We have seen a large boom in the housing market for the past two years. Yet with the current economic situation and the threat of recession looming, will this cause a period of stagnation in the market?
A recent report form the ONS has made for some bleak reading. In it we can see house prices surging and becoming more and more difficult to afford. In this article we take a look at the report, what the issues are and their possible solutions
The current government's policy is to build 340,000 new houses a year. However, the lack of brownfield sites means that England's villages are under threat of mass development. Could this cause more trouble for the government?
Over the past year we have seen house prices continue to grow each month. But now some experts think that the rapid growth we have seen is soon set to stop. In this article we take a look at what these causes could be and if the bubble is finally set to burst.
Everybody knows that to get a mortgage, you need a good credit score. But how does it all work? Read Credibble's explainer to learn more.
In 1986 the big bang occurred at the London Stock Exchange. This would have a profound effect on the financial markets for years to come and indirectly effect the housing market. In this blog post we explain the causes of the big bang was and it's consequences, both positive and negative.
We hear a lot in the news that it is very difficult for first time buyers to get onto the property ladder. But is there now a beam of hope for first time buyers? We explain the current statistics and how they may shed some light for first time buyers.
In the past 18 months we have seen a boom in the housing market. But whilst the prices of houses has been on the rise it has also exposed a crisis within the British housing market. In this blog post we will be explaining the issues that people currently face across the country and what the government are trying to do to resolve these issues.
Over the past few years we have seen people move out of London into the surrounding areas, this is known as capital flight. In this blog post we look into what capital flight is, why people are leaving and will we see it continue to rise?
The COVID-19 pandemic has had negative effects on the housing market. Here's our take on the situation and a consideration of what to do next.