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Homeowners over 65yo make up 31% of all the owned homes in the UK, yet since the pandemic, the tendency of OAPs to move home has significantly reduced.
With Rightmove announcing a national drop in average asking prices in August, some are asking if the steam has been let out of the Leeds property market
With UK house prices rising by 13.2% in the last 12 months, many Leeds homebuyers have chosen to move into rented accommodation. What does this mean for Leeds homeowners and Leeds landlords, and how it will affect the Leeds property market as whole
Whether you are a Leeds homeowner, first-time buyer or landlord; the last 15 months has been a roller coaster ride when it comes to the Leeds property market.
1 in 5 people in the UK are of retirement age, yet only 1 in 14 homes in the country are bungalows, and looking locally in Leeds, only 1 in 54 homes are bungalows.
The Semi-Detached House – the icon of middle-class aspiration, the pinnacle of liberalism yet at the same time compromised individuality, the ‘semi’ as it is colloquially termed is, for many Leeds homeowners, the highpoint of modern domestic bliss
as 197.3% more people sell in June compared to the Leeds area 10-year average
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Yet Bitcoin investors would have made £9,865,400 in profit. Is investing in ‘Bricks & Mortar’ dead?
The cost of building materials for new homes has grown between 60% and 120% in the last 12 months. This could have serious implications for Leeds homeowners and Leeds landlords for the cost of their mortgages and ultimately Leeds house prices.