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The rise of the silver renter in the UK
The rise of the silver renter in the UK

by Valerie Bannister, Head of Lettings at Your Move

Almost half (40%) of tenants living in private rental accommodation across the UK are aged over 46, signalling the rise of the ‘Silver Renter’. 

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Have your children flown the nest? Our top tips for downsizing…
Have your children flown the nest? Our top tips for downsizing…

by Your Move

Like many parents, you will have raised your children in your current family home, but after they have fled the nest to attend University or start the next chapter in their life, you may find yourself in home that feels too big.

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Shared ownership opportunities
Shared ownership opportunities

by Your Move

Shared ownership is an option for those, mainly first time buyers, who don’t have a large enough deposit and level of income for the more usual routes into home ownership. At Your Move at any one time we have many properties throughout the country available to buy through shared ownership schemes and here’s a selection currently available:

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The rise of the silver renter in the UK
The rise of the silver renter in the UK

by Valerie Bannister, Head of Lettings at Your Move

Almost half (40%) of tenants living in private rental accommodation across the UK are aged over 46, signalling the rise of the ‘Silver Renter’. 

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Staying safe in your home - gas safety
Staying safe in your home - gas safety

by Your Move

Gas Safety Week starts today! We continue our series blogs about making sure your house is as safe as possible with tips about gas safety in your clothes. We also have advice for landlords and tenants regarding gas safety safety.

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Could you be sitting on a small fortune?
Could you be sitting on a small fortune?

by Your Move

It seems you can’t turn on the TV or go on line, nowadays, without being reminded of the constant shortage of housing within the UK. Due, mainly, to the recent property price boom and household incomes remaining dormant, for yet another year. 

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Scotland’s house price recovery continues
Scotland’s house price recovery continues

by Press Office

House prices in Scotland remain resilient, despite Brexit uncertainty and a slowdown in high value homes. After a brief reversal in June, average prices recovered in July, rising 0.2% to make the average house price in Scotland £169,807. Prices are now up 3%, or £4,932 more, since last July.

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Show off your home's personality with Red Candy and a chance to win a £100 voucher
Show off your home's personality with Red Candy and a chance to win a £100 voucher

by Your Move

Discover your new favourite homeware trend, get your exclusive 20% discount code, and enter a prize draw to win a £100 spend with this quirky homewares company!

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Affordable property drives growth as London slows
Affordable property drives growth as London slows

by Press Office

House prices continued to grow in August - although at a slower rate than in previous months - with average house prices now standing at £292,921 meaning the average homeowner is sitting on £12,101 more equity than this time last year.

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No sign of post-Brexit slowdown in rental market
No sign of post-Brexit slowdown in rental market

by Press Office

The average rent in England and Wales now stands at £846 per calendar month, the highest figure ever recorded by Your Move.

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Summer mortgage picture remains mixed for borrowers, e.surv data reveals
Summer mortgage picture remains mixed for borrowers, e.surv data reveals

by Press Office

The latest Mortgage Monitor from e.surv, the UK’s largest residential chartered surveyor, found that 65,907 mortgage approvals (seasonally adjusted) were issued to buyers during the month. This is 4.9% lower than the number of approvals made in July 2015.

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