Monthly Archives: July 2014

PNR042: Doom, Gloom and Gadgets

 

 

On this week’s Property News Radio Rob and Andy are back and looking at house price growth starting to slow, renters spending 40% of their income on housing costs, falling confidence among homebuyers, and out quirky news piece looks at Britons’ obsession with gadgets!

This week’s news

House price growth ‘starts to slow’

According to Land Registry […]

By |July 30th, 2014|Podcast|

PNR041: Not such a Grand Design?

 

On this week’s Property News Radio Rob is back and is joined by Andy from RMP Property. We’re looking at falling UK house prices, not such a Grand Design, first time buyer numbers, and our quirky news piece is about a property up for rent where you need to climb on to a fridge and […]

By |July 23rd, 2014|Podcast|

PNR040: Forest Gazump

By |July 19th, 2014|Podcast|

PNR039: Half a Million Council Houses?

 

On this week’s Property News Radio Rob is back and is joined by Andy from RMP Property. We’re taking a look at councils’ demand for half a million new homes, Taylor Wimpey’s delight at profit margins, some cut price London mansions, and our quirky news piece looks at beach huts that are outperforming the London […]

By |July 10th, 2014|Podcast|

PNR038: Chelsea Pensioners

 

On this week’s Property News Radio Andy is joined by John from RMP Property and taking a look at housebuilding demand lags, research from Savills on the Buy to Let pension pot, UK interest rates, and our quirky news piece takes a look at just how much property is worth in Kensington!

This week’s news

Housebuilding […]

By |July 2nd, 2014|Podcast|