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All the signs are that the Leeds housing market is sat on good foundations, yet one key hazard could still scupper the market.
…as Leeds first-time buyers now only need a 5% deposit for a mortgage.
Will Leeds house prices fall next year? We discuss the three reasons why house prices in Leeds may fall in 2022 and the three reasons why they may not.
With 68.2% of properties on the market in Leeds sold (subject to contract), the Leeds property market is on fire. Yet for many Leeds property sellers, the buyers seem to missing them out, meaning they can’t move to their dream home.
Over 1 in 4 Leeds Properties Being Sold with No Chain. So is it a good idea to rent in between moving home, to be chain-free?
Over 1 in 4 Leeds properties are currently being sold with no-chain. Why are so many Leeds property owners selling without a chain? Is it a good idea to rent in between moving home and what will this mean for the Leeds property market? Read the article to find out.
A look back at the Leeds housing market over the last decade, from 2011 to 2021, and where it’s future lies. If you are a future Leeds home buyer, Leeds homeowner or Leeds buy to let landlord, this is an article you should not ignore.
Leeds Property Market Improved by 25.7% Over Pre-Pandemic Levels - has there ever been a better time for Leeds home sellers?
The Leeds property market has improved by 25.7% over pre-pandemic levels, so we have to ask if there has there ever been a better time for Leeds Property owners?
Leeds first-time buyers can now buy their first Leeds home using 5% deposit mortgages. Yet higher mortgage rates could see Leeds buyers paying a lot more each month for the privilege.
Leeds Home Buyers £5,042,565 Windfall as Stamp Duty Holiday Stretched to September, and new 5% deposit mortgages for Leeds first-time buyers
Leeds homebuyers were celebrating last week’s extension of the Stamp Duty holiday by the Chancellor until the end of September together with the introduction of 5% deposit mortgages from April. What effect will this have on Leeds house prices and demand for private rented property in Leeds?
With UK property prices rising by 49% in the last 8 years, but wages by just under 12%, many have put some of the blame for the housing crisis on the Baby Boomer generation. Have Leeds Baby Boomers wrecked the Leeds property market for millennials, holding younger families back from buying their own Leeds home?