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KIS Finance surveyed 2,000 Brits to find out their expectation vs reality when it comes to the age they reached life milestones such as affording a house deposit.
The terms lease agreement and rental agreement are often used interchangeably, but it is important to know that these are not the same thing.
It will currently take over two decades for Dublin based home buyers to put a property deposit down, according to brand new research.
More than 50 councils across the country will share nearly £2.4 million of extra funding to crack down on rogue landlords.
With a hike in home energy prices and the need to preserve resources, it is time to become energy efficient to cut bills and protect the future of the planet.
Former service personnel suffering from PTSD or other mental illnesses will be prioritised for social housing under new proposals.
£42 million tidal flood scheme has now had final sign off from the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
The first ever think tank of its kind, a think tank for pets, has been formed to address the severe lack of pet-friendly rented accommodation across the UK
Brits are investing in additional security measures in a bid to keep their homes secure, according to new research.
Research shows that house size is increasing by more than 50% in areas that have been hit by hurricanes
Households across the country are spending a massive £527.30 per household emergency, a total of £3.7bn across the UK
A brand new survey of over 1,000 Britons involved in the UK private rental sector has found a staggering and worrying lack of knowledge when it comes to tenancy deposit laws and rights
Chris Bailey of Action on Empty Homes addresses the question of exactly why is so much of England’s housing stock empty at a time of national housing crisis.
New figures from the Office of National Statistics today show that the number of excess winter deaths exceeded 50,000 the highest on record since the winter of 1975/76
Over eight million properties lie vacant in Japan and the problem is set to get worse due to an ageing and shrinking population.
Over 400,000 people have been able to buy their first home thanks to the Government's Help to Buy schemes, new figures show
More than 180,500 first time buyers have saved a total of £426 million through First Time Buyers Relief, according to HM Revenue and Customs statistics
Romola Davenport and Richard Smith from the University of Cambridge explore epidemiological interactions between rural and urban populations and the consequences of urbanisation.
astudio architects explain that modular has an important part to play in addressing the UK’s housing crisis
Tenants living in some of the coldest homes in England and Wales are set to benefit from amended regulations requiring landlords to install energy efficiency measures, Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry announced today