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  • Rightmove's top tips for finding hotspots for house prices
    groundwork and arming yourself with a little useful knowledge Research key to identifying future growth in house prices The secret to making an effective property investment is identifying opportunities before the rest of the market and to do this requires in depth research You should try to adopt a mindset of constantly looking ahead and pre empting the market Keep abreast of the news and think about how external factors could boost property prices in the future such as major development plans Traditionally transport has always played an important role in creating house price growth districts If plans are afoot to substantially develop the local transport network or enhance links with larger populated areas then it is logical to assume that this will have a positive knock on effect on house prices Foreseeing the ripple the house prices overflow Even if you appear to have missed the boat in an area where house prices are already growing be aware of what property experts call the ripple effect This is where a hotspot becomes so attractive and popular that many people find themselves priced out of the market They normally stay close by however moving to peripheral areas that will eventually become hotspots themselves These areas also offer terrific investment potential so why delay Start you research into future house prices today with Rightmove House prices articles Historical house prices House Price Index methodology Impacts on house prices Hidden issues that affect house prices Easy ways to boost house prices House prices and the extra buying costs House prices and inflation Understanding house price valuations House prices and the benefits of buy to let This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies we use Safety and Security Rightmove PLC About Rightmove PLC Contact Us Rightmove for professionals Agents

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  • House prices and extra buying costs - with Rightmove
    what next Well hopefully you ve already secured a mortgage if needed and if you have you ll know that lenders will usually charge an Arrangement Fee The exact amount will vary depending on the product A Higher Lending Fee also known as a Mortgage Indemnity Fee may also be payable if you borrow a large percentage of the value of the house Before granting you a mortgage your lender will also require you to pay for a valuation of the property since they have to be sure that the house in question will form sufficient security against their loan This payment which can vary from lender to lender and is dependent on the size of the property is generally required when you submit your initial application In addition to the valuation you can also carry out a building survey which may well save you money in the long run by flagging up any problems with the property Prices vary depending on how comprehensive you want the survey to be If a survey determines that work needs done on the property you may be able to negotiate a reduction on the house price More mortgage related fees and costs to add to house prices Depending on the price of the property you may be required to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax of between one and four per cent This tax is payable to the government and graded into bands depending on the property price Most mortgage lenders will require you to take out a life insurance policy so that if you die they can recoup the value of the loan Furthermore you will need buildings insurance and will probably be offered other optional insurance policies such as accident unemployment or critical sickness insurance to consider Your bank estate agent mortgage

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  • House prices and inflation - with Rightmove
    030 and it isn t difficult to see how much house prices have inflated in the intervening 59 years Essentially a house in modern Britain costs roughly 121 times as much as it did in the early 1950s The causes of house prices inflation What factors are involved in pushing up house prices then There are numerous arguments involved but one of the simplest explanations involves the economic principle of supply and demand When there s increased demand for or reduced supply of homes house prices will go up In recent history housing demand has been very strong especially during the nineties and early noughties This of course changed when the credit crunch hit Meanwhile shortage of supply has long been a problem in the UK housing market especially in popular areas Consequently this means that only a very slight increase in demand can cause a proportionally significant rise in house prices Keep up to date on house prices inflation with Rightmove Monitoring changes in the UK house prices market on both a month on month and year on year basis the Rightmove House Price Index is formulated using the largest and most up to date sample of property asking prices in the UK As such it paints a comprehensive picture of the current state of the property market in this country and should be your first port of call for the latest house prices and rate of inflation information House prices articles Historical house prices House Price Index methodology Impacts on house prices Hidden issues that affect house prices Easy ways to boost house prices Tips for finding hotspots for house prices House prices and the extra buying costs Understanding house price valuations House prices and the benefits of buy to let This site Site Map Help Terms of

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  • Understanding house price valuations - with Rightmove
    into play such as location and current demand All these factors are then combined to produce a fair valuation As this valuation is then used to ascertain the level of mortgage you can obtain it is essential you understand the contributory factors Property inspection specifics and the effect on house prices Whether you are buying or selling a house the valuer will usually look at the same specifics when judging a property such as Age Size Wear and tear Structural improvements Fittings Room layout Electrics heating Extras e g double glazing Storage space The surveyor undertakes a detailed inspection during which he assesses every room including additional external structures nothing is overlooked He or she takes measurements and photos throughout the property to help him reach an eventual decision This valuation is then used by sellers as a basis for setting house prices or by the potential buyer i e you when applying for a mortgage General factors that influence surveys house prices There are various other general factors that hold sway when it comes to surveys including Desirability appeal Location Demand Consequently when a surveyor puts together a valuation for you he or she takes into account the house prices of recent sales in that area as well as the general attractiveness of the neighbourhood Once you obtain the valuation you are well on your way to acquiring a mortgage and the property you desire House prices articles Historical house prices House Price Index methodology Impacts on house prices Hidden issues that affect house prices Easy ways to boost house prices Tips for finding hotspots for house prices House prices and the extra buying costs House prices and inflation House prices and the benefits of buy to let This site Site Map Help Terms of Use Privacy Policy Cookies

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  • House prices and the benefits of buy-to-let - with Rightmove
    growth and rental yield Capital growth which can also be known as capital appreciation is when the value of your buy to let property increases over time It s important to recognise however that while property value goes up it can also come down Local house prices and market conditions can have a significant effect on capital growth Rental yield meanwhile is the amount of money you will receive from your tenant s in rent As rental market conditions change over time the hope is that you will be able to increase your letting income by raising rent as well Finding the best house prices and buy to let properties As the UK s number one property website Rightmove can help landlords in several different ways You can use our respected House Price Index to ascertain the cost of properties in your area you can easily find available houses with the intention of buying and renting them out and you can also find a tenant by showcasing your rental property on our website Finding a property that will reward you with a good level of capital growth and rental yield isn t easy Long before you start studying house prices or buying a property for letting purposes you should endeavour to understand what will appeal to tenants as well as what your responsibilities as a landlord will be Successful buying to let is dependent on among other things Purchasing a nice property in a good location which will appeal to a broad range of potential tenants Finding tenants who are well behaved and pay their rent promptly Having the time and money to manage the tenancy properly Complying with letting regulations If you re sure you can meet these requirements the next step is to arrange a buy to let

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  • Will Help to Buy help you? Exploding some common myths | Property Blog by Rightmove
    today in some parts of the country compared to five years ago part influenced by the difficulty of buyers obtaining mortgages Help to Buy will increase demand for property though crucially it is not just for first time buyers and so as existing home owners move they will have to sell helping to increase property supply Help to Buy is scheduled to last for three years the thinking being the mortgage market will be functioning better when it finishes enabling a smooth transition Q I don t need or want a government backed mortgage how will this affect me A It is likely that many of the mortgage products for those with a deposit of 10 or more will not be assisted by the governments Help to Buy scheme However the improved lending environment should mean more competitive rates for those with 10 to 20 deposit benefitting all buyers whether in the scheme or not For those with 5 deposit this government underwritten scheme is the only real option Q Will I be dependent on the state if I take out a Help to Buy mortgage Can they change the rules A A Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee is essentially the same as a traditional 95 repayment mortgage with all the usual terms and conditions between you and the lender However as part of the Mortgage Guarantee agreement between the government and the lender the lender is not able to offer a Help to Buy assisted mortgage in some circumstances such as buy to let mortgages In reality you may not even spot it is a Help to Buy mortgage other than being a 95 loan to value Equity Loan Help to Buy mortgages on new build properties obviously have more rules Q Is this phase of Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee just an extension of the Equity Loan scheme to existing properties A No Phase two is a Mortgage Guarantee scheme It involves a traditional repayment mortgage with a loan to value of up to 95 and is available on both new build and existing property There is no equity loan A buyer with a 5 deposit should ask a mortgage advisor to explore the possibility of a Help to Buy backed mortgage for the remaining 95 Phase one Equity Loan is available on new build properties only and will run alongside the Mortgage Guarantee scheme The Help to Buy schemes are subject to terms and conditions Please check eligibility criteria with your mortgage advisor or IFA Sign up here to receive accurate information on Help to Buy from us as we get it Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google Email Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Claire Poolman Latest Posts By Claire Poolman Buy Michael Caine s former home January 2016 property trends infographic Top 5 deposit friendly decorating tips for renters Previous article Surprise Help to Buy announcement prompts fourfold traffic increase on Rightmove Next article The Help to Buy handy checklist You may

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  • The Government schemes that could help first-time buyers | Property Blog by Rightmove
    buy a new build or an older home anywhere in the UK with just a 5 deposit You can read more about these schemes here Help to Buy ISA If you re saving towards your first home a Help to Buy ISA will boost your savings by 25 when you save up to 200 a month for every 200 you save the Government will top it up with 50 The scheme launches on 1 st December 2015 Right to Buy If you re a council tenant in England the Right to Buy scheme could help you buy the home you rent with a discount of up to 77 900 103 900 in London The site will allow currently eligible tenants to get in depth information and allow housing association tenants to sign up for updates on changes that will result in them becoming eligible as early as next year to own their home Starter Homes If you re a first time buyer the upcoming Starter Homes scheme could help you buy a new build home with a 20 discount You can register your interest now Shared Ownership If you can t quite afford to buy 100 of a home you could buy a share of your home instead and pay rent on the rest Self Build Portal Are you a budding interior designer or dream of building your own home The Self Build Portal could empower you to make your dream a reality Discounted Sales If you want to buy a home where you have a local connection this scheme could help you do that with a 25 50 discount There are also specialist schemes available for those serving in HM Armed Forces If you want to find out more details for any of the schemes listed and others available to you visit www ownyourhome gov uk Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google Email Tags deposit first time buyers Government help to buy schemes Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts guest Latest Posts By guest How to Choose Accommodation for your Second Year at University The Listed Property Owners Club Top 5 Tips for Buying an Historic Home 5 tips if you re stepping onto the property ladder in 2016 Previous article Buy to let in retirement should you take the plunge Next article 10 hacks to make selling and moving simple You may also like How to Choose Accommodation for your Second Year at University The Listed Property Owners Club Top 5 Tips for Buying an Historic Home 5 tips if you re stepping onto the property ladder in 2016 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Please answer the following question to check you re not a robot 9 6 Comment Read More Celebrity Homes Dream Properties Property Advice Rightmove News Property News Housing Trends Rental Trends Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015

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  • What is the new Help-to-Buy ISA and could it help you get on the housing ladder? | Property Blog by Rightmove
    max amount How much can you save The initial deposit is capped at 1 000 Then you can pay in a maximum of 200 a month That means the quickest you d be able to get to the magic 12 000 is four and a half years though you can claim the bonus on a balance of 1 600 gaining you an extra 400 There s a cap on the value of properties you can use the ISA for In London they can t cost more than 450 000 Elsewhere it s a max of 250 000 Who s it for It s only for first time buyers in the UK and you can only ever have one in your lifetime although it s not limited to one ISA per property That means more than one person can combine their Buy to Let ISAs and bonuses when buying together You ll also have to be over 16 years old When do they start These new ISAs will be available from the Autumn this year and they should be around for new customers for four years Get more helpful information from the Money Advice Service s First Time Buyer Guide or check out Rightmove s Mortgage Affordability Calculator to see the effect a mortgage could have on your budget All information accurate at time of publication This article is provided by the Money Advice Service Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google Email Tags advice deposit help to buy ISA MAS Money Advice Service Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Claire Poolman Latest Posts By Claire Poolman Buy Michael Caine s former home January 2016 property trends infographic Top 5 deposit friendly decorating tips for renters Previous article March property trends infographic Next article Step up your saleability You may also like How to Choose Accommodation for your Second Year at University The Listed Property Owners Club Top 5 Tips for Buying an Historic Home 5 tips if you re stepping onto the property ladder in 2016 Read More Celebrity Homes Dream Properties Property Advice Rightmove News Property News Housing Trends Rental Trends Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 March 2010

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