A look back at the Hounslow housing market over the last decade .. 2011 to 2021 and where it’s future lies. If you are a future Hounslow home buyer, Hounslow homeowner or Hounslow buy to let landlord, this is an article you should not ignore.
“Hounslow first-time buyers can now buy their first Hounslow home using 5% deposit mortgages. Yet higher mortgage rates could see Hounslow buyers paying a lot more each month for the privilege?
Has there ever been a better time for Hounslow home sellers? The Hounslow property market, for people looking to sell, is at its sturdiest for at least the last five years with home buyers jumping […]
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced two initiatives to keep the Hounslow property market firing on all cylinders into 2021. Firstly, the £500,000 zero-rate Stamp Duty band has been extended to the 30th June 2021. After […]
Most people pay Stamp Duty Tax when they buy a property, house, apartment or other land and buildings over a particular price in the UK. The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak (quickly followed suit by the Welsh and Scottish Governments), announced last July that Stamp Duty was partially being suspended on all English property transactions up to £500,000 (£250,000 in Wales and Scotland) – a Stamp Duty Holiday.
Christmas Eve brought the news that Boris Johnson had conclusively agreed on a Brexit deal for the UK with the European Union. This gave optimism that the economic turmoil of leaving the EU would be radically reduced, yet what will this ‘trade deal’ do to the value of your Hounslow home and the mortgage payments you will have to make?
12 months ago, the unemployment rate in Hounslow stood at 3.5% of the working population, yet with Coronavirus hitting the UK, what impact will this rise in unemployment have on the Hounslow property market?
n the last few months, the Hounslow (and UK) property market has resisted and flouted every economist’s prediction. With the economy a shadow of its former self, unemployment set to hit 11.9%, the Government on track to borrow nearly half a trillion pounds to pay for Coronavirus support packages etc.,