House asking prices reach new high
Average house asking prices have risen to £249,841 this month, property website Rightmove reports today
20 May 2013
Landlords plan rent freezes in 2013
Nearly two-thirds of landlords are planning a rent freeze in 2013, a survey shows
3 December 2012
House asking prices fell in November
House sellers in England and Wales dropped their asking prices by 2.6% this month, says Rightmove
19 November 2012
House asking prices rise 3.5%
House sellers hiked asking prices by more than £8,000 in October, says property website Rightmove
15 October 2012
Big drop in house asking prices
House sellers dropped asking prices by the biggest percentage recorded for August
20 August 2012
Asking prices for homes fell in July
House sellers have cut their asking prices by the biggest amount in the month of July for four years, says Rightmove
16 July 2012
First-time buyer levels up despite 'minefield'
The proportion of people planning to take their first step on the property ladder has risen
2 July 2012
Highest monthly house asking prices rise for a decade
Sellers upped their asking prices by the highest monthly jump for ten years, says property website Rightmove
20 February 2012
Rise in first-time buyers predicted
The number of first-time buyers is set to rise this year despite a lack of first-time sellers, a new study says
6 February 2012
House asking prices rise to unrealistic levels
House asking prices have risen to their highest level for nearly three years, with some home owners demanding sky-high amounts
16 May 2011
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