City Holidays

Holidays are quite special to a family. It means togetherness. Spending time with your loved ones on special days is really one treasured moments. Every single minute counts so wasting time should not be on our list. Grab the chance and be with them. So on special occasions you should take time in choosing the

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How to sell your property in Great Britain

There are potentially two major ways of selling your property in the UK and the process can take two or three months. You can sell via online using instant cash offers websites for example PropertyCashBuyers or you can use  an estate agent or by yourself via and attorney. In either case you must always sign a contract that binds both of you to the terms of the contract failure of which either party can seek legal recourse in a court of law for breach of contract or otherwise.If you decide to use and estate agent , make sure any person interested in buying must submit their offer through the agent.However, these contracts are never valid until both the buyer and the seller exchange contracts and agree to those terms in them.


Investments in New Property Around the UK is the Best Way to Alleviate the Housing Shortage

The housing market is one of the greatest barriers to progress in Britain today. “ - The Rt Hon Theresa May MP

For very many years, the pace of building new homes in the UK has been sluggish and this has made rent and house prices to rise.Everyone in the country today  agrees with the Prime Minister's assertion that housing has increasingly become unaffordable especially for the ordinary citizens who want to buy or rent houses for their families. Most of these folks who account for more than than 2.2 million spend more than a third of their income on housing leaving them with less money to spend on other basic needs.In many cases the effect has been many citizens struggling with mortgage.Many homes around the UK are bought with loans so changes in interest rates can affect the ability of families to afford new homes.

In February this year the UK government published a White Paper on Housing detailing the status of the housing market and its promise on how to deliver radical reforms that would increase supply.The British government did recognise that the  market was broken as a result of people not building enough homes over the last couple of decades.

The  housing problem has been cause by the construction industry that is too reliant on the big players who are small in number.Britain’s 10 largest house building firms build on a yearly basis approximately 60 percent of new homes.Housing associations have also not been left behind, they have contributed almost a third of properties built over the last five years.

It has also been caused by some of the local authorities inadequate planning for the houses they need. Over 40 percent of local planning authorities don't have plans that meet their projected household growth.At the end of January 2017, 34 planning authorities had not published a local plan for consultation despite having over twelve years to do so.The country needs at least 225,000 to 275,000 new houses in a year to keep the paace with the ever increasing population