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- Sell Home Quick: Britain face a long wait to receive a state pension
A total of 8 million Britons aged less than 52 will have to work longer and can now receive their pension at 67, earlier than thought. This change in the age people can receive a pension was planned to rise between 2034 and 2036, however, Chancellor George Osborne said the increase to 67 would begin in April 2026.
- Sell House Quick: Wages set to shrink 7.4% within the next three years, says IFS
The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has stated that George Osborne's economic plans will introduce a sharp drop in Briton’s wages. The “think tank” said overall household income would sink on an average of 7.4% between 2012-2013.
- Sell Home Fast: Mortgage lending sinks this October
October saw 10% less home loans handed to first-time buyers than in September, lenders have said. Some 44,500 mortgages were given for house purchases in October, 8% less than in September, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said.
- Sell House Fast: Property market shook by economic outlook, says Rics
Surveyors have said that economic uncertainty is dampening housing market activity. This was seen to be more likely as the cause, rather than the worry of mortgage availability, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) stated.
Sell House Quick: Christmas costs family with two children 'at least £182'
Many children will have fewer gifts under the Christmas tree this year. A study has revealed that the lowest price for a comfortable Christmas in a low-income family with two children is £182. Research for the charity Family Action says the poorest families will fork out two-thirds less than the average family at Christmas.
- Sell Home Quick: Winter freeze for UK house prices, says Halifax
The Halifax has predicted prices will freeze just like the weather during winter. Halifax has shown a 0.9% monthly increase in the average property price in November. The lender, now part of the Lloyds Banking Group, said house prices had lost the gains of October. It stated that the average house price was 1% lower than 2010, at £161,731.
- Sell Home Fast: HSBC faces £40m bill for mis-selling to elderly in care
HSBC has been forced to pay £10.5m by the City watchdog for purposefully mis-selling investment bonds to elderly people living in care homes. Unsuitable sales were made to 87% of NHFA customers, making this the largest retail fine in history, say the Financial Services Authority (FSA). HSBC will be fined £29.3m compensation and they have apologised.
- Sell House Fast: Damage to Property During the Winter Months
The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks is advising estate agents and landlords to thoroughly check their properties to ensure tenants are safe from fire and water damage. Property damage risks increase in the winter as tenants heat their homes and put up decorations in and round their property.
Sell House Fast: Youth Training Scheme Set to Cost £1bn
A new work experience and training scheme set up by the Government is a mirror image of the previous launch in 1983, costing the UK £1bn. The familiar scheme is set up to help 400,000 back into work. Britain is facing record highs of unemployment, with hundreds of thousands of 16-24's out of work.
Sell House Quick: First Time Buyers are Few and Far Between
Estate Agents say first time buyers are a rare sight, after UK’s housing market falls to the lowest in 3 years. Sales of first time buyers fell from a 22% share of the market in September 2011 to a 16% share in October 2011.
Sell and Rent Back- Britain’s Employment Rates Fall
A staggering 1.02 million 16-24 year olds are now out of work and the overall unemployment rate in UK has reached 8.3%. Female unemployment in the UK is at its highest in 23 years and people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance has soared to 1.6 million last month.
- Sell House Fast- House Sales on the Decrease
Three thousand less homes have been sold compared to October 2010, says HM Revenue & Customs. In total, house sales for 2011 are 5% less than 2010, caused by the lack of mortgage funds and our economies state.
- Quick-No Change for all UK Earnings
Wage levels were lower than inflation in April 2011, and median average gross earnings per week did not change compared to April 2010, for full-time or part-time workers. Official statistics prove that men and women’s earning gaps narrowed only slightly this year.
Sell House Fast- UK Executive Sky High Wage Damaging our Economy
The High Pay Commission says that the extortionate wages of UK executives will damage the nation’s economy. Their “corrosive” salaries are having a negative impact on our economy and "high pay creating inequalities last seen in the Victorian era".
- Sell House Fast- UK Debt Out of Control
The Prime Minister confirms the Country’s debt problem is not improving and is proving to be a bigger problem than originally thought. At the CBI conference, David Cameron stated that getting the debt crisis under control is going to be harder than anyone realised.
- Sell House Quick - Job Seekers Allowance Rise
Unemployment has risen in almost all parts of the UK. This October the number of people being out of work has risen to over 1.6 million, an increase of 5,300 people out of work and claiming Job Seekers Allowance.
- Sell House Quick - Bankruptcy Costs on the Rise
Bankruptcy fees rose from £75 to £525 this August to try and discourage people with financial issues looking for a solution to their problems.
- Sell Home Quick - House Price Summer Dip
Property prices dropped 0.6% in August from July and 0.4% from a year ago.
- Sell House Fast - Post Graduates Unemployment Rising
There has been a 2.6% increase in long term graduate unemployment, from graduates who left university in 2007, to students who left in 2005.
- Sell House Quick - High Street Retailer Struggles
A recent survey under High Street retailers unveiled that 46% of the retailers have seen their sales fall in August and the current condition of the retail market is under a lot of pressure.
- Sell House Quick - Ten Year Household Squeeze
As taxes escalate, there will be a squeeze on household budgets in the next ten years or so.
- Sell Home Fast - Household Savings Deteriorate
Between the months of July and August almost 40% of homeowners witnessed their finances deteriorate according to a study under 1,500 adults.
- Sell Home Quick - Impossible Mortgage Offers
For many consumers, obtaining mortgages with higher percentage rates is next to impossible, especially at the lower rates advertised.
- Sell House Fast - Social Housing Waiting Lists
Strict lending criteria developed by bank and housing pricing levels have meshed, eliminating new potential buyers from the market.
- Sell Home Fast - Active Pension Savings Halved
Since 1991, the amount of consumers actively saving in corporate pension schemes within the UK's private sector has been halved.
- Sell House Quick - Slow UK Economy
During the months of June, July, and August, the UK economy has decreased it's growth rate by 0.2%, while expanding 0.6% between the months of May, June, and July.
- Sell Home Fast - Student Debts Rise
In 2012, it is quite possible that average debts for UK students will reach an all time high, double the average debt in 2011.
- Sell Home Quick - Consumer Prices Rise
Along with the UK government target inflation rates rising in July, due to the increase of financial service fees and higher prices for clothing.
- Sell House Fast - Public/Private Gap Widens
Average pay gaps between employees in the private sector and those of the public sector have widely increased a great deal.
- Sell Home Quick - Pension Schemes Deteriorated
from the Pension Protection Fund reported the deterioration of UK pension schemes in July 2011.
- Sell Home Fast - UK Economy Fragile
A recent survey questioning 1,800 UK businesses claims the biggest threats to UK companies are due to a weakened domestic demand.
- Sell House Fast - Pessimistic on House Prices
Due to a fall in property values in July, surveyors are "pessimistic" about UK house prices.
- Sell Home Fast - UK Inflation & Growth Risks
According to The International Monetary Fund, unemployment, growth, and risks to inflation are prevalent in the UK.
- Sell House Quick - More Home Repossessions
It is predicted by the CML that 40,000 people will lose their homes this year.
- Sell House Quick - Mortgage Lending Still Subdued
In June, mortgage lending has increased, but the market is still subdued. Last month, total homeowner lending was 12.9bn and rose by 16% from the month of May, but was still down 3% on last years’ June figures.
- Sell House Quick - Rents Still Rising
Increasing demand for properties to rent has caused rents in the private sector to increase to an average of £701 per month throughout England and Wales.
- Sell Home Quick - Sky High Inflation Figures
New data shows that UK Consumer Prices Index inflation remained unchanged in May, holding steady at 4.5%.
- Sell House Fast - More Job Losses Expected
On top of the 7,000 redundancies previously announced, it has now been reported that an additional 5,000 British soldiers will face the loss of jobs by 2015.
- Sell Home Fast - Recession Hits Poorest
A study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the BBC shows that pensioners and the poorest families are among those hit the hardest by the recession.
- Sell Home Quick - Higher Card Charges
More holidaymakers will soon see their holiday budgets shrinking from additional charges on debit card use.
- Sell House Quick - House Prices Wilted in Spring
The Halifax reports that home prices fell in the spring, but that the lender expects prices to stabilise later this year.
- Homebuyers - UK Retail Sales Drop in May
Recent figures have shown that UK retail sales fell 1.4% in May.
- Homebuyers - Social Housing Too Expensive
Social housing costs are proving too expensive, resulting in housing benefit changes currently going through Parliament.
- Sell House Fast - Income Gap Widens
Income gaps have continued to widen over the past 30 years, with many low- and middle- income wage earners seeing only slight – if any – improvement in their overall incomes.
- Homebuyers - House Repossessions to Rise in 2012
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) warns that home repossessions will likely rise again in 2012.
- Sell Home Fast - HMV Struggles with Falling Sales
HMV, the DVD and music retailer, recently sold the Waterstone’s book chain to a fund controlled by Alexander Mamut – a Russian billionaire who owns 6% of HMV.
- Sell Home Fast - High Petrol Prices for UK Holidaymakers
UK holidaymakers are now being warned that petrol prices have gone up since last summer all over Europe.
- Sell Home Fast - Argos Reports Drop in Sales
Argos has reported a big drop in sales for the past three months after it experienced worse-than-expected trading conditions, according to its owner.
- Homebuyers - Thomas Cook Warns of Weak Trading
Thomas Cook, the second biggest travel firm in Europe, announced six-month operating losses widening by £36 million to a total of £166 million, noting also that they expect another £35 million hit in the second half of the year.
- Homebuyers - Debt Management Companies Retain Cash
A BBC investigation has uncovered some unsavoury practices in the debt management industry, including some companies holding the money they receive from clients instead of paying creditors.
- Sell Home Fast - Nokia Job Cuts
Nokia, a major mobile phone service provider, reports that sales and profit margins for this quarter are now expected to be significantly lower than company forecasts.
- Sell House Quick - European Shares Fall
Chairman of the eurozone finance ministers, Jean Claude-Juncker, recently announced that Greece may need further assistance via financial bail-out.
- Homebuyers - UK Manufacturing Growth Growing
A recent survey shows that UK manufacturing growth is slowing, with April growth at the weakest in seven months.
- Homebuyers - Japan's Car Production Plunges
Car production in Japan fell in April with manufacturers forced to slow down or halt production, due to part shortages in the supply chain.
- Sell House Quick - Housing Market Still Lacklustre
The most recent survey put out by the Nationwide building society shows that the housing market in the UK remains subdued.
- Sell House Fast - UK Car Sales Continue to Fall
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reported a drop in new car sales in April, making it the tenth consecutive month to see a fall.
- Sell Home Fast - Public Sector Pay Gap Increases
The centre-right think tank, Policy Exchange, reports that the gap between public and private sector pay is increasing, with public sector employees seeing a rise in wages, while workers in private companies are experiencing significant cuts.
- Sell House Fast - UK Household Incomes Falling to 2004 Levels
A leading economic think tank has warned that UK households may face the biggest drop in income for 30 years.
- Sell Home Fast - Increasing Fuel Costs Mean Losses for Easyjet
Low-cost airline Easyjet has reported that its half-year losses have almost doubled due to higher fuel costs and the tough economic environment.
- Homebuyers - House Prices Still Falling
According to a recent survey from the Land Registry house prices in England and Wales are still falling.
- Sell House Quick - Cash Buyers Drive Housing Market
There has been a huge rise in the number of home buyers paying for their new homes in cash.
- Homebuyers - Tuition Fees Affect Local Economies
Research has found that the economies of university towns and cities could be badly hit from 2012 by the decision to raise student tuition fees as high as £9,000.
- Sell House Fast - Airport Closes
Plymouth City Airport will be closing in December, it has been announced.
- Sell Home Fast - Taxman Targets Tradesmen
The taxman is targeting plumbers and others who work for cash in a new campaign against people not paying tax.
- Homebuyers - OFT Closes Misleading Debt Advisers
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has closed down four companies that misled people in debt.
- Homebuyers - World Bank Close to Crisis
The president of the World Bank has warned that the world is "one shock away from a full-blown crisis".
- Sell House Quick - Mortgage Lending at Very Low Levels
Mortgage lending is still at very low levels, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
- Sell House Fast - Job Centre Staff on 24 Hour Strike
Thousands of Jobcentre staff are set to strike after a dispute about working conditions and management targets.
- Sell Home Fast - High Oil Price Hitting Energy Demand
The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that the price of oil has started to have an effect on energy demand.
- Sell House Quick - UK Retail Sales Suffers Worst Fall
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has recorded its worst fall in sales since records began in 1996, which is a further signal of difficult times on the High Street.
- Sell House Quick - Sluggish Housing Market Continues
The Nationwide building society reported an increase in home prices in March – up 0.5% from the previous month and about 0.1% from the same month last year.
- Sell Home Quick - UK Retailer Sales Fall
As consumers face increased prices for food and fuel, retailers are gearing up for a tough year with sales expected to be lower than usual.
- Homebuyers - Male Depression on the Rise
Psychiatrists have warned that changes in Western society could fuel a rise in the number of men with depression.
- Sell Home Fast - Money Problems Linked to Depression
Recent figures suggest that economic problems may be leading to a rise in depression in England.
- Homebuyers - Honda Halves Swindon Production
Due to a shortage of parts coming from Japan, Honda is to halve production at its factory in Swindon from Monday.
- Sell House Fast - New Car Sales Fallen
According to new figures from industry body SMMT, sales of the new 11-plate cars were down in March in comparison to the same month last year.
- Homebuyers - Record Rise in Stamp Prices
Higher UK postage prices have come into force –with the result that a first-class stamp now costs 46p.
- Sell Home Quick - Poorest Hardest Hit
As usual, it's the people who can afford it the least who are being hardest hit by the recession
- Sell House Fast - UK Borowing Hits New Record
For those who want to sell house fast, good luck: mortgages are getting harder and harder to find as UK borrowing hits a new record.
- Sell Home Fast - Consumer Confidence at All-Time Low
Economists believe that the consumer confidence index is one of the best indicators for the overall health of an economy, and if they're right, the UK is in very big trouble.
- Sell House Quick - Inflation Cuts Savers' Options
Savers are finding it harder than ever to protect their funds from inflation erosion.
- Sell House Fast - Oil Tax Means Job Cuts
The industry has given out a warning that, as a result of a windfall tax on North Sea oil producers announced in the Budget, tens of thousands of jobs in the UK will be cut.
- Sell Home Fast - Royal Mail to Cut 1,700 Jobs
The Royal Mail will be cutting more than 1,700 jobs and close two mail centres in London.
- Sell House Fast - BT Call Charge Increase
Telecoms giant BT has announced that, from 28 April 2011 call charges will increase by 9% and the monthly standard line rental charge will increase by 30 pence.
- Sell House Fast - Online banking Fraud
It seems like online identity theft and online credit card fraud is rising at an alarming rate. Millions of people are being defrauded nearly every day.
- Sell Home Fast -Money Lessons in School
The number of people in the UK facing unemployment and rising bills have convinced MPs that people need a better financial education.
- Sell Home Quick - Price of Petrol Rises to Unprecented Level
All the unrest in Middle East might be good for democracy, but it's bad for the price of petrol.
- Sell House Quick - Northern Rock Reports Significant Losses
British taxpayers hoped that after they nationalised lender Northern Rock, the bank would begin to recover.
- Sell Home Fast - UK Pay Rises at Record Low
According to a survey carried out by Vocalink, private sector pay at UK listed companies has risen at the slowest rate on record.
- Sell House Quick - Housing Market Flat
According to the latest survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), the property market is flat everywhere in the UK except London.
- Sell Home Quick - Price Fall in 2011
According to a report by the Halifax, UK house prices fell by 0.9% this February, compared with last month, cancelling out a rise in January.
- Sell House Quick - Private Firms Wary of Public Sector Workers
In November 2010, the Office for Budget Responsibility reported that they expect 330,000 job losses among public sector workers in the coming four years.
- Sell Home Quick - UK Housing Market Paralysis
Rightmove, an estate agency site that lays claim to advertising 90% or properties listed with local estate agents, has stated that much of the property market in the UK is facing paralysis in 2011.
- Sell Home Fast - UK Unemployment Rising Again
Between October and December 2010, unemployment rose 44,000, to a total of 2.5 million people unemployed
- Sell House Fast - First-Time House Buyers Face 'Big Bill'
A recent statement by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) points out that deposit requirements have risen to the point that first-time home buyers must often save a full year’s salary or more before they can afford to put down a deposit to buy a home.
- Sell House Fast - UK GDP Down
The UK economy shrank by more than previously thought during the last three months of 2010, revised figures show.
- Sell Home Fast - Tuition Fee Forcing Parents to Save More
Research by ING Direct suggests that the prospect of university fees rising to £9,000 a year is prompting parents to save more for their children's education
- Sell House Quick - Taxpayers Subsidise UK Banks
A recent report shows that banks in the UK are receiving tens of billions of pounds through hidden subsidies from customers and taxpayers – in addition to receiving support directly from the state.
- Sell House Quick - House Prices Will Decline in 2011
A research group recently predicted that house prices in the UK will fall by another 1.7% in 2011.
- Sell House Fast - Rising Food and Fuel Costs
The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports that wholesale food costs reached the highest monthly amount ever recorded last month.
- Sell Home Fast - UK Inflation Rate Rises
In January 2011, the UK's Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose by 4%.
- Sell House Quick - Debt Advisors Under Investigation
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) reports an increase of 25% since last spring in regards to complaints against debt management companies.
- Sell Home Quick - Contraction in UK Economy
According to recently released figures, the UK GDP shrank 0.5% in the last three months of 2010, partially due to the significant economic impact of December’s freezing weather.
- Sell House Fast - UK Consumer Confidence Falling
A recent study shows that UK consumers have experienced their largest monthly fall in confidence in 16 years when it comes to their own finances and the economy.
- Sell House Quick - National Insurance Debacle
More than nine million UK residents have been adversely affected by a government failure to credit more than £1 billion in National Insurance contributions.
- Sell Home Quick - Stagnant Mortgage Market
44,000 – that's how many home loans were provided for house purchase in November 2010, and this in a country of nearly 62 million people.
- Sell House Fast - UK Inflation Rising
The economic situation in the UK remains grim. Recent unemployment figures show that joblessness continues to hover around 8%, jumping to 20% for 16 – 24 year-olds.
- Sell House Fast - UK Economy Suffering
When will the global economic crisis ever end? As the US suffers from record unemployment rates and various EU countries continue to struggle with their own fiscal disasters, recent figures in the UK show that the economy actually shrank in the last three months of 2010 by 0.5%.
- Sell Home Fast - Fraud Costs UK Economy £38bn a Year!
Fraud costs the UK economy £38bn a year, with more than half of that suffered by the public sector, according to official estimates.
- Sell House Fast - Rise in Global Food Prices
The United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has reported a new high in global food prices as of December.
- Sell Home Fast - Job Cuts in 2011
Brian Strutton, national officer for GMB, asserts that the speed and size of coming job cuts may reach unprecedented levels.
- Sell Home Quick - Declining Incomes and Pay Freezes
Research conducted by Incomes Data Services (IDS) suggests that a majority of workers in the UK are facing a real possibility of declining incomes in 2011.
- Sell House Fast - House Price Decline
Halifax, a lender in the Lloyds Banking Group, reports that house prices in the UK continue to fall, with December seeing a drop of 1.3% from November prices.
- Sell House Fast - High Income Savings
More than one-fifth of UK households report that they intend to increase their savings or are already saving more.
- Sell House Fast - Interest Rate Will Rise Again
A recent report notes that the Bank of England gave a boost to many UK households when the base rate was cut to 0.5%, a record low.
- Sell Home Quick - Spending Cuts Affects Housing Market
Estate agents responding to a monthly survey conducted by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors cite a lack of first-time buyers and concerns regarding the impact of spending cuts put forth by the government as key components influencing the property market slowdown last month.
- Sell House Quick - Housing Market Stifled
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors conducts a monthly survey to check the health of the residential housing market.
- Sell House Fast - House Price Drop in November
The Nationwide building society reports that housing prices dropped yet again during November, with the average price falling by an additional 0.3% to slightly over £163,398 (just 0.4% higher than the same month last year).
- Sell House Fast - Cold Spell For Small Businesses
The cold snap across much of the UK is affecting more than just the thermostat; business groups are warning that it could be putting hundreds of small businesses in jeopardy.
- Sell Home Quick - Record High Oil Prices
The economic recovery occurring across the globe has caused an increase in demand for oil.
- Sell House Quick - UK Growth Downgraded
The British Chambers of Commerce is forecasting slower than expected economic growth in the coming year, downgrading its September forecast of a 2.2% GDP growth in the UK in 2011 to just 1.9%.
- Sell Home Fast - Property Starting Up Problems
Recent data shows that prospective first-time buyers in some parts of the UK no longer have the ability to take that first step onto the property ladder, due to low wages and the high costs of buying.
- Sell House Fast - Rental Market Pressure
More individuals and families are finding that they cannot qualify for or afford mortgages; however, new developments in the rental market have resulted in growing competition for rental properties.
- Sell Home Quick - Squeezing Household Budgets
Many UK residents are using the money they have in savings to pay off debts or supplement their income as the employment market continues to struggle and consumer price inflation continues to outpace growth in earning averages.
- Sell House Quick - Mortgage Approvals Still Falling
Hometrack, a property website, has stated that homes for sale are spending an average of almost 10 weeks on the market, which is the longest for the past 17 months.
- Sell Home Fast - Subdued Housing Market
One of the largest lenders in the UK, Nationwide Building Society, has put forth the suggestion that housing prices may continue to fall in 2011, after beginning to drop again in the past months.
- Sell House Fast - Rental Market Under Pressure
Data from two recent surveys shows that the rental market is under pressure and that average costs are on the rise.
- Sell Home Quick - Tough Mortgage Lending Ahead
Recent figures show that new mortgages were at a decade low last month at just £12.4bn.
- Sell House Quick - Christmas Debts
A recent survey shows that UK residents plan to cut Christmas spending this year; however, data also shows that billions will still be borrowed in order to pay holiday-related expenses.
- Sell House Fast - Parents Benefit Sanctions
Work and Pensions announced that parents will not be exempt from benefit cuts if refusing a job or job training.
- Sell Home Fast - House Prices fall Again
Official figures released by the government confirm the recent drop in housing prices, with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) monthly index showing a 0.7% drop in prices during the three months leading to September.
- Sell Home Quick - 7% Energy Rise
British Gas has announced that customers will see a 7% increase in electricity and gas bills this winter, making it the second major energy supplier in the UK to announce an increase in prices for this winter.
- Sell House Quick - Weak Borrowing Trend
The month of September saw a continuing weak appetite among consumers when it came to borrowing.
- Sell House Quick - Unemployment and Personal Finances
Recent research conducted by insolvency trade body R3 shows that the state of personal finances is set to become even more precarious as job cuts continue in coming months.
- Sell House Fast - Continues falling House Prices
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reports that housing prices are continuing to drop, due to a shortage of buyers.
- Sell Home Fast - PPI Complaints
In the three months leading up to October, approximately 45% of the Financial Ombudsman Service’s workload dealt with complaints regarding payment protection insurance (PPI), which continues to hold a high ranking on the list of financial disputes, even after sales rules have been tightened.
- Sell Home Fast - Mortgage Lending Too Restricted
The Council of Mortgage Lenders has asked the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to weaken plans for restrictions on mortgage lending, calling the plans “flawed and impractical”.
- Sell Home Fast - VAT Rise Causes Job Losses
Figures released by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) show a much higher number of job cuts as a result of the rising VAT and government spending cuts than previously estimated.
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