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Hassocks: The Sussex Village Where More People are Buying Houses Than Anywhere Else

People are queuing up to move to Hassocks – and it’s easy to see why! With more people working from home and lockdown wanderlust running wild, an escape to the country might seem more appealing than ever. This is certainly the case when it comes to Hassocks, a large West Sussex village a few miles north of Brighton. To read …

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Buoyant Housing Market Sees Mortgage Approvals Top 100,000 in a Month

The number of home loans given the go-ahead by lenders reached its highest level since August 2007, the Bank of England said. More than 100,000 mortgages were approved in November defying expectations that a strong bounce-back in the housing market was set to slow down. To read the full article, click the link below: https://news.sky.com/story/buoyant-housing-market-sees-mortgage-approvals-top-100000-in-a-month-12179202

House Prices Surge By More Than £10,000 in 2020 With Commuter Towns Seeing Biggest Gains

House prices increased dramatically in 2020, despite a plethora of obstacles which saw the property market falter at the beginning of the year. The average UK property increased by £10,177 in value this year. The value of the average UK property increased by more than £10,000 this year, which amounts to £27.81 per day in 2020, according …

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Why Londoners are Flocking to the South Coast’s ‘London-On-Sea’

With so many Londoners moving to Brighton and Hove, it’s small wonder that this vibrant, colourful city on the south coast now goes by the nickname London-on-Sea. A survey by Lloyds Bank found that the BN3 Hove postcode topped the UK popularity poll among young professional home buyers last year. And despite recent months of …

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Demand for Homes in Rural Areas Rises due to the Pandemic

London firm Urbanist Architecture has seen a 65% increase in enquiries for homes in the countryside since Q4 2019, research from architecture and planning firm Urbanist Architecture has found. With the UK population confined to their homes for the majority of 2020, lockdown has caused an increasing number of city dwellers to rethink their current …

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Lockdown 2: English housing market to stay open in lockdown

England is entering a new four-week national lockdown, and there are several things you should know about. Firstly, the government has said you can still move home during this period, which is set to last until 2nd December, as long as you follow the guidelines. This article explains how this second lockdown will impact the housing …

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