In the late Spring, the Government announced that they were planning to end no-fault evictions for tenants living in private rented accommodation. In this article we look at the impact for Hounslow homeowners, Hounslow tenants and Hounslow buy-to-let landlords.
In this week’s article, we talk about the number of property transactions in the Hounslow area since 1995 and how the long-term decline in the number of people are buying and selling locally affects the local economy.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market, we look at the number of properties on sale today compared to 12 months ago and also how long Hounslow properties are remaining on the market over the same timeframe. This makes interesting reading for both Hounslow house sellers and Hounslow buyers.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market, I consider what effect the lack of bungalows and affordable sheltered accommodation is having on the older homeowners in Hounslow, how it’s affecting everyone in the housing ladder and where opportunities might lay for savvy Hounslow property investors to make some money due to the imbalance of supply and demand.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market we look at the leasehold and ground rent scandal that has fallen over the whole of the country leaving many first-time buyers unable to sell their home. In the article itself we look at the possible implications for local people having unsellable homes.
In this week’s article on the Hounslow property market, we consider if the large number of new homes being built locally have enough bedrooms to meet the demand and how that will affect the overall Hounslow property market both now and in the future
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.