House prices are predicted to significantly rise over the next 12 months after a turnaround in the market in 2013, according to a recent report by Halifax.
Over the course of 2013, an estimated 337,500 people moved home, a rise of three per cent compared to 2012, reports economicvoice.com
Figures have shown that in the first nine months of the Help to Buy scheme, the equivalent of 46 properties a day were purchased under the government initiative
The number of mortgage options available to landlords has drastically increased over the past three months alone, landlordtoday.co.uk reports.
Those looking to sell their property don't have to wait before finding a buyer, as the average selling time is now down to eight weeks.
New figures have claimed that all northern towns saw property sales increase in 2013 compared to 2012, reports dailymail.co.uk
During January, 32 per cent of houses were sold for their asking price, recent figures have revealed.
The government is on target to deliver 170,000 new affordable properties by the year 2015, as government figures reveal almost 100,000 affordable homes
New data has revealed that house prices are continuing to edge up, as values of North East properties rose by 0.3 per cent in February.
Although property prices rose yet again last month, the increasing pressure on household budgets will help top property values from surging too high