes will drop in value ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green’, was the song that Kermit sang on Sesame Street. Yet now being green is a normal way of life for most of us. Walking or cycling places instead of taking the car, recycling and even shunning meat are some of…

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Would it surprise you even more when I said the ratio of house prices to wages are still lower today when compared to 1871?  Yes, you read that correctly, as a proportion of average wages British house prices are 17.6% proportionally cheaper today than they were in 1871. I wish to talk about the last 150 years of the British…

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Now is a great time to sell your home as there is a huge shortage of properties available for sale, and house prices are higher than ever. Housing market demand is up 28.6% yet listed properties to buy are down 20.8% (YTD vs 2020, Zoopla). This is putting upward pressure on house prices, with Nationwide reporting a 10.9% annual increase.…

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