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Property Market Archive
Properties for sale are increasingly in demand, creating an upward trend in house prices.
According to a survey of the major UK banks, lending may limit the property market for another couple of years.
There are fears that the ?550 million bankers? bonus tax may have a negative impact on the London property market, as well as sectors like the restaurant and jewellery trades.
There has been a ?seasonal dip? in mortgage lending, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
The number of mortgages being approved by the main lenders rose again in June and is now at a 15-month high.
The property markets in many countries around the world have made a strong recovery.
Landlord company Great Portland recently announced new acquisitions and a rise in net asset value.
George Osborne?s decision increased capital gains tax to only 28 per cent for high-rate taxpayers, bringing considerable relief to investors.
A report has shown that house-price affordability may have peaked as the index was on the way down again in quarter three.