You are here: Home > News > What the papers say

What the papers say

This newsfeed lists housing and mortgage related articles covered in the national, regional and trade press. You do not need to have a Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) license to use this service or to forward the links. If you wish to print or store copies of these articles, your organisation will need to have an NLA license. Please be aware that you are bound by each publisher's terms and conditions. 

Please note - this feed does not contain any Financial Times articles. You will need a Times/Sunday Times/The Sun subscription, or your company's NLA username and password to read any Times/Sunday Times/The Sun articles.

CML - What the papers say Subscribe to this RSS feed

Recent news

8 results

Regions To See Big Home Price Rises In 2015
(19/12 09:03 - Sky News)
Regional areas of the UK are set to see the biggest house price gains next year, according to a new surveyors' forecast. House prices in Humberside, Yorkshire, the West Midlands, the North West...
House prices grow faster in Birmingham than London
(19/12 08:42 - ITV.com)
House prices in Birmingham grew at a faster rate than in London in recent months, according to a property analyst. Hometrack reported a 0.6% rise here in the three months to...
Revealed: The cities that are beating London in the house price inflation stakes
(19/12 07:45 - This is Money)
By Camilla Canocchi for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: View comments House prices in five cities around Britain have grown at a faster rate than the capital's cooling property market in recent...
South West set for small rise in house prices
(19/12 07:36 - ITV.com)
House prices 'could rise 4% in 2015'
(19/12 06:31 - BBC)
House prices in Northern Ireland have been rising but are still more than 40% below what they were at the peak of the property boom in 2007 Northern Ireland house prices could increase by 4% next...
House prices 'to increase by 4%'
(19/12 06:16 - BBC)
House prices in Scotland will increase by 4% next year, a new report predicts. Recent changes to stamp duty legislation are expected to boost the market, according to the Royal Institution of...
House price growth in only three UK cities - and London's not one of them
(19/12 05:14 - Telegraph)
The capital's property market lags behind regional Britain as Scotland outperforms House price growth in London is lagging behind some of Britain’s regional cities, with values falling 20pc in parts of the capital. Often seen as the driving force...
Four jailed in ?5m mortgage fraud
(19/12 04:09 - Introducer Today)
Four fraudsters, including a financial adviser, face jail after being found guilty of a ?5 million mortgage fraud involving more than 35 properties. In an complex financial con they bought, sold...

View archive