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New Commercial Property in Stoke-on-Trent

Posted on February 3, 2011 6:00 pm by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The £180 million plans to build a new Business District in Stoke-on-Trent have been submitted to the council, even though they have no tenants. The plans were submitted just before Christmas, but fear not as the public will be able to have their say in a public meeting which is to be help soon with the developers. The scheme will be... Read More

Property to rent in London ‘still needs as mortgages remain restricted’

Posted on February 3, 2011 1:36 pm by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Property available to rent in London, particularly in the prestigious boroughs like Kensington could keep in demand by Britons who are not able to afford a mortgage for home in the area. As per, the price of the inflation and VAT rise influences people who rent is more than those owning a house. Increasing cost of living... Read More

Moving to property to rent in Enfield made easier

Posted on 3 February, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

It has become easier to rent moving property in the London Borough of Enfield by the local council.  As stated by the Enfield council, every year around 20000 people move to the borough. These people enjoy access to available amenities that offer them with good information about their neighbourhood.  The residents' page on the council... Read More

Movehut off to a cracking start for 2011

Posted on 2 February, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Firstly I would like to thank all the companies that have come on board with ourselves at Since going live at the start of January 2011 the response has been amazing from all who we have spoken to. This ranges from the oldest independent estate agent in London, Field and Sons (commercial dept) through to the Eco Innovation... Read More

South-West London streets named most expensive

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Industry News

When you are investing money in buying a house then it is essential that you know the price range of that area where you want to make an investment. If you have a good budget then some of the expensive streets where you can invest you money are: 7 Most Expensive Streets in Wales and England Parkside, Merton: This area is just a small... Read More

Watch out for the trend of rental properties in UK

Posted on February 2, 2011 8:35 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The popularity of rental property is on the increase in UK accounting for the attraction of people to rent property in London. Association of Residential Letting Agents carried out a poll in which it was discovered that 71% of the landlords have seen an increasing in the renting trend over the last 12 months. A similar survey was... Read More

Flats to rent in Sutton: Youth employment defies UK trend

Posted on February 1, 2011 1:34 pm by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Sutton seems to buck up the rising fashion of youth unemployment in UK encouraging more job hunters to think of moving from flats to boroughs to rent in Sutton. As per the local council, the unemployment rate of the borough’s population under 25 years dropped by 4 % over the period of September to December 2010, with fewer 18-24 years... Read More

Expensive properties ‘are still being sold’

Posted on February 1, 2011 8:34 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Looking at the trend of economy of UK, most of you will be amazed to know that the expensive properties are still in strong demand for sale. It is because the wealthy buyers of the country are very particular about choosing their property location, according to the property experts. Nick Pejacsevich saw that the property buyers in the top... Read More

London Property to Rent: Smaller London properties are in demand

Posted on January 31, 2011 1:05 pm by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Competition for reasonably priced houses in London is pushing the renters to look out for smaller properties, as per the research conducted The study by Cluttons showed, “One-bedroom houses are becoming increasingly popular as people cut out the notion of an extra room and look for ways to save money”. This can be great news for the... Read More

London rents ‘fall in December’

Posted on January 31, 2011 8:32 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The rental rates in London dropped by a significant quantity at the end of year 2010, according to the new research, which might provide a strong reason to look out for flats to rent in London. According to the survey conducted by LSL Property Service survey cited by the British Property Federation, rental rates in London city fell by an... Read More

London & Stamford cautious on UK property values

Posted on January 28, 2011 10:03 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

London & Stamford Property will carry on to look out deals with total returns and striking equity for its 1 billion pounds container for investments, but stays cautious of asset prices. Chief Executive Patrick Vaughan  said, "London & Stamford keep focussing on recognizing the opportunities in investment that offer us with... Read More

Property to rent in Richmond-upon-Thames: Exciting plans in Hampton North

Posted on January 28, 2011 10:02 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

People can now see an extra reason to consider property to rent in the London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, after an "exciting new prospect" is announced by the council announced in the area. Richmond Council disclosed that Hampton North will now be the borough's first 'uplift zone', implying that it will be provided with the resources... Read More

Fixed or capped rate mortgages for property investment on the increase

Posted on January 27, 2011 8:01 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

According to the Head of Knight Frank Finance, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has decided to preserve the base rate of 0.5 percent and the loan takers are beginning to turn to capped or fixed rate mortgages as increases edge closer. The Head of Knight Frank Finance said, This decision of keeping the base rate... Read More

Landlords with empty properties in for a shock

Posted on 26 January, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is worried that small companies that have vacant properties may have to pay thousands additional in business rates with modifications to the exclusion from paying vacant property prices that may come into force from April this year. The exemption was introduces in year 2009, implying that businesses... Read More

House prices enjoy unexpected December lift to end 2010 ‘flat’

Posted on 25 January, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

According to a leading index, House prices unpredictably rose in December  last year for the first time in seven months, leaving them almost unaffected round the year as a whole and dampening fears for a remarkable crash. Mortgage lender Nationwide reported  that the average price of the property rose 0.4 % month after month to... Read More

Commercial property in London ‘goes green’

Posted on by MOVEHUT under Industry News

London’s Facilities management teams could witness a rise in demands for greener programmes as businesses opt for energy efficiency. As per the  Land Securities, the organization wishes to provide the most sustainable design and construction solutions across its commercial property portfolio. Over the last 7 years, ground... Read More

Central London commercial property ‘strong for Land Securities’

Posted on January 24, 2011 2:51 pm by MOVEHUT under Industry News

London offices performed good over the 3rd quarter of year 2010 for Land Securities. As per the firm, the investments of commercial property in the capital give favourable returns and, it has sustained to push forward with soaring levels of activity. London’s recent commercial property investments include the office refurbishment of 110... Read More

Commercial Property Sales near £10bn in 2010

Posted on 24 January, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The commercial sector of London experienced unbelievable investment during 2010. Around £9.97 billion worth of transactions were made by the year end for commercial property, including the £495m purchase of Lehman Brothers’ former company at Canary Wharf. This is a 50 percent raise on the number of commercial property deals in UK that... Read More

UK Property Chief sees Opportunities in the ‘Economic Mayhem’ of 2011

Posted on 21 January, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Robert Ware, CEO of Convgar Investment Company predicted at the annual general meeting of the company last week about the difficulties in 2011 for the country as the banking issues comes to a head and economy unwinds. With total facilities and cash instead of £110m Robert argues that his company was well placed in such an atmosphere. He... Read More

Serviced offices to Rent in Stoke-on-Trent

Posted on 20 January, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Industry News

Having an office creates your physical presence. Having an office in a place located in the center of the city or in a location which is much exposed to a large number of people would help in attracting more customers. Increased number of customers would result in increased number of sales and better revenues every year. It is very... Read More

Overseas buyers boost London’s commercial property market

Posted on January 20, 2011 9:20 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

This is the second consecutive year in which London’s commercial property market has likely draw maximum cash from the rising rental income as far afield as Qatar, Hong Kong and Canada. Sales of the property existing in London summed to $13.9 billion in the initial 9 months, greater than any other city, as state by Real Capital Analytics... Read More

SA investors benefit from UK commercial property

Posted on January 19, 2011 8:12 am by MOVEHUT under Industry News

The commercial property in UK is now a more feasible investment option because of the new exchange control allowance of R4m every year for the South Africans as per the Broll Investment. It is the right time for the South African people to make investment in the direct commercial property of UK specifically because of the lowering value of... Read More