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  • Tomb raider
    One of the world's most famous tourist attractions is a victim of its own success - the tombs of the Pharoahs in Egypt's Valley of the Kings could all but disappear within the next 150 to 500 years if they continue to attract visitors at the current rate...
    (Filed: Tue Aug 25 2009)
  • Property asking prices decline in August
    Despite pent-up demand for properties in the UK, home sellers lowered their asking prices in August more than at any time in the last eight months, according to the UK’s leading residential property website Rightmove plc.
    (Filed: Fri Aug 21 2009)
  • Property Investors Scoop Up These Caribbean Property Bargains
    With discounts of up to 50% off current list prices on apartments, suites and villas, savvy Caribbean property investors are scooping up these bargains in the "Instant Profit Price Knock Down" from Your Home In The Sun.
    (Filed: Thu Aug 20 2009)
  • Private Sellers Get Professional Property Valuations
    Private property sales website the Little House Company have launched a new property valuation service to allow private sellers to make more accurate judgements about the values of their homes.
    (Filed: Mon Aug 17 2009)
  • Energy certificates need greater promotion
    Many property landlords do not see the need for the energy performance certificates (EPCs) that are required by law for residential tenancies in England and Wales.
    (Filed: Thu Aug 13 2009)
  • 5 ALDERMANBURY SQUARE SHORTLISTED FOR RIBA STIRLING PRIZE
    As building services engineers for 5 Aldermanbury Square, Hilson Moran is delighted that the scheme has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, which will be announced on 17 October 2009 at Old Billingsgate, London.
    (Filed: Fri Aug 07 2009)
  • House prices still far from stabilising
    According to think tank Oxford Economics, UK house prices will fall 12.2% this year and a further 4.6% in 2010, before stabilising with a small increase in 2011. This forecast comes despite several recent surveys showing a small but steady increase in prices over the past three months, and confirms the more cautious view that this increase was more of a temporary bounce than a sustained recovery in the property market.
    (Filed: Fri Aug 07 2009)
  • House prices expected to rise over coming year
    With 58% of property investors expecting house prices to rise over the coming 12 months, confidence once again appears to be returning to bricks and mortar as a secure investment according to property investment company, The Worldwide Property Group.
    (Filed: Thu Jul 30 2009)
  • House prices up for third month
    House prices in the UK have gone up for the third consecutive month, rising 1.3% in July after a 1% rise in June, reported the latest Nationwide Building Society survey. Prices rose 2.6% in the three months through July, the largest increase since February 2007.
    (Filed: Thu Jul 30 2009)
  • Island of dreams
    Owning a private island has got to be one of the ultimate property fantasies – and one person is now living the dream - the island of Little Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde has just been purchased by a private buyer after it went onto the open market for the first time in 40 years…
    (Filed: Thu Jul 30 2009)
  • Winter woes for second homes
    Huge cutbacks in winter flight schedules could wreak havoc with those who own second homes and want to spend time at them during the colder months – budget airline Ryanair has announced drastic cutbacks in the number of flights leaving Stansted – meaning that thousands face being cut off over the winter…
    (Filed: Mon Jul 27 2009)
  • Gloomy forecast for house price recovery
    The recent suggestions of a recovery in the UK housing market are being called a “false dawn” in a new report from the consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), which says that house prices will continue to fall for at least the next 18 months. And once property prices do start to level off, it could be another decade before they return to levels last seen in 2008.
    (Filed: Mon Jul 20 2009)
  • Cleaning up that act
    Anything that means estate agents will be better regulated can’t be a bad thing in my eyes – as I’m still smarting over my recent unpleasant experience with one – so news that all agents in the UK must register with a new anti-money laundering system is being welcomed by many…
    (Filed: Thu Jul 16 2009)
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