Javid takes on the housing mantle
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Intended as the start of a new era for Theresa May's government, the Prime Minister's hopes of reasserting her authority largely fell flat. Despite the fairly negative reaction however, the latest round of cabinet moves represented a positive step for housing.
Buy-to-let considerations
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In an attempt to help first time buyers and boost home ownership, numerous policy changes since 2015 have made it clear that the government is targeting the buy-to-let market and the purchase of second homes.
Strong overseas interest
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The commercial property market in central London has continued to defy expectations of a Brexit downturn and remains an attractive prospect to many buyers.
Growth in a time of cuts
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With everyone's eyes focused on Brexit and its complexities, along with US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, it is easy to overlook the fact that the renewables sector is booming.
Paper trails
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A recent case at the High Court in Glasgow considered property fraud on an extraordinary scale. Perhaps most striking about the case was that it was the longest criminal trial in UK legal history, lasting over 320 days.
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