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Home.co.uk In The Media
|Sep 17||Property Industry Eye - Overall, says Home, time on the market has increased by three days over the last month to 87, while the total number of properties on the market in England and Wales is down 4% annually.|
|Sep 17||Estate Agent Today - HouseSimple's methodology involves the analysis of around 500,000 properties listed on Home.co.uk, and looks specifically at over 100 major UK towns and cities.|
|Sep 17||The Negotiator - In terms of speed, earlier this year property website home.co.uk claimed that the average time taken to sell a property via private treaty is now 196 days.|
|Aug 17||The Telegraph - But it is Salford that is the shining star, according to the property website home.co.uk, with average rental yields of 5.4pc but a "real yield" (rental yield plus capital appreciation) of 32.3pc.|
|Aug 17||The Times - According to a survey published by the property search portal Home.co.uk last week, both markets are the most improved over the past 12 months, with prices up 6.5% in the East Midlands and 4.3% in the West Midlands.|
|Jul 17||Estate Agent Today - Housing market "in a period of stagflation" claims website|
|Jul 17||Estate Agent Today - Niche directories are sites that are specific to a certain profession or service, such as http://www.home.co.uk/ for estate agents.|
|Jun 17||Landlord Today - Sharp decline in homes to let|
|Jun 17||Letting Agent Today - Website claims 11.6% drop in available letting stock since 2011|
|Jun 17||FT Adviser - Best place to be a landlord named|
|Jun 17||Letting Agent Today - Analysis of data from Home.co.uk by property crowdfunding plaform Property Partner shows that the Staffordshire town [Stoke-on-Trent] provides landlords with the best returns and affordability.|
|May 17||Homes & Property - After years of continuous growth, prices being sought in Greater London are down 1.6 per cent year on year. The average asking price is now £544,103 according to home.co.uk.|
|May 17||Estate Agent Today - London prices drop but regional markets performing well|
|May 17||The Times - Next on the list of locations where properties spend the longest time on the market, compiled by Home.co.uk, is Bangor, north Wales, at 172 days - but eight of the worst 10 places are in London.|
|Apr 17||BBC - Doug Shepherd, director of home.co.uk said: "The fact is that both the London and south-east property markets have slowed markedly and the supply of homes for sale is still increasing.|
|Apr 17||Estate Agent Today - 'Stagnating' housing market say surveyors and listings website|
|Apr 17||Mirror - "According to Home.co.uk, the average asking price for a property with five bedrooms is £384,338."|
|Mar 17||Express - Doug Shephard, director at Home.co.uk, added: "Buy-to-let lest investment, wary of overbought London and SE, is heading North in search of better yields|
|Feb 17||The Independent - A detached home in London now stays on the market for an average of 196 days before it sells - a total of 37 days more than in February of last year, according to the website Home.co.uk|
|Feb 17||Estate Agent Today - House prices "going nowhere in real terms" warns latest index|
|Jan 17||Daily Mail - Young people unable to afford to buy in Oxford and Cambridge are looking at average prices in Milton Keynes of £329,451, according to Home.co.uk after a rise of five per cent in the last 12 months.|
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