Posted on Thursday, July 22, 2021
Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Rugeley house prices rose by 4.9% last month, according to the Land Registry. This means the annual rate of house price growth in Rugeley has increased to 16.3%. Looking at the national figures, many people were concerned the UK property market was overheating as spring saw annual growth of 9.9%, the highest rate of house price growth documented since June 2007 (when national house prices were rising by 10.8% pa). It was only a matter of a few months later the Credit Crunch hit, and the value of the average UK home plummeted from £190,032 to £154,452 in 18 months, a drop of 18.7%. Government economic measures such as the Furlough Scheme and the Stamp Duty Holiday have so far shielded the Rugeley property market from the worst economic recession since 1709.
Posted on Thursday, June 10, 2021
New gov’t rules will mean draughty low eco-friendly Rugeley homes will drop in value because of some potential new legislation and will punish building societies & banks on the average eco-friendliness of the properties they lend money on.
Posted on Wednesday, May 26, 2021
29.1% of Rugeley Landlords Could be Fined £5,000 each with New Energy Regs … whilst possible new mortgage rules for Rugeley homeowners would make it harder to sell their draughty old properties
Posted on Thursday, May 13, 2021
All the signs are that the housing market is sat on gd foundations, yet one key hazard could still scupper the market Read this article if you are a buy-to-let landlord or a Rugeley homeowner so you can prepare and not lose out ”
Posted on Tuesday, April 27, 2021
As 1 in 4 Rugeley homes are selling within a fortnight of coming to market.