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Currency Advice Homeownership remains pipe dream for cash-strapped tenants 3/8/2016 Homeownership remains a pipe dream for many cash-strapped tenants in the UK, as renters struggle to afford a deposit for a home. Agents confident Brexit will not impact French property 3/3/2016 There are 112 days until the referendum of the UK's membership of the EU. While some are concerned about the potential impact of a Brexit upon the UK, estate agents in France are confident that interest in French property will continue to flourish, no matter what the vote. First-time buyer income gap hits post-recession high 3/3/2016 British developers enjoy profits as housebuilding climbs 3/2/2016 British developers are enjoying strong profits, as housebuilding activity climbs in the UK. But are they holding back supply? Mortgage demand hits two-year high 3/2/2016 Mortgage demand in England has reached a two-year high, according to new figures from the Bank of England. More than half of letting agents think buy-to-let reforms will push up rents 2/29/2016 More than half of residential letting agents in the UK think that upcoming government reforms to the buy-to-let sector will push up rents. P2P lender completes fastest ever bridging finance deal 2/25/2016 Remortgaging in UK tops £6 billion 2/25/2016 Remortgage in the UK topped £6 billion in January 2016 for the first time in seven years. Homeownership in the UK ends 12-year decline 2/25/2016 Homeownership in the UK has ended a 12-year decline, according to new government figures, with more Brits managing to get their feet on the housing ladder. Deja vu for UK property, as home sales stall? 2/25/2016 The UK property market could be suffering a case of deja vu, as 2016 starts with political uncertainty in the air and a stall in house sales.