The affordability ratio for England and Wales hit another peak at 7.83 in 2018. This means that the median property price in England and Wales is now 7.83 times more than gross average annual earnings, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
6 out of 10 people across the UK support the drive to cut emissions to almost zero by 2050, according to a recent poll reported by the Independent. To reach net zero in this timeframe, millions of people will need turn their heating down to 19°C in winter, as one of many lifestyle changes according to the Committee on Climate Change.
Whilst the living
room is usually considered ‘the heart of any home’ in most UK households, the
kitchen plays a much more central role in day-to-day family life. Follow these
simple guidelines to achieve kitchen bliss!
It’s a boy! Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their baby son! While we await news of his name, in property terms which are the most valuable, or familiar of the bookmakers’ favourites?
April is National Home Improvements month. Property owners across the UK have spent almost £8,000 each on home improvements over the last five years, a staggering £48 billion in total, according to new research by the National Association of Estate Agent.