Archive: August 2012

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I Want To Sell My House Now

Are you tired of trying to sell your house with no results? Do you need to make a quick house sale? Then you are not alone. In this current economic climate, it is very difficult to make a quick house sale. Trying to use estate agents never quite works the way you want. You may have people viewing your home that seem ready to buy but the sale does not goes through and you end up being let down and feel frustrated. People may even make an offer but it is so low that you simply cannot justify accepting it. Selling a home can be just one headache after another and sometimes your house just sits there for months, with no activity whatsoever. This is of no help when the only thought in your mind is: “I need to sell my house now”.

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Wealthy Property Buyers Create Price Divide In UK Housing Market

For those of you who regularly look at property prices online, you will have noticed a significant division in pricing when it comes certain areas of the country. For example, property prices in London and oddly enough, the South East are continuing to bloom, in some cases by as much as 6.3% on last year. However, in stark contrast, places such as Humberside, the North West and Yorkshire saw a decline in property price by 1.9% during the same period.

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Debt Crisis Makes Investors Think Twice When Looking At Housing Market

The debt crisis, now in its fifth year, has had a significant effect on the overall economy, especially for investors. Anyone investing investing in property in the UK today must, now more than ever, keep abreast of the current economic situation. Understanding of the economic situation via in-depth analysis, should therefore be used, as a guide to determine what the next course of action should be.

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Property Market Suffers Most Severe Decline In Three Years

Their has been a drop in house prices of £1,400 in July as a result of a deepening downturn in the property market and property values falling at their fastest yearly rate for three years, according to Nationwide.

Prices have dropped by 0.7 per cent in July, being down 2.6 per cent from a year previous. Nationwide say this is the severest annual decline since 2009.

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Repossessions Fall To Lowest Levels Since 2010 In Past Three Months

According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), in the second quarter of 2012 there were 8,500 repossessions, about 1,000 fewer than in the first three months of 2012 and the lowest number since the final quarter of 2010. The drop in the second quarter of the year was in line with a seasonal pattern the CML has seen in each of the preceding three years.

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House Sales Fall As Mortgage Lending Drops 5% Since May

From a home sellers point of view, making a quick house sale in this economic climate, is looking to be an unduly difficult and time-consuming process. Many people are turning to a cash property buyer to help sell their house quick, as repossessions, burdensome debts and redundancies continue to overshadow the UK economy.

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Asking Price For Homes Drop 1.7% Since January

Many people looking for a quick house sale are, as a result of falling house prices and a stagnating property market, turning to registered property buyers, who can make them a cash offer that while lower than the market value, ensures a speedy and efficient house sale, in an otherwise stubborn and tricky financial climate.

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Survey Shows Majority Of Homebuyers Decide On Doorstep

When there are more properties than buyers this can only make selling or renting a difficult and arduous task. Therefore, it is not surprising that people who are looking for a quick house sale are turning to registered property buyers, who can give a cash offer within 24 hours and have the deal closed within seven to ten days. This guarantees the sale of the house, negates the need to spend money ‘doing the house up’ and takes care of all the hassle and red tape, commonly associated with going through an estate agent.

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