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Olivia Walton (left) was ordered to pay £114,000 to her neighbour after the project 'damaged' Michele Napp's two-storey flat above hers. She claims she cannot afford the payout.
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Rising estate agency fees, stamp duty and home removal costs are among the factors contributing to the increase, according to Lloyds Bank.
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Airbnb is now such a popular way of making money from your home that estate agents are selling properties based on how well they might perform on the site.
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The vast majority of those surveyed, 94 per cent, said they regretted buying a leasehold, and two-thirds of these homeowners feel like they were mis-sold.
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Riverside homes with good fishing homes command high prices — especially if you’re on one of the chalk streams of the South such as the Test, Loddon or Itchen.
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The rectory (and to a slightly lesser extent the vicarage, which is often smaller) was traditionally a significant house, built for an important figure in the community. Now they are a buyer's favourite.
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You can now buy burglar alarms, cameras and even doorbells that let you monitor your home remotely. They connect to the internet so you can see what's happening at home on your smartphone.
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Parents are putting themselves in financially vulnerable positions in order to help their kids get into their first homes. But there are ways to help children without damaging your own situation.
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A scathing report has urged Government to introduce mandatory landlord licensing, extra fees and annual inspections to stamp out slum conditions.
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In a quarterly report, KPMG blamed high prices, uncertainty and rising interest rates, with the slowdown likely to be felt most in London and the South East.
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