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The latest housing and mortgage news from Teachers Building Society.
A new survey, commissioned by GoCompare Energy, found that 85% of households plan to limit the amount of energy they use this winter, potentially leaving their homes cold.
New figures from the government show that the number of new homes in England has risen by 15% over the past year with 1.1 million additional homes being built since 2010.
The number of mortgages in arrears of 2.5 per cent or more of the outstanding balance fell again in the third quarter of 2017 according to new data from UK Finance, but cases of possession edged upwards from an historically low level.
Prices in the three months to October were 4.5% higher than in the same three months a year ago according to new data.
Homeowners in Bedford are the most ‘hawk-eyed’ in Britain, according to Zoopla’s latest research.
According to latest research buy Defaqto only 22% of home insurance policies include cover for home emergencies, such as boiler breakdown.
After analysing thousands of claims, Co-op Insurance revealed that the number of claims relating to home thefts increase by 36% in the five months after the clocks go back.
There is a real lack of understanding around the house buying process and the associated costs amongst those looking to buy their first home according to new reearch.
Latest research suggests commuting for an hour can save London homebuyers an average of £480,858 and a 40 minute commute could save £372,255.
The Government is examining the home-buying process, probing the unscrupulous practice of gazumping - where people who have already had an offer accepted on a home can be outbid by rival buyers.
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