In this week’s article I talk about the 20 biggest streets in TW3 in terms of the number of households on that street or road then compare their total values and how many people have moved homes in the last three years on those streets, with some most interesting and intriguing outcomes.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market, I look at the number of people locally who own their home with and without a mortgage, breaking those stats down by age range. From that information, the issue of retired people having a mortgage is highlighted and also how homeownership is changing slowly to a more European model.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market, I compare the population of Hounslow and the density of people living in Hounslow to nearby towns / cities and other hotspots around the country to decide if we are overcrowded.
In this week’s article, I talk about the recent Government permanent relaxation of the planning permission regulations with regard to extensions and how it could affect the Hounslow property market. I also talk about how office blocks and shops are being converted into homes and the possible effect on landlords and homeowners in Hounslow
In this weeks article on the Hounslow property market we look back at the last 12 months to see how many properties have sold compared to the long-term average, what’s happened to Hounslow property prices by property type and then we look forward to the short, medium and long term – what affects the new PM and his policies will have on the property market, both locally and Nationally
In this weeks’ article on the Hounslow property market I talk about the stressfulness of moving home and what Hounslow homeowners, Hounslow landlords, Hounslow tenants and Hounslow buyers can do to mitigate and lower their stress levels when moving home in Hounslow. I then look at the last 36 months Hounslow property sales and see which streets and roads in Hounslow have moved to the most.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market we talk about the affordability of buying a home in Hounslow since 1997 and how these changes have meant the demand for private rental properties in Hounslow will continue to grow for the foreseeable future.
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