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  • Media - HousePriceWiki
    Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Media Redirected from News It has been alleged that elements in the media is a vested interest in higher house prices because it is dependent on advertising from property companies Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Media oldid 2977 Category Keywords About

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  • Home staging - HousePriceWiki
    best possible price If done well then this certainly works but alas so many people just put their house on the market without any effort and wonder in amazement why it just hasn t sold Here are the key points of home staging De clutter People don t like to see a mess so make sure that everythign is neat and tidy and that things that will detract from a sale are moved to a storage facility De personalise It s all very well having photos of your family but when you want to sell you should probably remove all of this After all you want the people looking at your house to imagine themselves living there and anything overly personal will detract from this Neutralise Do what the new build home sellers do and neutralise your property You may love your purple walls in the bedroom but this will alienate a great deal of buyers If you hate neutral colours then tough you are doing this to sell your property and you must focus end objective You may well find it beneficial to take a look arounda show home on a new build property to see how the professionals

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  • Investment - HousePriceWiki
    pension fund companies then have no choice but to go out and find property projects in which to invest in This is also the case for property unit trusts OEIC s and investment trusts At the time of writing April 2006 most of the large property funds are currently running and high cash levels of around 20 which is much higher than the long term average simply because there is too much money flowing into this asset class If you move down the scale to the medium size companies then the range of property investment becomes more diverse with more of a reliance on turning projects around quickly for a profit Many of these companies are looking for short to medium term returns on their investment rather that medium to long term Private developers Buy to Let This covers all the buy to let investors who either do this as a full time job or do it in addition to having a full time job and fit in developing around evenings weekends and holidays This is the area which has seen the biggest growth with the number of buy to let mortgage increasing from 120 300 in 2001 to a staggering 701 900 in 2005 This is without doubt the biggest factor in the current housing bubble which has been fuelled by the availability of cheap credit and low interest rates Secondary property investment It is also possible to invest in the housing market without getting your hands dirty There are a range of Unit trusts OEIC s Investment Trusts and various other property investment schemes to choose from You can also invest directly in the shares of house builders mortgage lenders or commercial developers Cash savings Cash can be invested in a wide range of savings account ranging from

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  • Investment - HousePriceWiki
    pension fund companies then have no choice but to go out and find property projects in which to invest in This is also the case for property unit trusts OEIC s and investment trusts At the time of writing April 2006 most of the large property funds are currently running and high cash levels of around 20 which is much higher than the long term average simply because there is too much money flowing into this asset class If you move down the scale to the medium size companies then the range of property investment becomes more diverse with more of a reliance on turning projects around quickly for a profit Many of these companies are looking for short to medium term returns on their investment rather that medium to long term Private developers Buy to Let This covers all the buy to let investors who either do this as a full time job or do it in addition to having a full time job and fit in developing around evenings weekends and holidays This is the area which has seen the biggest growth with the number of buy to let mortgage increasing from 120 300 in 2001 to a staggering 701 900 in 2005 This is without doubt the biggest factor in the current housing bubble which has been fuelled by the availability of cheap credit and low interest rates Secondary property investment It is also possible to invest in the housing market without getting your hands dirty There are a range of Unit trusts OEIC s Investment Trusts and various other property investment schemes to choose from You can also invest directly in the shares of house builders mortgage lenders or commercial developers Cash savings Cash can be invested in a wide range of savings account ranging from

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  • Mortgages - HousePriceWiki
    the mortgage over i e extend its term these are called Interest only mortgages Most of the mortgage types described below can come as interest only Do not be fooled these mortgages do not save you money in fact they cost you significantly more The banks job is to part you from your money Contents 1 Repayment mortgage 2 Variable rate mortgage 3 Tracker rate mortgage 4 Fixed rate mortgage 5 Self cert or self certification mortgage 6 Flexible Mortgage 7 Endowment Mortgage 8 See also Repayment mortgage This is the traditional mortgage each month you pay of the interest and part of the capital Recently these have been out of fashion however they are a good solid mortgage Variable rate mortgage A variable rate can change whenever the bank feels like changing it Tracker rate mortgage A tracker rate mortgage tracks the Bank of England base rate When the base rate goes up then the mortgage rate goes up by the same amount and vice verca Fixed rate mortgage A fixed rate mortgage is fixed for however long you agree the term of the fix This can be useful if you want piece of mind to know how much you are paying but you can often end up paying more unless the interest rate moves in your favour Self cert or self certification mortgage If you are self employed or can t prove your income then this mortgage is based on affordability It has been widely abused though and has played its part in driving up property prices Flexible Mortgage Flexible terms often meaning that you can take payment breaks and overpay on your mortgage repayments without penalty Endowment Mortgage With these mortgages you paid of the interest each money and also paid some money in to an investment

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  • Repossessed - HousePriceWiki
    Main Page Recent changes Random page Help Views Page Discussion View source History Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Repossessed Your home will be repossessed by your lender if you do not keep up the mortgage repayments See also Distressed Sale Flash sale property companies Retrieved from http www housepricecrash co uk wiki index php title Repossessed oldid 3371 Category Keywords About us Contact

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  • Differences between the main house price indices - HousePriceWiki
    no seasonal adjustment This is the definitive source of historical house price data Land Registry web site ODPM Office of the Deputy Prime Minister is now called Communities and Local Government This index measure prices at completion stage over the previous month ODPM monthly data not seasonally adjusted Communities and Local Government web site Financial Times House Price Index The FT Mixed Adjusted index weights information from the Halifax Nationwide and Office of the Deputy Prime Minister according to their past reliability in predicting Land Registry figures The output is smoothed to avoid the erratic month to month fluctuations observed in some other indices Halifax This index is based on mortgage approvals of loans agreed by Halifax Bank of Scotland HBOS over the previous month It is seasonally adjusted Nationwide This index is based on mortgage approvals of loans agreed by Nationwide Building Society over the previous month It is seasonally adjusted Rightmove This index is compiled from the asking prices of properties as they come on the market via Rightmove s member estate agents over the previous month The index covers half the market It is not seasonally adjusted Issues please see main forum thread on House Prices We

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  • First Time Buyers - HousePriceWiki
    Index Main Page House prices Differences in the house price indices First Time Buyers Buying a home Buying to Let Renting your home Mortgages Savings Investing Pensions Economics Topical Northern Rock Sub prime Credit Crunch Quotes Categories Keywords Articles People First Time Buyers are the lifeblood of the housing market Without them the market would grind to a halt and we would have stagnation which would eventually turn into a house price crash Recently first time buyers have been priced out of the housing market by Buy to let landlords During the house price boom first time buyers have seen house price inflation rise well above pay rises and the interest that they were getting on their savings The UK now has thousands of first time buyers that are living in private rented accommodation waiting for prices to return to affordable levels The good news for First Time Buyers is that rental levels are relatively low compared to the cost of mortgage repayments on the property that is being rented so first time buyers can still afford to live in a suitable property just not buy it yet This is one of the key counter arguments regarding the issue of

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