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Good news

The number of houses being sold to people in the UK property market could be set to increase over the next year, with the first quarter set to be the springboard for future growth, it has been claimed. 

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Something to work towards

Last year, 47,024 homeowners crossed that £1m+ threshold and now own a home with a property value of more than a £1m.

Whilst the value of the average British home has risen by £2,298 over the last year, the top end of the property market operates seemingly in isolation to the rest of the market. 

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One step closer

Ever wanted to make some fresh-roasted coffee from the comfort of your bed using your smartphone? You might soon be able to. Experts are predicting that this year, mobile computing will be able to adopt cloud infrastructure. The aptly named integrated systems (something of a keyword in the world of home technology), will allow you to use your mobile device to control different appliances around the home – say goodbye to all those confusing manuals, hard to read dials and remote controls! 

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Happy New Year

David and Andy would like to wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR….

2013 will be see Kuboo become the only choice across the country

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Goodbye 2012

2012’s property market had a few surprises in store – the central London market showed some signs of vulnerability and Crimewatch presenter Nick Ross made a staggering £34m profit on a property he owned in Notting Hill for 19 years – but for most, it was largely uneventful. 

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NewBuy New Beginnings

The stated aim of the Government is for 100,000 people to be hiring the removal men by 2015. Barratt Homes, reports it has sold 450 homes this way since March, which represents 10 per cent of its private sales. 

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House over wedding

Big white weddings are taking a back seat to trying to get onto the first rung of the UK property ladder, according to research from Barclays.

It revealed that more than half of the population would choose to put their savings towards buying a home, compared to 12 per cent who would rather spend their money on a lavish ceremony. 

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Zoopla all the way

Figures released this week show that Nielsen, the independent website monitoring firm, is reporting Zoopla Property Group (ZPG) as a single entity for the first time since the merger and the data shows that the gap between ZPG and Rightmove is now a narrow one. 

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Kuboo the way to go for Landlords

The internet is now used for everything from ordering groceries to researching family trees, so it was only a matter of time before someone utilised its capabilities to transform the property market. The rise of the Do-It-Yourself landlord and the entrepreneurial approach to the property ladder in recent years has come largely as a result of the harnessed power of the internet, and with a whole new category of online estate agents on the scene, it is easier than ever for landlords to let and sell their properties. 

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Something for the weekend

Before TOWIE there was Footballers’ Wives – the glossy TV drama that turned the spotlight on the Beautiful Game – albeit a stylised version complete with love-triangles, brassy clothing, fast cars and glamorous Home County homes. 

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