04 January 2012 14:13
Once, life in a small rural village was seen as the ideal but with rising rail fares and petrol costs, many people are questioning their commute and moving back to the city. Pitshanger is a great area for getting the best of both worlds.
19 December 2011 12:25
Find out how to be successful selling your property in 2012 with advice from Rightmove.co.uk and Northfields Estates.
17 November 2011 14:50
As we are heading toward the holiday season and the New Year, many people will be asking what will 2012 bring? If you had hopes of moving to a new home, you might be particularly wondering what will happen to property prices.
09 November 2011 11:29
Rightmove’s latest report saw a new record in the gap between house prices in the North and those in the South. To buyers the prices in the north look very attractive, but to home owners the prospects in the south of England look far more promising.
04 October 2011 14:20
Fewer properties are being built, more people are continuing to rent rather than buying due and more tenants are taking on longer tenancies – this means that there are more people trying to rent fewer properties. How do you make sure you rent successfully?
04 October 2011 14:09
If you have been planning to offer your property for sale or let, spending a bit of time in the garden can be time well spent. Here are five tips to make sure your garden doesn’t resemble a tip.
27 September 2011 14:39
Rental properties are in high demand in the current market, but even in this market, if you make the wrong decisions you could easy spend your money on the wrong investments.
14 September 2011 12:20
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) recently released a report to assess the state of British house building The findings – the average 3 bedroom house falls short of the minimum recommended space standards benchmark by a full 8m².
31 August 2011 15:48
The Halifax just reported that the cost of buying a property for first time buyers is just over £100 cheaper per month than renting. Why aren't there more first time buyers?
16 August 2011 16:15
There has been no escape from televised coverage of burning buildings, violence and looting that erupted in London, and Ealing in particular. Will the reputation of our borough be tarnished to the point that our property prices will be affected?