In this weeks article on the Hounslow property market, I consider the historic effect that new homes make on the whole Hounslow property market, whether we are building enough homes and what that means for existing Hounslow homeowners and Hounslow landlords
Board games seem a thing of the past for youngsters nowadays with their consoles and mobile phones yet […]
In this article, I look at how green and eco-friendly the households in Hounslow are and the potential effect of making them greener in the coming years.
In this week’s article I talk about how nationally, we as a country are moving less often than people in the 1970’s and 1980’s and what that means to Hounslow homeowners and Hounslow landlords.
In this week’s article I talk about the Council house waiting list over the last eight years and how that would affect the property market for Hounslow homeowners and landlords in the future
I talk about the type of properties that are currently built in Hounslow, whether we’re building the right sort of properties to meet the current levels of demand in Hounslow and what the future holds for both landlords and homeowners in Hounslow with this information.
In this week’s article, we talk about the number of properties on the market today compared to a year ago and also take a look at how long property is on the market today compared to a year ago. I then analyse the numbers and talk about what they mean for Hounslow property sellers, Hounslow landlords and Hounslow homeowners alike
In this week’s article on the Hounslow Property Market, I talk about how unemployment is an important factor to judge the health of the Hounslow Property Market. I also touch on the obsession of house prices, when in fact housing transactions could be a better judge of the condition, vigour and direction on whether to buy and sell your next home in Hounslow.