The cost to move house in Britain has risen by nearly a quarter over the last decade, according to new figures.
Research from Lloyds Bank shows that Brits now spend an average of £8,248 on moving from property to property as
A huge rise in salaries for permanent workers over March is the most striking takeaway from the latest Report on Jobs.
Conducted by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG, the study is known for being a key indicator of
New research shows first-time buyers developing a preference for flats rather than houses when conducting a search for their ideal property, reports mortgagesolutions.co.uk.
A survey from LSL Property Services reveals that two-thirds of Brits wanted to make their step on to
UK employers are showing more signs of being able to offer job security to their staff as new figures show a huge rise in permanent placements counterbalancing a drop in temporary roles.
Today sees the release of the February ‘Report on
Permanent and temporary appointments grew strongly last month as the number of job vacancies increased by the fastest rate in over 15 years, according to new research.
The January KPMG/REC ‘Report on Jobs’ provides further evidence that the economic recovery is
Hours after Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the flagship Conservative Help to Buy scheme will be rolled out next week, three months earlier than planned, one property expert has questioned whether this will fuel the right economic boom.
The total number of available jobs in Britain rose at the fastest pace in over six years, boosted by rises in both permanent and temporary billings.
That’s according to the latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and
Research from the Pet Food Manufacturer’s Association shows that in 2012, 48 per cent of UK households had at least one pet. This is the equivalent of 13 million households, many of which will be located in rental properties around
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has announced that UK house prices increased by 2.9 per cent in the 12 months leading up to May of this year. Growth in April was slightly lower, at 2.6 per cent, and through