Figures released by the Mortgage Advice Bureau suggest that the emergence of the ‘Help To Buy’ loan scheme has resulted in slower growth for new build house prices.
The UK housing market is in recovery, according to the head of the Bank of England, fuelling hopes that developers and building specifiers will see continuing growth.
The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has delivered a damning verdict on the effectiveness of the Green Deal, as the controversial energy-efficiency scheme reaches its first anniversary.
The Nationwide house price index has reported that average UK house prices rose 8.4% in 2013. A strong upswing in December of 1.4% capped a strong year.
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