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Home.co.uk In The Media
|Jun 17||Landlord Today - Sharp decline in homes to let|
|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.|
|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.|
|Oct 16||Estate Agent Today - Price-cutting of homes on sale at three-year high says website|
|Aug 16||Estate Agent Today - Website claims London now has Brexit-inspired 'panic selling' at cut prices|
|Aug 16||Estate Agent Today - To compile the Index, HouseSimple looks at some 500,000 properties listed on the Home.co.uk website|
|Jul 16||Estate Agent Today - Index claims London and some regions showing first Brexit price falls|
|Jul 16||Evening Standard - Doug Shephard, director of Home.co.uk said: "It is too early to fully appreciate the Brexit fallout for the UK property market but the initial indications are certainly worrying."|
|Jun 16||Estate Agent Today - Some regional house price rises now unsustainable says website Home|
|Jun 16||Estate Agent Today - Supply drought not enough to prevent price falls, warn industry experts|
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